PLEASE NOTE: Beginning Sept. 1, 2019, boating will no longer be permitted on Lake Arbor. This includes paddle boards. Factors that have led to this necessity include limited resources and lack of emergency access. Thank you for your understanding regarding this new restriction.
Important: For sporting activities, including boating and fishing, all State of Colorado rules and regulations must be followed. To explore fishing license requirements, boating rules, and more visit the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.
Currently, boats are permitted at the Arvada Reservoir and Lake Arbor. Beginning Sept. 1, boating will no longer be permitted at Lake Arbor. For detailed information on boating in the City, visit Boat Usage on Lakes in Arvada.
There are many places to fish in Arvada. Fishing is permitted at any Arvada lake or pond. Annual and daily passes for the Arvada Reservoir can be purchased at Arvada City Hall.
- Explore the Colorado Fishing Atlas to find fishing locations near you.
- Find out how to Buy Fishing Licenses in Colorado.
If you are looking for a swimming pool in Arvada, check out the APEX Aquatics program for information on indoor and outdoor locations. Swimming is not allowed in lakes, ponds, or creeks in Arvada.
Splash Pad and Fountain
Ralston Central Splash Pad and the Olde Town Water Fountain operate Memorial Day through Labor Day.