Jackson Lake


brochure Jackson Lake - Campground
Camping Rules • Maximum: 1 hard side unit (trailer, pickup camper, pop-up, RV) and 1 tent—OR—2 tents per campsite. • Maximum: Six (6) individuals per campsite. • A dump station is located on the south side of the visitor center for our paying customers. It is illegal and a health hazard to dump waste water and sewage, including dishwater, anywhere else. • The camper service buildings provide showers, toilets, laundry facilities and drinking water. Several community water hydrants are strategically placed in each camp-ground. Please be courteous of fellow campers by not staying connected to the hydrants. • As a courtesy to other campers: All radios, televisions, and generators need to be turned off to observe QUIET HOURS which are from 10:00 PM until 6:00 AM. • Camping permits expire at noon. Sites that are not renewed by noon may be reassigned. • RESTRICTION: Upon arrival at your reserved site, there will be NO TRANSFERS to another site. • After your arrival, park visitors needing to cancel their reservation will forfeit the first night of the remaining nights for each site. • Fires are permitted only in the fire rings and grills provided or within self-contained camping units. Firewood collection is strictly prohibited. • During the off-season (mid-September through March) some of the campgrounds remain open; however the shower buildings are winterized and water to hydrants in the campgrounds is turned off. Vault toilets will remain open in those campgrounds. Be prepared to deposit exact change or personal checks in the self-serve brick wall located beyond the entrance station. Swimming Welcome! C O L O R A D O PA R K S & W I L D L I F E Shoreline Marina Jackson Lake State Park Campground Guidelines Ice • Groceries • Pop • Beer • Boating Supplies • ATM Bait • Firewood • Boat & Jet Ski Rentals • Gas & Oil Skiing Equipment • Dry Storage • Fishing Licenses (970) 645-BOAT(2628) Open weekends in April Open 7 days a week starting in May Jackson Lake campgrounds are provided for your use and enjoyment. Reservations are recommended for weekends and for extended stays of more than two nights. Campsites may be reserved up to 72 hours prior to your arrival. (Rule of Thumb: For Friday night arrival, reservations need to be made by Tuesday.) Campsites not reserved are sold on a “first-come, first-served” basis and must be occupied immediately. (Campers may not reserve or hold a campsite for another party by purchasing an additional campsite for them.) Please check for reservations before occupying a campsite. Directions to Jackson Lake Some of our regulations are included in this brochure for your convenience. A complete listing of park regulations is available at the entrance station or visitor center. From the U.S. 34/I-76 interchange, take Colorado Highway 39 north for 7.25 miles through Goodrich, then go west on Y.5 (follow the paved road) for 2.5 miles. • I n addition to camping fees, all vehicles are required to have a parks pass. From Denver East on I-76. Take the second Wiggins’ exit (Exit 66). Turn left (north) on CO 39/CO 52. Drive approximately 9 miles. Drive ½ mile past Goodrich. Turn left onto County Road Y.5. Stay on County Road Y.5 (It will turn north after a couple of miles.) This will take you past the south side and into the main park area on the west. • S TATE LAW: Only 3.2% alcoholic beverages are allowed. Any possession or consumption of 6% alcohol or hard liquor is subject to prosecution and will be confiscated and disposed.” • STATE LAW: Marijuana use is prohibited within the park and in public. Any violation is subject to prosecution and confiscation. Please respect your neighbors. From Greeley Take Colorado 34 East. After entering Morgan County and at base of hill, turn left (north) on Colorado 144. Drive 7 miles to T-intersection at Goodrich and turn left (north). Drive ½ mile past Goodrich. Turn left (west) on County Road Y.5. Stay on County Road Y.5 (It will turn north after a couple of miles.) This will take you past the south side and into the main park area on the west. •F  or the safety of your pet, our visitors, and wildlife, pets must be kept on a maximum 6’leash at all times. Clean up after your pet. Always carry a few plastic bags with you. (To keep your park beautiful, it is helpful to pick up trash along the way.) Keep pets away from other animals. The park is home to a variety of wildlife. Respect their natural habitat and keep pets away from nests and other animal homes. From the East (Fort Morgan, Nebraska) West on I-76. Take the second Wiggins’ exit (Exit 66A). Turn right (north) on CO 39/CO 52. Drive approximately 9 miles. Drive ½ mile past Goodrich. Turn left onto County Road Y.5. Stay on County Road Y.5 (It will turn north after a couple of miles.) This will take you past the South Shore entrance and into the main entrance located on the West Shore. •V  ehicles must be kept on roads and parking areas. Driving or parking on grass or other vegetation is prohibited. Swimming is allowed in the no wake zones on the west and south shores. Swimming is not allowed beyond the no wake buoys. Swimming is at your own risk so take the necessary precautions. • All other state and park laws also apply. Your cooperation in keeping the park peaceful and safe is appreciated. Emergency: 9-1-1 Jackson Lake State Park HPJA140-2.5K-2/14 © CPW 1-970-867-2461 © CPW cpw.state.co.us Morgan County Sheriff (non-emergency): © CPW #26363 Road 3 • Orchard, CO 80649 • (970) 645-2551 E-mail: dnr_jackson.lake@state.co.us Park Office: 1-970-645-2551 cpw.state.co.us Shoreline Marina: 1-970-645-2628 Jackson Lake State Park Dunes Group Campground Overview Lakeside Sandpiper, Fox Hills & Northview Cove, Pelican Private Jackson Lake State Wildlife Area North Shore Area Northview Campground Rows of windbreak trees (boundry line) egend Fox Hills Campground Ski Counter-Clockwise County Road 2 Water ault Toilet ush Toilet hower umpster Andrick Ponds orseshoes StateWildlife Area rail Boat Hunting Nort h of the Boundary Line Only (See Hunting Regulation s) ate Priv Sandpiper Campground Pelican Campground Cove Campground Lakeside Campground West Swim Beach NO South Swim Beach IKE ND GO IN NT HU LEGEND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 t le In Swimbeach Parking Cottonwood Picnic Area Dunes Group Campground Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) Legend Centennial Group Picnic Area 10 Pelican Campground Cove Campground Lakeside Campground Sandpiper Campground Fox Hills Campground Northview Campground Dunes Group Campground Centennial Group Picnic Area Cottonwood Picnic Area / OHV Track Swimbeach Parking Boat Ramp Dump Station Entrance Station Laundry Picnic Area Showers Swim Beach Visitors Center Buoy Line/Zoned Area Trail Group Reservations can be made through the Jackson Lake State Park Visitor Center. Call 970.645.2551 or visit: http://cpw.state.co.us/ placestogo/parks/ JacksonLake Individual Campsites Reservations can be made 3 days to 6 months in advance. Denver Metro Area: 1.303.470.1144 Outside Denver: 1.800.678.2267 Online at: www.cpw.state.co.us tent only Electric: 20 & 30 AMP Campsites 69-72 are tent only with electric.

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