Harvey Gap State Park is a scenic 190 acre lake perfect for fishing, canoeing, swimming and paddle boarding. Motorized boats are allowed with a 20 HP maximum and there is a boat ramp on the south side of the lake. Anglers catch catfish, largemouth and smallmouth bass, perch, crappie, rainbow trout and northern pike out of Harvey Gap. There are also 30 picnic sites with tables and grills. There are no campsites, but visitors may camp nearby at Rifle Gap State Park. To reach Harvey Gap State Park from I-70 take the Silt Exit and travel 0.1 miles east on Main. Turn north on 7th. 7th will become CR 214 (peach valley) Travel 1.2 miles. Turn west on CR233 (Silt Mesa) Travel 1.1 miles. Turn north on CR 237 (Harvey Gap Rd) 3.3 miles To Park Entrance.