Mancos State Park and Jackson Gulch Reservoir open to the public

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Mancos State Park and Jackson Gulch Reservoir open to the public

Families take to Jackson Gulch shore for day of fishing
Jake Michal sits with his son Cole while holding a fishing pole at the Jackson Gulch Reservoir on Monday, the first day that the Mancos State Park and the reservoir fully reopened to public access.
Rylee Sanchez, 5, shows off her catch on the first day that the Jackson Gulch Reservoir shoreline reopened to public use.
The Jackson Gulch Reservoir sits right in the middle of the Mancos State Park.
Rylee Sanchez and her father, Matt, on Monday morning.
Signs like this one restricted public access to the Jackson Gulch Reservoir and the surrounding area until Monday, when the park fully reopened.
Signs like this one restricted public access to the Jackson Gulch Reservoir and the surrounding area until Monday, when the park fully reopened.

Mancos State Park and Jackson Gulch Reservoir open to the public

Jake Michal sits with his son Cole while holding a fishing pole at the Jackson Gulch Reservoir on Monday, the first day that the Mancos State Park and the reservoir fully reopened to public access.
Rylee Sanchez, 5, shows off her catch on the first day that the Jackson Gulch Reservoir shoreline reopened to public use.
The Jackson Gulch Reservoir sits right in the middle of the Mancos State Park.
Rylee Sanchez and her father, Matt, on Monday morning.
Signs like this one restricted public access to the Jackson Gulch Reservoir and the surrounding area until Monday, when the park fully reopened.
Signs like this one restricted public access to the Jackson Gulch Reservoir and the surrounding area until Monday, when the park fully reopened.
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