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Sylvan Lake State Park

Description

Among aspen glades and high-mountain timber, Sylvan Lake provides serenity in an alpine park perfect for daydreaming. Non-motorized boating and non-electrical camping offer the opportunity for quiet recreation at this gateway to the White River National Forest and the Holy Cross Wilderness. The lush vegetation in the aspen forest provides habitat for a variety of mammals, including marmots, black bear, pine marten, coyote, and porcupine. The majority of bird species are those common to montane riparian shrublands and thick conifer/aspen forests, such as broad-tailed hummingbirds and mountain bluebirds. Bald eagles are frequent winter residents to the park. Colorado Parks and Wildlife gets everyone outdoors! Attracting more than 12 million visitors per year, Colorado's 43 State Parks are a vital cornerstone of Colorado's economy and quality of life. Colorado State Parks encompass 224,447 land and water acres, offering some of the best outdoor recreation destinations in the state. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a leader in providing opportunities for outdoor recreation, protecting the state’s favorite landscapes, teaching generations about nature and partnering with communities.

Address 15000 Brush Creek Road
(PO Box 1475)
Eagle, CO 81631 Eagle
Phone

(970) 328-2021

Acronym

Email

sylvan.lake.park@state.co.us

Website

www.parks.state.co.us



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Sylvan Lake Campground Host

This is an ongoing opportunity.

Sylvan Lake State Park

Hosts: Campground/Site/Trail
This high mountain park is an angler's paradise, offering wonderful fishing, beautiful views and many other recreational opportunities. Surrounded by White River National Forest, the park consists of ... read more

Sylvan Lake Special Projects

This is an ongoing opportunity.

Sylvan Lake State Park

Parks and Open Space Management Assistance
Can you: Write and develop outdoor interpretive signs for self-guiding trails or roadside exhibits. Recruit other volunteers. Lead a nature hike or give programs about birds, wildflowers or a... read more
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