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Camping Chatfield State Park in Colorado

Camping at Chatfield State Park

At Chatfield State Park, you can go out on a boat or hike to see the views. The four camping areas at Chatfield have 197 sites. You will find them walking distance to the lake with picnic tables and grills. Amenities include centrally located water, flush toilets, hot showers, and laundry. Some of the sites have hook ups for water, sewer, and electricity.

Things To Do at Chatfield State Park

The park has many fun things to do including biking, boating, and fishing. You can go horseback riding at the stables or take a hot air balloon ride. You can swim seasonally and go picnicking with several areas for outdoor dining. There is snowshoeing in the winter and jet skiing in the summer. Paddle boarding is popular and there is lots of wildlife to watch nearby. Pets are allowed and there is an off leash area where you can take your dog to get some exercise.

Chatfield State Park
Park Office
11500 N Roxborough Park Road
Littleton, CO 80125
Phone: 303-791-7275

Office Hours
8am-4pm M-F, Additionally May-Sept. S-S 9am-3pm

Chatfield State Park Hours
5:00 AM – 10:00 PM with 24 hour access for campers

Chatfield State Park Passes
Daily pass: $8
Annual pass: $70

Camping Fees at Chatfield State Park
Summer (May 1 to Sept. 30)
Electric campsite: $22.00
Full hook-up campsite: $26.00
Group Campsite Fees: $124.00 per night plus $10.00 reservation fee
Winter (Oct. 1 to Apr. 30)
Electric campsite: $20.00
Full hook-up campsite: $24.00
Group Campsite Fees: $112.00 per night plus $10.00 reservation fee
Group Picnic Area Fees
Marina Point and Riverside Picnic area: $90.00
Heronry Overlook: $60.00
Fox Run: $30.00
These fees cover the first 50 people in a group.
Over 50 – .50 per extra person
Reservation Fee – $10.00

Dog Off-Leash Area Fees
Annual Pass: $20.00
Daily Pass: $2.00

Image courtesy of Sascha Brück

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