7,256 acres at full pool, Lake Granby is the second largest body of water in Colorado. Recreation on this large reservoir includes power and sail boating, water skiing, wind surfing and fishing and ice-fishing. Lake Granby has 40 miles of shoreline. Columbine Bay provides a popular area for nonmotorized boating.
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Boater at Lake Granby
Developed campsites exist at Arapaho Bay and Stillwater Campgrounds. Cutthroat Bay has a group Campground. Commercial facilities include boat rentals, fuel, mooring slips and ties. Groceries and food are available at several marinas and cafes located off Highway 34 on the lake's western shore.
ARAPAHO BAY BOAT RAMP
Located in the Roaring Fork Loop of Arapaho Bay Campground, on the southeast end of the lake.
Facilities: The boat ramp has no fee. It is unsurfaced and unusable at low water levels. Campground facilities include vault toilets, drinking water, and picnic and campsites.
STILLWATER BOAT RAMP
Located in the Stillwater Campground on the northwest shore of the lake.
Facilities: The concrete boat ramp has no fee. Campground facilities include flush toilets, drinking water, picnic and campsites.
SUNSET POINT BOAT RAMP
Located on the southwest end of the lake.
Facilities: There is no fee for this steep, unsurfaced ramp. There are vault toilets and picnic tables. There is no drinking water.
Directions from Granby: Follow Highway 40 west to Highway 34. Go north on 34 to Lake Granby.
(NOTE: Lake Granby is open to Summer and Winter activities.)