2600 acres of open space, recreation and wildlife in Lakewood's backyard!
Regional Parks is committed to conserving the natural areas of the City while providing safe, enjoyable recreational experiences and quality environmental education for the community.
Bear Creek Lake Park is a 2600 acre Regional Park managed by the City of Lakewood. The park contains a swim beach; marina with boat rentals; a 47 site campground; horseback riding stables; 15 miles of multiple use trails; water ski school; picnic shelters; an archery range and three lakes. The park is also a great place for fishing, boating (restrictions apply), hiking, cycling, horseback riding and nature observation. The park Visitor Center is a great place to learn about the park, and a variety of ranger programs are offered throughout the year.
A daily fee is required for all vehicles entering the park:
$10 - General
$5 - Senior/ADA
Jefferson County Resident Annual Pass:
$60 - General
$40 - Senior/ADA
$20 - Multiple Vehicle Pass
Please see the website (www.Lakewood.org/Camping) for camping information and fees.
Park hours vary with the season. Please visit the website for more information.
The Lakewood Regional Parks division manages Bear Creek Lake Park, and is also responsible for the following parks: William Frederick Hayden Park; the Bear Creek Greenbelt; Main, Smith and East reservoirs; and Thunder Valley.