What kind of boats are allowed on Lake Dillon?

The Frisco Bay Marina offers runabouts, fishing boats and pontoon boats for a power boat trip on the lake. If you prefer a self-powered adventure you might want to rent a canoe, kayak, or stand up paddle board.

Can you kayak on Lake Dillon?

Non-motorized vessels, such as SUPs, kayaks, and canoes may launch publicly accessible shoreline areas. Personal water craft, such as jet skis, and towed activities, such as water skiing are prohibited on Dillon Reservoir.

Are power boats allowed on Lake Dillon?

Boating: The ramp at Dillon Marina is unusable for most motorized craft at water elevation 8,971 feet; for Frisco Bay Marina, 9,009 feet. Fishing boats, sailboats, kayaks and canoes can be rented at area shops. Sailboat tours originate from Dillon Marina. All campgrounds have a drinking water supply.

Can you paddleboard on Lake Dillon?

Stand up paddleboarding is the craze taking on the waterways and we have a fleet of inflatable SUPs for rent – great for all ages – available at Lake Dillon CO! They’re perfect for 2-hour flat water rides around this sprawling Summit County lake.

Can you swim in Frisco reservoir?

With no swimming allowed they also do not allow jet skis or skiing. Dillon Reservoir is owned by Denver Water, but it is managed by The Dillon Reservoir Recreation Committee, these guys are responsible for implementing regulations and provide Marine Patrol.

Does Lake Dillon have a beach?

Just know that Lake Dillon does now allow swimming and it does not have a beach area. But you can go swimming in some of the other Colorado beaches and swimming areas in the state. The closest swimming pool near Dillon Reservoir is at the Silverthorne Recreation Center.

Can you swim in Green Mountain Reservoir?

Green Mountain Reservoir is located near the town of Heeney in Summit County, and features 2,150 acres of surface water and a designated swim area.

Is it legal to swim in canals?

Many canals are not suitable for swimming due to water quality issues and generally swimming is not formally permitted. Note that many larger navigable rivers may look like canals in places, but are managed rivers with weirs, locks and parallel ‘cuts’ to shortcut meaders, called river ‘navigations’.