Lake Dillon, Colorado
Make the Most of Your Vacation to Lake Dillon
Long before Lake Dillon existed to exert its magnetic draw on boaters, kayakers and other outdoor enthusiasts, the “town” of Dillon was just a stage stop outpost on the Snake River. In 1965, Dillon Reservoir was built to provide for the big city’s water needs, in the process creating what would become one of Colorado’s most popular vacation destinations. Cupped like a jewel surrounded by pristine snow-capped mountains, Lake Dillon, Colorado is one of the most scenic places you’ll visit.
While the town remains small, the opportunities for summer activities are big: sailing, fishing, lakeside dining and a marina that services 25 miles of shoreline – plus plenty of shopping and restaurants. Gorgeous hiking and snowshoeing trails offer sparkling views of the lake and mountains. The shorefront amphitheater hosts free concerts, local performers and outdoor markets.
Charter Fishing on Lake Dillon
Big Ed’s is Summit County’s longest running premier Charter company on Lake Dillon. Experience the beauty of Dillon Reservoir at 9,000 feet above sea level while charter fishing for huge Rainbow trout, Brown trout, Kokanee salmon and the elusive Artic char. Read More…
Fly Fishing Lake Dillon
Fly fishing instruction, guided trips and expert advice are at your fingertips from dozens of local outfitters near Lake Dillon. So don a pair of waders and cast for a variety of trout or cast your line from a raft or dory as you drift on one of many idyllic Summit County rivers and lakes! Read More…
Dillon Farmers’ Market and Shopping
Fresh produce, local crafts, tasty snacks at the summer farmers’ market. Or shop local stores for clothing, handbags and shoes, or enjoy the array of exquisite galleries that showcase one-of-a kind jewelry, fine art, and home furnishings.
On the shores of scenic Dillon Reservoir on the east end of Frisco’s charming Main Street, Frisco Bay Marina offers rental canoes, paddle boards, kayaks, pontoon boats, fishing boats and sailboats.