Standley Lake Regional Park Facilities
Standley Lake offers two comfort stations that include restrooms, drinking fountains, and outside rinsing showers. These facilities are located on the north side of the park, one at the boat trailer parking lot, and the other in Coyote Gulch campground. The comfort stations are closed during the winter months (Oct-Apr).
For convenience, there are portable toilets positioned in other areas throughout the park, these are maintained by a contracted company.
There is a fish-cleaning station near the comfort station at the boat trailer parking lot. This facility also is closed during the winter.
Standley Lake's campgrounds are the only area where daily overnight camping is permitted. This area has 83 designated campsites with picnic tables and fire pits.
Standley Lake also has day-use areas for boaters and picnickers. A four-lane boat ramp, located near the campground, allows for convenient boat launches.
There are several horseshoe pits and a volleyball court located in the park.
Standley Lake's Nature Center is a great place to see some of the history and examples of wildlife of the park.
Standley Lake also has a diverse trail system for running, riding, or hiking. From the Nature Center, you can take these trails to a small amphitheater, our eagle viewing blind, or hop on the Big Dry Creek Trail. There are two parking lots for walk-in access to Standley Lake. One is located at 100th Avenue and Owens Street, and the other at 86th Parkway and Simms Street.