Colorado Nature, On The Water September 06, 2018
by Annie Take A Trip Down This Colorado Lake That Comes Alive With Fall Colors
Doesn’t it feel like summer just flew by this year? While we we’re into September, the summer season is coming to a close and autumn is just around the corner. To kick off this most colorful time of year, there is nothing better than getting outside to admire the changing colors, which is exactly what you can do on this Colorado paddle trip:
There is no shortage of places to paddle in Colorado, but when it comes to vibrant fall colors, nothing beats Dillon Reservoir!
Located in (you guessed it) Dillon, Dillon Reservoir boasts five square miles of crystal-clear water...
...27 miles of tree and sand-lined shore...
...and even several small explorable islands and inlets, making Dillon Reservoir one of the most unique natural attractions in all of Colorado.
In addition to sightseeing, Dillon Reservoir is THE place for water sports, including stellar fishing, boating, and, of course, paddleboarding.
No paddleboard? No problem, as the Frisco Bay Marina offers stand-up paddleboard rentals beginning at just $35 for two hours!
The board itself is $17.50 an hour, but the experience and views are absolutely priceless!
To experience the fall colors at their peak, make plans to visit Dillon Reservoir anytime between mid-September to late-October.
To learn more about renting paddleboards through the Town of Frisco, please visit their
Experience even more colorful goodness by checking out our previous article:
Take This Gorgeous Fall Foliage Road Trip To See Colorado Like Never Before.
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