Comanche Reservoir facts for kids
This page is about the body of water in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado. For the body of water by Sacramento, California, see Camanche Reservoir .
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Panoramic photo of Comanche Reservoir in July 2005.
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|Coordinates||40°35′N 105°39′W / 40.583°N 105.650°W|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface elevation||9,399 feet (2,865 m)|
Comanche Reservoir is a large reservoir in the Comanche Peak Wilderness in the Roosevelt National Forest within Colorado, United States. It lies on several hiking trails and is close to the Pingree Park wilderness campus of Colorado State University.
This body of water is not to be confused with Comanche Lake, which is shortly to the reservoir's west.
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