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Boat Ramp Reopens at Colorado City State Park, Encouraging News for Boat Storage Operators

After low-water levels were announced in May, and a closure that was expected to last through the season, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Southeast Region reported that the West Boat Ramp at John Martin Reservoir State Park near Lamar, Colo., has reopened.

“The reservoir has received over 20,000 storage acre-feet. Since June 14, water levels jumped from 29,784 acre-feet up to 49,4851 storage acre-feet,” wrote CPW SE Region on Thursday morning, June 22.

The parks representative reminded everyone to always wear life jackets when participating in water sports.

The reopening of the reservoir boat ramp sends a clear signal to boaters that water levels can always bounce back from drought levels. This past winter season delivered abundant snow, which is an important source of water when it begins to melt.

Colorado is just one of many states in the West that endured savage winter storms. Areas that received a bittersweet dose of snowstorms have experienced reversals to multi-year-long droughts that dramatically lowered water levels. Restoration of water will likely attract increasing numbers of water-sport enthusiasts to visit lakes throughout the region.

Over the past few years, especially during COVID-19, droves of people turned to spending more time in the full glory of nature. Thus, rising water levels enhance the opportunities for those looking to get away from life’s stressors. In turn, the purchases of boats and RVs continues to rise, ensuring a greater need for RV and boat storage facilities to store them.

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