MORROW POINT RESERVOIR

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Morrow Point Reservoir is located in southwestern Colorado and was completed in 1968. The reservoir is fed by several streams, including the Gunnison River, and is part of a larger hydroelectric power generation system. The reservoir has a maximum depth of 400 feet and a surface area of over 1,800 acres.

The hydrology of the reservoir is heavily influenced by snowpack in the surrounding mountains, with the runoff providing much of the water for the reservoir. Agriculture is an important user of the water from Morrow Point Reservoir, with irrigation systems drawing from the reservoir to water crops in the surrounding valleys.

Recreational uses of the reservoir also abound, with fishing, boating, and camping being popular activities. The area around the reservoir is also home to several hiking trails and other outdoor recreational opportunities. Overall, Morrow Point Reservoir plays an important role in providing water for agriculture and power generation in the region, while also offering a variety of recreational opportunities for visitors.

June 22, 2024

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Humidity

Storage 24hr Change -0.02%
Percent of Normal 99%
Minimum 76,595.672 acre-ft
1973-10-31
Maximum 120,132.031 acre-ft
1977-03-22
Average 112,841 acre-ft
Nid_Height 468
Hydraulic_Height 400
Primary_Dam_Type Concrete
Drainage_Area 3675
Year_Completed 1968
Dam_Height 400
River_Or_Stream GUNNISON RIVER
Structural_Height 468
Foundations Rock
Surface_Area 838
Outlet_Gates Slide (sluice gate), Vertical Lift
Nid_Storage 121320
Dam_Length 724
Hazard_Potential High

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