Spring Lake Park
Spring Lake Park is a 240 acre park that includes a 50 acre lake lined with campsites. There are 126 electrical campsites and two shower houses that make this park a home for many campers every weekend of the summer. The lake shoreline is nearly level with the waterline, making it a favorite of campers, fisherman, picnicers and other park users wanting to be near the water. A concessionaire provides rolling skating, boat rental, and a beach concession stand creating many activities for family oriented camping. 120 acres are wooded, making it home to deer, wild turkeys, small mammals, and a variety of birds. This wooded area plus the waterfowl using the lake makes it a very popular location to view wildlife. There are 2.2 miles of asphalt roads ideal for biking, rollerblading, jogging and walking. The wooded area also has several hiking trails.
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Spring Lake Park is located 5 miles east of Jefferson on Highway 30, 2 miles north on P33, and 1/2 mile west on 195th Street. Or, 2 miles west of Grand Junction on Highway 30, 2 miles north on P33, and 1/2 mile west on 195th Street.
- 126 electrical hookup campsites. Each with 50 amp, 30 amp, and 110 V.
- Two modern shower houses.
- Historic, indoor skating rink with wooden floor.
- Canoe, kayak, and paddleboat rental.
- 3 shelterhouses.
- Playground equipment.
- Boat ramp.
- Swimming beach.
- Sanitary dump station.
- Basketball courts.
Operating Hours & Seasons
Park open season: All year long.
Hours: 5:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Shower house: May 15 - October 15
Skating rink: Memorial Day - Labor Day: Friday and Saturday nights 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Boat rental/beach concession: Memorial Day - Labor Day: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and extended holidays
Fees: Camping - $15 electrical; $8 primitive
Skating - $4 per nite, skate rental $1
Boat rental - kayaks, canoes, paddleboats $5 per half hour, $10 per hour
Firewood - $5 per bundle