Roxborough Cove, Chatfield Lake
11500 Roxborough Park Rd, Littleton, CO 80215
(303) 697 - 7433*
This special event only happens 3 times per month, when the full moon is shining down on Denver. Come join us for a night of paddleboarding, kayaking, canoeing, or corcling in the dark with a party afterwards!
Where? Chatfield State Park
When? 8pm-11pm on:
June 26, 27, 28, 29
July 25, 26, 27, 28
August 24, 25, 26, 27
What is included? a 1.5 hour rental of your choice of equipment and a 1.5 hour after party with music and BBQ (Please bring your own BBQ food as we do not sell any food).
How much does it cost? $75 per piece of equipment (Kayaks and Canoes are tandem).
What are you waiting for? Sign up now for this special event before it sells out!
Sumits Yoga is leading our stand-up paddle boarding yoga classes!
Classes will be Saturdays and Sundays 8-9:15am.
They will run from June 2nd-August 30th
To Register go to the Sumits Yoga Website: www.sumitsyogacolorado.com and click on SUMMER 2017 then SUP Yoga then go to my account and create an account!
Come out and join our instructor in a vigorous morning workout on the lake!
Classes will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:45-8:45am.
Our philosophy is that, team building and fun go hand in hand. We use a multitude of water crafts and engaging activities to facilitate effective and lasting relationships. Whether your goal is sales or team dynamics we can give you unique effective tools to achieve your goals.
Colorado Watersports has partnered with various different organizations in order to create a more fulfilling experience for or customers! Currently we are working with Sumits Yoga as well as the Boy Scouts of America! Click on the tabs on the drop down menu to learn more!
The above statement is one that we take very seriously in every aspect of our operations, from selecting our location to the type of boats we use to the wearing of lifejackets (all with whistles).
Our location is shown on in the picture below - notice that there is land on 3 sides (the shaded area to the right are mud flats, about 1 ft. deep). One of the facts about learning how to sail - to go upwind, you have to know what you are doing, so while you are learning, you are only going to go downwind. This means that our location is extremely safe in all winds, except if the wind blows from the South East. If the wind does start to blow from the South East (which it seldom does in the summer), we pull all of our equipment off the lake and do other activities. The owner of both the Victoria Sailing School and Colorado Watersports has been sailing professionally for over 45 years, recognized this safety feature when we selected this location.
And then we have our boats. We wanted a boat that was a) big enough for the kids weight not to cause a capsize and b) had enough sail combinations to satisfy the demands of teaching very young children through advanced adults.
We chose the Topaz Uno an English boat that has been manufacturing dinghies for generations. We can start off with a reefed mainsail, go to a full main, add a jib and then add a gennaker. After that we have a high performance mainsail.
For those of you who do not know how to sail, this is all probably gobbledygook, but it means that we can adjust the boat for the skill level.