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Windsor Lake Boating Permits
    • Boating by permit only
    • Hazards may be present
    • Boat at your own risk

Ingestion of untreated agricultural water such as Windsor Lake carries an inherent risk of possible exposure to pathogenic organisms.  Individuals who have been ill are asked to refrain from entering the water.

Swim diapers are requested for use with young children and are available at the concession stand.

Motorized Boating on Windsor Lake - 2015 season
Motorized boating is permitted on the following days and times:
Wednesday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday
May 23 - August 12
August 15 - September 20 (Saturday & Sunday Only)
8:00 am - 2:00 pm or 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Motorized Boating Cost:
   Resident  Non-Resident
1/2 Day  $15  $25
Annual  $450
Max of 20 sold
Sales begin 4/6/15
$450 (open to non-residents after 5/1/15 if they do not sell out
first-come, first-serve

Non-Motorized Boating on Windsor Lake - 2015 season
Non-motorized boating is allowed year round when ice is not present with a permit.
Daylight hours only  

During the summer months (May 23, 2015 - August 12, 2015), non-motorized boating is permitted ONLY on the following days and times:
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Saturday
May 23 - August 12
August 15 - September 20 (motorized boating is also present on the lake on Saturdays and Sundays) 
Daylight hours only  

Non-Motorized Boating Cost:
   Resident  Non-Resident
Daily  $5  $7
Annual  $35  $50

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.