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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Float your boat in the lake, bicycle or hike on a trail that provides scenic views of the neighboring foothills and Platte River valley, camp, ride a horse and even fly a model airplane - all at Chatfield State Park, nestled next to the foothills southwest of Denver.​​​​

​​​​​​Boaters of all types – from water skiers to fishing enthusiasts to canoeists and sailors - enjoy Chatfield Reservoir’s waters. Boat rentals, a floating restaurant and a marina are also available at Chatfield. Campers have their choice of 197 campsites all with electrical hookups and many with full hookups (water, sewer and electric), in four campground​s at Chatfield. All campsites are within walking distance to the lake and have picnic tables and grills. Facilities include flush toilets, hot showers, laundry, centrally located water, fire ring and a sanitary waste station. ​In addition to the 197 single-family campsites offered at Chatfield, there are ten reservable Group Camping sites available. Please call Aspira at 1-800-244-5613 or go to for reservations.​

Enjoy Chatfield's Trails

On Chatfield's trails, you can escape the boredom of the gym by taking a morning jog, exploring natural areas that border the reservoir, leisurely pedaling your bicycle through the park, or riding a horse into the sunset. Trail maps are available at the park's main entrances.​

Chatfield is open for camping

When visitors see Chatfield's beautiful rolling foothills, expansive reservoir and abundant wildlife, they can't believe the park is located just outside the Denver metro area. Our campground has full service sites available offering water, sewer and electric hookups or sites with electric only. Over thirty sites have new detached tent pads. Reservations are highly recommended for camping at Chatfield.

Boating Update​

Chatfield is now OPEN for ALL VESSELS, trailered vessels please use the North Boat Ramp on the west side of the park.​ This includes all bodies of water and all vessels including, but not limited to (kayaks, paddleboards, etc...) ​For ​the NEW Aquatic Nuisance Species Inspection information, please visit ​the​ boating page​.