Deaver Reservoir

Park - Wyoming


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Deaver Reservoir is a 150 acre lake located in Park county. There are boats allowed on Deaver Reservoir, but they have to have motors smaller than 15 horsepower. The reservoir offers fair fishing for rainbow, cutthroat, and walleyes.

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