Barr Lake State Park is part of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife System. This 2,715-acre park in Brighton, Colorado, offers a boardwalk, birding opportunities and wildlife viewing stations. This state park is a 15-minute drive from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.
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Entering The Park
There is one entrance to enter the Park.
The annual affixed pass is $83. This annual pass allows you access to all of the parks in the Colorado State Park System. There are pass options for veterans, individuals over 64 years old, and income-eligible individuals. Visit the Official Colorado State Park Entrance Pass page to learn more.
Barr Lake State Park is at 13401 Picadilly Road, Brighton, Colorado 80603.
From Denver: Take I-76 northeast. Take Exit 22 to Bromley Lane. Go east to Piccadilly Road, then south to the park entrance.
From E-470: From E-470 exit 34, 120th Avenue. Go east to Tower Road Turn left onto Tower Road and follow pavement to Piccadilly Road. Make a on Piccadilly. Park entrance is about a mile on the left.
What You Can Do
Some of these activities may be seasonal, require an additional fee or have limitations and/or restrictions. We recommend checking with the park for additional information, such as safety equipment, hours, locations within the park, and any potential hazards that may exist.