Boyd Lake Boat Rentals
Boyd Lake is a gorgeous 1,700 surface-acre lake located in Loveland, Co. The Lake is a water sports paradise. Complete with sandy beaches, bike trails, and a massive campground, Boyd Lake is full of possibilities and sure to provide the experience you are looking for! Some of the best activities possible at Boyd Lake require a boat. Luckily, a Boyd Lake boat rental is easy to find. Just picture yourself spending all day on the lake then hanging out around a blazing campfire in the evening at one of the campsites!
Renting A Boat For Boyd Lake
Renting a boat for Boyd Lake is as simple as hopping on to our website to RSVP one of our great boat rental options. If you will have more than seven people in your group, we recommend going with our Pontoon boat option which features a Garmin Fish Finder and built-in grill for a weekend of fishing and grilling! If your party is a bit smaller we recommend renting a ski boat for some fun water sports action on Boyd Lake. Whether you are into tubing or water skiing, renting a boat for Boyd Lake is the only way to go!
Boyd Lake Boating
Boyd Lake boating is one of the most popular activities on the lake. The lake has wide open features that allow for maximum fun while doing water sports or just cruising around. All you need is a Colorado State Parks Pass or to pay the entry fee for your boat rental, then you’re off onto the lake for a perfect day on the water! Boyd Lake Marina is the most popular launching ramp, but there is also Heron Cove Ramp and Deepwater ramp as well though it is only accessible when the water is low. Boyd Lake boating is the best way to spend a day at the lake!
Boyd Lake Fishing Tips
Boyd Lake offers amazing fishing opportunities! The lake is home to many species of fish including rainbow trout, perch, white and largemouth bass, catfish, and walleye. Largemouth has been very reactive in the flats to plastic lures while smallmouth bass has been going after lures in deeper waters.
Both have been going after spinners to a degree as well. Trout have been fairly reactive to worms lake-wide. Remember to check the signs for size-limits before holding on to your catch for the campfire.
Boyd Lake Boat Inspection Hours
Always remember to have your boat inspected before entering the waters of Boyd Lake. There is always a chance of introducing a harmful species to a lake or body of water, as such it is the law to have your boat inspected during inspection hours.
The Aquatic Nuisance Species Hours are as follows:
ANS Inspection Hours
- Daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Daily 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
May to September 4th 2018
- Daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
September 5th to September 30th 2018
- Daily from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Daily 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (ice-dependent)