The town of Grand Lake is a lovely small town located on the eastern shore of Grand Lake. Grand Lake, the town, is the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Families have gathered here for summer vacations for years.
The town has kept its small town and rustic feeling, still maintaining their wooden sidewalks and old-time store fronts.
The lake is large, clear, beautiful and is the deepest natural lake in Colorado. All types of boats are allowed on the lake. Pontoon boats can be rented at the marina for fishing or a lazy day on the lake. There is a small park on the shore for picnics or just enjoying the scenery.
Shadow Mountain Lake and Lake Granby are within a few minutes drive from the town of Grand Lake. Boating is also allowed on these lakes.