Standley Lake Regional Park Boating
Besides serving as a water storage facility, Standley Lake offers boating and fishing. However all boaters are required to have a boating permit in order to access the lake.
For boats with more than 20 horsepower motors, a limited number of season permits are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Permits for boats with 20 horsepower or under motors and non-motorized boats are sold for both the season and on a daily basis. Rafts must be multi-chambered.
Canoeing, paddleboarding, windsurfing and sailing are some of the other activities enjoyed with a daily boat permit. Sailboards, kayaks and canoes are allowed two vessels per permit.
Standley Lake does not allow any type of watercraft including paddleboards, 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 ANS regulations prior to launching. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in an automatic citation and a summons to court. Please call the Standley Lake Visitor's Center for more information at (303) 425-1097.
The lake is open for boating May 1 to September 30 from 7:30 a.m. to sunset. A four-lane boat ramp, near the main campground, allows for convenient boat launches.
All boats must meet ANS program guidelines before gaining access to the lake.
Any vessel on the lake requires a boat permit and must abide by all Colorado state boating rules and regulations. Boats must be registered with the Colorado Boating Safety Program, operated by Colorado State Parks.
For information on registering your boat, please visit the Colorado State Parks Boating webpage. After that, you can renew online.
Please call 303-425-1097 with any questions or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.