The best way to have fun on your boat is the safe way, check out boating safety and regulations (see Boating page).
Fishing good to fair for many species. See
Cherry Creek State Park conditions for current report. Ice fishing when conditions allowed.
Jet skis allowed. Observe all regulations and no-wake areas.
Mile High Rowing Club is a non-profit youth rowing program for ages 13-18. We offer Fall and Spring Rowing and a Winter training program as well.
Learn-To-Row Summer Camps are available for new rowers.
For more information or to sign up please visit http://www.milehighrowing.org or call 303.515.9277.
Sailboarding is allowed. Lake Loop is a good launching point.
Open seasonally in the summer, the sandy beach with a roped-off swimming area is a great place for water play. There is a bathhouse with restrooms located at the beach for convenience. Colorado State Park swim beaches do not have lifeguards on duty. Swim at your own risk. Children must be supervised by adults at all times. Please don’t take glass, charcoal grills and pets on the beach. And please keep the beach clean by "packing out what you pack in."
Always shower after swimming to help avoid the possibility of "Swimmer's Itch". For more information visit Center for Disease Control.
Community Sailing Program of Colorado: (303) 757-7718
The Cherry Creek Reservoir is one of Community Sailing of Colorado's (CSC) flagship location where we teach a variety ofsailing programs such as youth summer camps, adult classes, adaptive sailing, free outreach events, and a junior race team.
The Marina at Cherry Creek, provides boat and jet ski rentals from Memorial Day through Labor Day. They also offer boat slip rental, wedding and corporate events, a pub, and a wharf.