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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Koenig and Oklahoma Reservoirs - Weld County
Aliases: Oklahoma Reservoir
Ownership: None Listed
Description: Koenig is a small, easy-to-scan, grassy-shored lake with a little bit of marsh. Oklahoma is medium-sized, bordered by thin marshes and a few cottonwoods, with good potential for waterfowl including diving ducks.

Habitat: Pond/Lake/Reservoir, Marsh
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Directions: Both these reservoirs are reached by taking US-34 west from I-25 (exit 257) for 2.5 miles to CR 13. To get to Koenig Reservoir, turn right (south) onto CR 13 and go 1 mile to CR 56. Going east (left) on CR 56, the reservoir is on the left in about 3/4 of a mile. To reach Oklahoma Reservoir, go north on CR 13 for just over 2 miles. The reservoir is on the right just north of CR 60.
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