Steamboat Lake & Pearl Lake

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C O L O R A D O PA R K S & W I L D L I F E Friendly Reminders Friendly Reminders Steamboat Lake and Pearl Lake State Parks are maintained for your use and enjoyment. In the interest of safety and preservation of the park, we ask that: Steamboat Lake & Pearl Lake State Parks ENJOY YOUR STATE PARKS 1. Pets be kept on a leash and under control at all times. 2. Quiet hours are enforced from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. for the comfort of all campers. 4. Do not remove or deface any trees, shrubs or other vegetation. 5. Please drink responsibly, only 3.2% alcohol is permitted. ©CPW/VIC SCHENDEL 3. Place trash in receptacles provided. First Aid Steamboat Lake & Pearl Lake State Parks cpw.state.co.us CPW_RMSB_3/17 Pearl Lake State Park, located at the base of Farwell Mountain, offers peace and quiet in a lush forest setting. Visitors camp along the lake and up a gentle hill. Visitors experience pristine views from the Watchable Wildlife Viewing deck. A stroll along the Pearl Lake trail provides a true escape from the day-today routine. For those looking for a peaceful winter get-away, the Pearl Lake yurts offer a back-country experience while being only ½ mile off the beaten path. Passes & Permits Fishing Picnicking PO Box 750 • Clark, CO 80428 Phone: (970) 879-3922 • Fax: (970) 879-8258 E-mail: steamboat.lake@state.co.us cpw.state.co.us Camping Information Sunrise Vista, Dutch Hill and Pearl Lake campgrounds have a combined total of 224 campsites. Reservations are strongly recommended. Steamboat Lake offers both non-electric and electric campsites. Pearl Lake offers only non-electric campsites. Vault toilets and water hydrants are dispersed throughout the campgrounds. Camping is allowed only in designated sites with one camping unit per site. Campers must have a camping permit and a vehicle pass. Campfires are only allowed in provided fire rings. Please extinguish fires completely before leaving your site. Check in/check out time is noon. The camper services building is in the Dutch Hill Campground and offers coin operated showers, flush toilets and laundry facilities. The dump station is also located in the Dutch Hill Campground. In addition to camping, Steamboat Lake has ten camper cabins and Pearl Lake has two yurts available for reservation. For campground and/or yurt reservations, call (303) 470-1144 in the Denver metro area or 1-800-678-CAMP (2267) outside the metro area, or online at www.cpw.state.co.us. For camper cabin reservations, call the Marina at (970) 879-7019 or www.steamboatlakemarina.com. All vehicles entering Steamboat Lake and Pearl Lake State Parks are required to display a current Colorado State Parks pass on their vehicle windshield. Both daily and annual passes are available and may be purchased at the Visitor Center and self-service dispensers. The Aspen Leaf annual pass is available to Colorado seniors 64 and older at a discounted rate. In case of an emergency dial 911. First aid treatment can be provided by all park rangers and at the Visitor Center. Funded in part by Great Outdoors Colorado through Colorado Lottery proceeds. L ocated in northwestern Colorado at the base of historic Hahn’s Peak, Steamboat Lake State Park offers year around recreational opportunities. Spring ice-off on the 1,055-acre lake creates memorable experiences for anglers. Summer enthusiasts enjoy pristine campsites and hiking trails surrounded by massive meadows of blooming wildflowers. Water sports are supported by a full-service marina. Fall comes alive at the end of September when the aspen turn brilliant shades of red and gold. With over 300 inches of snowfall, the park offers recreationists the opportunity to immerse themselves in snowmobiling, snowshoeing and crosscountry skiing on the groomed trails. Steamboat Springs is a short 26-mile drive from the park for visitors looking for that unique mountain town experience. Both Steamboat and Pearl lakes offer excellent fishing opportunities. The coves of Steamboat Lake are well known for their sizable rainbow trout. Special regulations exist at Pearl Lake which include flies and lures only and a limit of two trout 18" or greater. Wildlife Several picnic sites are located throughout both parks, each complete with a grill and picnic table. Sandhill cranes, waterfowl, elk, deer, bear, coyote, fox, beaver, chipmunks and other small mammals make their home in the area. Boating & Water Recreation Winter Recreation Boaters at both lakes are subject to current Colorado Boating Statutes and Regulations. Steamboat Lake is the setting for water sports of all kinds including sailing and water-skiing. Pearl Lake is restricted to wakeless boating operation only. Ice fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are among the most popular winter activities. The Steamboat Lake Touring Center offers 15K of groomed trails. Twelve electrical campsites in the Marina parking lot are available for winter camping. Steamboat Lake & Pearl Lake State Parks LOCATION MAP LEGEND Visit the Steamboat Lake Marina for • Pontoon Boat Rentals • Kayak, Canoe, Paddleboat, Fishing Boat Rentals • Camper Cabins Year ‘round CAMPER SERVICES Swim Beach • Slip Rentals • Fishing & Camping Supplies • Groceries • Deli • Fresh Fudge! 970-879-7019 www.steamboatlakemarina.com

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