Windsor Lake Boating Permits
• Boating by permit only
• Hazards may be present
• Boat at your own risk
Motorized Boating on Windsor Lake Motorized permit holders can be scheduled on the lake on motorized days on a first-come, first-served basis. Daily and annual permit holders must call 970-674-3500 to request their time and day of the week to reserve a spot on the lake no earlier than Monday of that week. Motorized boating permits can be purchased at the Windsor CRC.
1/2 Day Cost: $15 Residents, $25 Non-Residents
Annual Cost: $450 Residents Only
• Maximum of 20 permits sold starting May 15. If permits
do not sell out by June 5, permits will be open
to non-residents on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Days: W, F, Sat, Sun
Dates: 5/26 - 8/31 | 9/01 - 9/16 Sat, Sun Only
Times: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. or 2 p.m. - 8 p.m.
All crafts outside of the swim beach must have a current Town of Windsor permit to use the lake. One permit per craft is required. From May 27 to August 31, non-motorized boats can only be on the lake during the times listed below. After August 31, non-motorized boats can be on the lake year round from sunrise to sunset as long as ice is not present. Non-motorized boating is allowed with a permit as long as ice is not present.
Non-Motorized Boating on Windsor Lake
Days: M, Tu, Th, Sat, Sun
Dates: 5/26 - 8/31 | 9/01 - 9/16 Sat, Sun (Shared with motorized boaters)
Time: Daylight hours only
Non-Motorized Boating Cost:
How to Purchase a Boating Permit
Permits are sold at the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th Street. For questions, please call 970-674-3500. Please affix all permits to the right side of your craft. One permit per craft.
Please bring the following documents with you:
• Proof of residency in Windsor (if applicable)
• Driver's License
• Current Boat Registration (motorized and sailboats only)
• Proof of Insurance (motorized only)
* Motorized boats must have liability coverage with a minimum of $300,000 for bodily injury and property damage.
For Colorado Boating Statues and Regulations, call (303) 791-1954 or visit the Colorado State Parks Boating Rules.