Dillon Reservoir, owned and operated by the Denver Water Board, is the Denver Water system's largest water storage facility.
The interagency Dillon Reservoir Recreation Committee (DRReC) is responsible for recreation within the Dillon Reservoir Recreation Area, which includes the reservoir surface and adjacent properties. DRReC consists of the Board of Denver Water, Town of Dillon, Town of Frisco, Government of the Summit County and the United States. Service to forests. Motorized and non-motorizedboating, open water and ice fishing, cycling, snowkiting, hiking, running, walking, skiing and others are popular recreational activities. Public access to the reservoir is available through two marinas in Frisco and Dillon, as well as several campgrounds and day-use areas in the adjacent National Forest of the White River.
This town has galore activities in the summer thanks in part to its pristine reservoir, Lake Dillon. The reservoir is perfect for boating, sailing, walking and picnicking with 26 miles of shoreline surrounded by a breathtaking mountainous backdrop. There are several boat launch ramps and two marinas where you can rent rigs, and even a sailing school and charter cruises are offered by the Dillon Marina. Fishing is great too, especially as the ice thaws, with stocked salmon, cutthroat and brook trout. A nice way to spend a summer night is with a free lakeside concert at the Dillon Amphitheater, hosted from mid-June through early September on Friday and Saturday nights.
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