Standley Lake Regional Park Camping
Daily Camping - $19
Single-night camping in designated sites available May 1 - Sept. 29.
Standley Lake Regional Park is divided into two campgrounds, with horseshoe pits and a volleyball court. The main campground accommodates campers, trailers and tents, with several sites along the waterside. The park offers two permanent restroom facilities with outdoor showers and drinking water as well as a four-lane boat ramp located near the main campground. All campsites have fire pits and picnic tables.
Camping is available May 1 through Sept. 29 on a first-come, first-serve basis except for holiday weekends, which are only available to season permit holders. Reservations are not accepted. There are no hookups and no dump station available. Pets are welcome, but they are not permitted in the water at any time and must remain on a leash. Please camp only in designated sites and display your camping pass in your campsite.
In order to provide a fair and pleasant camping experience to all who camp at Standley Lake, all guests are required to follow and abide by these camping rules:
Standley Lake Regional Park is a NO ALCOHOL park.
The main gates to the park are closed at 10 p.m. If you know you will be coming in after this time, you must contact the gate house staff before to 10 p.m. at 303-425-1097 so they can inform night security.
No passes will be sold after 8 p.m. No Exceptions.
All camping units must be occupied in order to stay in the park overnight.
14 Day Rule - Camping units may stay for up to 14 consecutive days as long as the camping unit is occupied. After 14 consecutive days, camping units must be removed from park for a 24-hour period. A camping site may only be occupied for 14 cumulative days in a 30-day period. Camping units must be removed from park by 1 p.m. of “Date Out” date listed on camping pass.
Only one (1) camping unit is allowed per campsite. Only one (1) guest vehicle is allowed per site. Additional vehicles must be parked in over-flow parking areas.
Check out time is 1 p.m. on your departure date.
Campers are responsible for removing all belongings (firewood, carpets, grills, chairs, etc) from the campsite when vacating site. Any belongings left will be taken by Park Staff and the camper will be cited for Littering (WMC 13-1-3(N)).
Glass bottles are strictly prohibited.
Persons under the age of 18 years must vacate the park by 10 p.m. during the summer season unless they are accompanied and supervised by a person older than 18 years of age.
Camping units MUST remain on campsite pads at all times. Sites are marked with boundary rocks and/or wooden boards. Do not move or rearrange these boundary markers. Any camping units parked outside these boundaries will be required to move.
Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. All generators, music, radios, or any other loud noises are not permitted during these hours. If you have a medical condition that requires you to run the generator during quiet times, ranger staff must be notified and you may be asked to move to a more remote site.
Fires must be attended at all times and must have a 5-gallon container of water or a fire extinguisher in the immediate proximity. Fires must be completely extinguished after use.
View a listing of all of Standley Lake's Rules and Regulations.