Description: Rampart Reservoir is a reservoir northwest of the city of Colorado Springs, Colorado in the Pike National Forest. The reservoir is located on a granite plateau approximately 9,000 feet  above sea level.  This water supplies the domestic drinking water for the city of Colorado Springs. The reservoir has been stocked with fish by the Colorado Division of Wildlife The area today is a popular recreation area for boaters, fishermen, mountain bikers, and hikers.

 Photos: You can also view great photos of Rampart Reservoir at https://www.flickr.com/search/?text=rampart%20reservoir

Video: View a video of Rampart Reservoir at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6efD1w553pM

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The Rampart Reservoir Trail is on POCKET PALS Trail Map #11 in the Pikes Peak Region Series. The other trails on this trail map are: Backdoor, Eagles Peak, Falcon, Kenyon Loop, Rainbow Gulch, Schubarth, Stanley Canyon, Stanley Rim, Trail 709, Trail 721, Trail 775 and West Monument Creek.

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