Chatfield State Park, Littleton
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We were looking to try out our new-to-us tent trailer. We met family and friends there and set up tent. One person had the responsibility of getting the reservations and did so at least a month prior ... read more »
We camped 3 nights at the Chatfield State Park. The camping sites are spread out nicely so tent campers can enjoy the area and not feel like that are on top of RV campers. The park is very clean and o... read more »
We recently did a one hour trail ride at Chatfield Stables. We're by no means experienced riders by have down multiple trail rides here in Colorado along with Wyoming and South Dakota. The team at Cha... read more »
Not bad..a bit dirty of trash but not bad..and fun. It is a bit pricey to go out and have fun.. 8 dollars. Its not something you would do regularly like the beach...but the overall experience isn't bad if your just going to sit on the sand and relax like it is a real beach.
Great camp grounds! Great swim beach! We camped in an travel trailer in Loop B. Nice pull-through spot, with a great view of the lake. Nice paved roads great for riding bike throughout the camp ground and park. Swim beach is great! We'll definitely be back - even if we're not camping.
Amazing dog park! It's 69 acres with 2 lakes for dog swimming and miles of trails for walking, running, and exploring. I hadn't been to the Chatfield dog park since they started charging a fee several years ago ($2/day or $20/year). We bought the annual dog park pass... WELL worth the money. Maintained, clean, and so much fun to let the dogs be DOGS!
Boat rentals, horse riding, bike trails, heron lookouts, and a modest swim beach. Lots of RV camp parking. Overall, a nice place for a hot summer weekend get-away. I enjoy it most often for road biking through the park from Titan in the south to Platte River access on the north east.
We go to the lake as much as physically possible. I love that it costs $8 to enter the park to keep it clean and less crowded. I found the water clean and fun to BBQ on the sandy shores. I am thinking about getting the yearly pass to save some $$.
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