Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Welcome to the Boyd Lake State Park Department! Boyd Lake State Park is a water-sports haven for northern Colorado. The park attracts visitors who enjoy boating, camping, water-skiing, swimming, fishing, paddle sports, picnicking, bicycling, walking, hunting and wildlife viewing. The lake lies along the Front Range with impressive views of Long’s Peak. Boyd Lake covers nearly 1,700 surface-acres when full. The
reservoir provides drinking water for the city of Greeley and irrigation water for Colorado farms.

All types of watercraft: ski boats, fishing boats, jet skis, sailboats, canoes, use Boyd Lake's 1,700 surface-acres of water. Boyd Lake also has a sandy beach and a pavilion for swimmers. Boyd Lake State Park also has a modern campground with 148 paved pull-through sites that can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet in length. View an aerial view of the Cottonwood Campground. You can zoom in & out on the document.

Pets are allowed on Boyd Lake State Park but must be kept on 6 foot leash at all times.

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