Is camping allowed at Chatfield?

Chatfield is Open for Camping All Year 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.

Do you need a reservation for Chatfield Reservoir?

A popular activity at Chatfield is individual and group camping. Camping reservations are required in addition to the parks pass.

Are Colorado state parks closed for camping?

There are no COVID-19 closures to Colorado Parks and Wildlife offices, visitor centers or campgrounds at this time.

Is Chatfield State Park free?

Daily Vehicle Park Passes: Daily Vehicle Park Pass fees are $9 per vehicle at most parks, $10 for Chatfield, Boyd Lake, Castlewood, Eldorado, Golden Gate, Highline, Lake Pueblo, Roxborough and Staunton state parks, and $11 for Cherry Creek (due to the Cherry Creek Water Basin Authority fee).

What happened at Chatfield State Park?

A man’s body was found Tuesday evening in water at Chatfield State Park and an investigation is underway. The discovery was made east of the park’s Discovery Pavilion near Waterton Road and South Wadsworth Boulevard, according to South Metro Fire Rescue. The fire department Tweeted about the incident at 7:47 p.m.

Is Chatfield Reservoir busy?

The park get very busy on the weekends. You do not need a park pass to ride your bike thru the park. We like to take a snack and stop at one of the many picnic table to eat our snack and watch the boats out on the lake.

Do you need a permit to go camping in Colorado?

There are typically no permits or fees required for camping in these areas. Just be sure to do a bit of research on specific areas before your trip. If you’re not sure about regulations in a specific area, call the local ranger station to clarify.

Does Colorado have quarantine rules for visitors?

In Colorado, the local or state public health agency may issue public health orders to quarantine or isolate if you test positive for COVID-19, become ill, or are exposed to someone with COVID-19 while you are visiting.

Is there a senior lifetime pass for Colorado State Parks?

Seniors born before 1922 are free, seniors 64 and older can get a lifetime pass for $175, disabled vets are free. Where can you purchase your park pass? All State Parks and Region Offices, Denver Office, and Littleton Office – Contact Us.

Do you have to pay to get into Colorado State Parks?

All Colorado State Parks have entrance fees. All vehicles are required to have an entrance pass and some parks have walk-in fees. Centennial Park Passes purchased in 2020 will be accepted at Colorado state parks through the end of February 2021.

Where are the campsites at Chatfield State Park?

Chatfield State Park campground has 197 campsites and is located in rolling hills and a short walk to Chatfield Reservoir. There are 120 sites with full hookups (located in A, B and D loops) and the remaining 77 sites have electric hookups only (loops B and C). Loops B & C also have 34 sits with detached tent pads.

How to reserve a campsite in Colorado State Park?

It’s easier than ever for campers to reserve a campsite. Campers can make reservations, 24/7 by phone (1-800-244-5613) or online, the day they plan to arrive at the park or up to six months in advance. Make a reservation at a Colorado state park today!

When is the best time to go camping at Chatfield?

Reservations for camping at Chatfield can be made the day you plan to arrive at the park or up to six months in advance. Full hook up camping is only available seasonally mid-April to mid-October pending warm temperatures.

Do you have to pay camping fees in Colorado?

All Parks Passes are non-refundable. Please note this is not an Army Corps of Engineers park. You will need a Colorado State Park Pass (see fees below) to enter. If camping you will pay State Park camping fees (see the Camping page for more information).