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​​If you're looking for first-class camping, check out Boyd Lake! Boyd Lake State Park has a modern campground with 148 paved pull-through sites that can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet in length.

Campsite Picture for BoydThe sites are located on a grassy knoll dotted with trees near the lake. The easily accessible sites can accommodate tents, pick-up campers, trailers and motor homes. All sites have 20, 30 and 50 amp electric hookups. Each site has a picnic table and grill. Three restrooms with showers, playground equipment and horseshoe pits are scattered throughout the campground.

General Guidelines:

  • Campers must have a camping permit and a valid parks pass.

  • Only two sleeping units per site (one hard side unit and one tent, or two tents)

  • Only six people per camping site

  • All vehicles and trailers must stay on the site’s asphalt.

  • Overflow parking is at the top of the campground.

  • Do NOT tie anything to a tree.

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

For park pass and camping fee information, visit the Boyd Lake fees page.

Please camp only in designated sites and display the campground permit in the marker at each campsite. A holding tank dump station is located in the campground. It is illegal to dump any wastewater, including dishwater, anywhere except the dump station. Please also note NO inflatable bouncing/jumping devices for kids are allowed and NO public address systems may be used.

Campground Maps

Spring/Summer Season

If you do not have a reservation during the summer peak season, you may camp at Boyd Lake if space is available. When space is available for camping you need to be sure the site you choose to camp in does not have a reservation card in the numbered post marker at each site. Additionally, you may only purchase two nights at a time without a reservation.

We recommend you reserve camp sites for any weekend day/nights (including Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays) and stays longer than 2 nights.  If you do not reserve a campsite and you stay longer than 2 nights, you risk having to move to another site if a reservation comes in behind you. As with all our camping permits (reserved or not) you have the site until 12:00 (noon) the next day.

To reserve your campsite, visit our reservations page or call the reservation office at:

  • Denver area: 303-470-1144 
  • Toll free: 800-678-2267

Regular business hours Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please note that the Reservation Office is closed on weekends and holidays.