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Standley Lake Regional Park Boating

Standley Lake offers paddle craft rentals, seasonal boating permits and daily paddle passes. However all trailered boats are required to have a boating permit in order to access the lake. Paddle craft can access the lake on a daily basis with a daily paddle pass. Standley Lake is open for boating May 1 through September 30 from 7:30a.m. to sunset.

Standley Lake does not allow any type of watercraft including paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, inflatable rafts, or tubes to enter into the lake at any entrance point except the main park entrance located at 100th & Simms. Any and all watercraft must be sprayed in accordance with Aquatic Nuisance Species regulations prior to launching. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in an automatic citation and a summons to court.

All boats must meet ANS program guidelines before gaining access to the lake.

Paddle Craft Rentals - Standley Lake offers hourly rentals on paddle boards, kayaks, double kayaks, row boats, HydroBikes and canoes. We have approximately 250 surface acres designated for non-motorized vessels only, although the entire lake is accessible.

Hourly rentals are available starting at 9 a.m. daily, May 1 – Sept. 30. Rentals must be checked out no later than 5:00 p.m.. All paddle craft must be removed from the water by sunset, daily. All participants must adhere to the paddle craft rules and regulations.

Canoe (hourly) - $10

Kayak (1 person - hourly) - $11

Kayak (2 person - hourly) - $15

Stand-up paddle board (hourly) - $15

Row Boat (hourly) - $15

HydroBikes (hourly) - $15


Daily Paddle Pass - $15 (plus $5 for each additional paddle craft) - Single-day park entry and use for one (1) paddle board, canoe, kayak, and inflatable rafts only. All paddle craft must enter at the main entrance to the park and will be sprayed in accordance with ANS protocols. If paddle craft is brought in on a trailer, then the 35 day quarantine will be required per ANS (aquatic nuisance species) protocols. Available May 1 - Sept. 30.

Boating (Engines over 20 Horsepower) - Full-Season Resident Power Boat Permit ($950) - Allows 7-day-a-week entry and boating for one (1) power boat, summer boat storage and camping, May 1 through Sept. 30. Allows off-season access into park Oct. 1 through Dec. 31 for picnicking and shore fishing. Non-residents are subject to an additional $100 charge for this permit. To purchase this permit, register online and download the required power boat application packet.

Boating (Engines 20 Horsepower and Under)
Fishing Boat Permit ($300) - Allows 7-day-a-week entry and boating for one (1) trailered fishing boat, May 1 through Sept. 30. Storage and camping are not included. Also allows off-season access into park Oct. 1 through Dec. 31 for picnicking and shore fishing. Power boats with inboard motors or outboard motors that can be used to tow skiers or tubes are not eligible for this type of permit.

Sail Boat or Paddle Craft with a motor ($300) - Allows 7-day-a-week entry and boating for two (2)paddle craft with a motor (1-20hp) or one (1) trailered sail boat with a motor, May 1 through Sept. 30. Storage and camping are not included. Also allows off-season access into park Oct. 1 through Dec. 31.

Boating (No Motors)
Sail Boat ($250) - Allows 7-day-a-week entry and boating for one (1) sail boat (no motor), May 1 through Sept. 30. Storage and camping are not included. Also allows off-season access into park Oct. 1 through Dec. 31.

Paddle Craft ($200) - Allows 7-day-a-week entry and boating for two (2) paddle craft (no motor), May 1 through Sept. 30. Storage and camping are not included. Also allows off-season access into park Oct. 1 through Dec. 31.
Please call 303-425-1097 with any questions or email standleylake@cityofwestminster.us.  

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