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Boyd Lake State Park, Loveland

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Boyd Lake State Park, is a Colorado State Park. It holds events there for the public including fishing derbies and clinics, education programs, and volunteer projects. The activities include boating, fishing, picnicking, swimming, hiking, biking, and hunting. The lake is 1700acre.
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  • I've been to Boyd Lake State Park many times. If your planning to use the lake for wakeboarding, water skiing & tubing that's only done on the south arm of the lake. All other boating and jet skiing o...  read more »
  • The best part of the park is the bike trail. There is a reservoir that is good for water activities. 
  • This state park and lake used to be on the outskirts of Loveland, is now surrounded by the town. The Campground here was a nice surprise, with spacious pull-through sites. There is only electric avail...  read more »
  • We loveee this place!! It's awesome. Great fishing, and a great place for the pool. They do day passes for like $8, definitely make it a summer stop... they have an awesome swimming area if you want to do something with the kiddos!! :)
  • Stayed there for 5 days and was bothered by 5 rangers. The paper at the terminal says where to place the paper, so I did. At the entrance office told them multiple times what I needed, and was still being bothered, and it was always about 9 pm to 10:30 pm. Then on Friday morning when talking to a ranger she told me where the paper really needed to be. Which is on the brown carsonite ( thin fiberglass marker dim. 1/2" thick 4" wide )that is out by the asphalt. The best part was that I was pulling the camper out to leave when was finally informed.
  • Very disappointing experience. Sewage smell in Loop E. Spoke to the ranger and they are not sure what is causing it and offered no resolution in the future. We had rain and the campsites flooded in front of the trailer and around the fire pit - since sites are mainly dirt off of the asphalt - this turned into mud - not much vegetation. As well - rangers are very diligent and by the book with vehicle passes. Honest mistake turned into a $50 fine. So between the sewage smell, mud/water puddles and fine - very frustrating. We do not plan to visit this state park again.
  • We go for the jet ski beach. The swim beach is nice too. Don't really care for the fish cops. Can't really comment on camping. I don't tow a house to go 'camping' in cities.
  • We adore this beautiful state park and have had nothing but positive experiences here each time we have gone. We love the picnic area, the play area and of course the beach!
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