Steamboat Lake State Park  

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official Colorado
State Parks website.

 

 


Wildlife abounds at Steamboat Lake!

Steamboat Lake State Park is a 2,557 acre park containing 1,053 surface-acre Steamboat Lake Three campgrounds provide 183 sites for visitors. This is a park for all seasons, but it's high elevation make weather unpredictable.

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There are three boat ramps on the lake and a full-service marina. The marina provides boat, slip and wet and dry suit rentals along with camping and fishing accessories. Placer Cove is a day-use area on the eastern shore of the lake that has an interpretive trail, boat ramp and lake access.

Most of the recreation opportunities in the park revolve around Steamboat Lake. Fishing is excellent for trout. Boaters can enjoy water skiing and sailing. (A full wet or dry suit is recommended for water-contact sports due to the cold temperature of the water.) Swimming and jet skiing are also popular at the park. Visitors will enjoy camping, picnicking, hiking, hunting, ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing within the park boundaries.

To get there from Steamboat Springs go west two miles on U.S. 40 to County Road 129. Turn north and drive 26 miles.

To Contact the Park Write or Call:
Steamboat Lake State Park
P.O. Box 750
Clark, CO 80428
(970) 879-3922

  
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