As the home of the headwaters of the Colorado River and to Colorado's largest natural lake, no other place can offer more water and more adventure than Grand County, Colorado.
Grand County has the most accessible water in Colorado; think of it as your own personal playground. Swimming, boating, fishing—the list of ways to enjoy our waterways is endless. Not only does Grand County water serve as a source of entertainment and recreation, it is the number one source of water to Denver and the Front Range. Because of this, Grand County has the most abundant and valuable water in the state. Learn more about our lakes and rivers below.
Water is everywhere in Grand County, and there are lots of exciting activities for you and your family to explore! Come make a splash in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.Read More
As the snow melts and the rivers swell in Grand County, our thoughts turn to the simple pleasures of summer... like these 15 things you ought to try before the snow returns in late fall.Read More
Is there anything better in summertime than boating on a mountain lake? If you ask us, the answer is "no, not really." While Colorado has dozens of great reservoirs and lakes to set sail on, few destinations offer so many choices in one place as Grand County. To help you navigate our five mountain lakes, we've compiled a guide to boating them:Read More