The Dolores River is a tributary to the Colorado River. Its headwaters are high in the San Juan Mountains; it flows west then north joining the Colorado River at Dewey Bridge in Utah, near Moab. The Dolores is unique as a US river that flows north. Day trips boating on the river can be fun upstream of Town—including the legendary Stampede Hole for kayaking, and the Lower Dolores has one of the few multi-day raft trips available without permit requirements. Flows below Town on the Lower Dolores are controlled by McPhee Dam. McPhee Reservoir is the main source of water for municipal uses and irrigation in the region
There are great opportunities for rafting, kayaking, fishing and tubing (late season).
The best boating occurs during the spring runoff with fishing and more liesure activity taking place during summer and fall months.
Feesnone - see the following link for more boating information: http://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/sjplc/recreation/sjdolores.html
ADA Accessibility Notes
ADA fishing accessibility in Riverside Park in the Town of Dolores
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets allowed but be aware of jurisdictional restrictions for leases in the Town of Dolores