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Boating at the Aurora Reservoir

  • Boating season starts once the ice has thawed (mid to late March) and ends November 30.

  • All state regulations enforced. All watercraft with a motor including electric motors are required to be registered with the State of Colorado.
  • Lifejackets/personal flotation devices are required for everyone regardless of age on board any type of watercraft, including but not limited to paddle boards, boats, kayaks, canoes, etc. 
  • Children 12 years of age and younger are required to wear a lifejacket/personal flotation device at ALL times while on board a watercraft. 
  • Lifejackets must be a U.S. Coast Guard approved, properly fitting size for the intended wearer, and readily accessible to the wearer on the watercraft.

  • Non-motorized vessels or electric motors ONLY. No gas motors.

  • All portable gas tanks must be removed prior to launching.

  • Boat ramp is available during the season.

  • Boat dry storage is available.

  • Neither fishing nor sail boats are available for rent at the Aurora Reservoir.

  • Any vessel that contains a compartment capable of holding water OR any vessel launched or landed via a trailer which enters the water will require a Watercraft Access Pass and must go through boat inspection. When required, the Watercraft Access Pass must be purchased annually for $20 and must be permanently affixed to the vehicle towing the vessel or on the vessel itself.

Interested in renting a kayak or stand up paddleboard? Here are all the details.

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