Things To Do in Vega State Park

Learn more about the rentals available at Vega Lodge as well as suggested things to do during your stay. Guests are encouraged to stay and play in the area and take advantage of the beautiful scenery of Vega State Park. 

All renters must be over 18 for boards and 21 for boat, have their ID, and wear safety equipment at all times while operating or aboard rentals.

Half Day rentals are AM shift 9-12:45 & PM shift 1-5. A Full Day goes from 9am - 5pm.

RENTALS AT VEGA LODGE

Kayaks
Get out and enjoy the lake in one of our kayaks. Half-day for $25, Full Day for $40. We will also have a double kayak soon! Call us to reserve.

Stand Up Paddle Board
Have some fun with a stand-up paddleboard. Rents for $30 for a half-day and $50 for a full day.

Pontoon Boat

Take the family or some friends out and enjoy Vega Lake for the day! Rents for $300 per day including a tank of fuel.

Snowmobiling
Take our snowmobiles out for a spin. 


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Boating

Spend a day on the water of Vega Reservoir with the watersport of your choice! The reservoir is open to all watercraft including jet skis, wind surfing, and water skiing. Rent a pontoon boat for some fishing from the water. If you want something a little more active, try out a paddleboard, kayak, or canoe. Rentals are available at Vega Lodge and guests are welcome to bring their own gear as well.

Fishing

Vega Reservoir is the largest in the Grand Mesa area and draws fisherman from all over the state. It's known for its phenomenal coldwater fishing. Cast out a line and you can expect to reel in brown trout, cutbow trout and other coldwater fish varieties.

Off-Roading

Bring your all-terrain vehicles for some off-roading in Vega State Park. Set out on one of the trails surrounding Vega Reservoir on your four-wheelers, quad ATVs, and off-road cars for a day's ride. You will see wildlife including deer, marmots, and birds. ATVs are not available for rent at Vega Lodge and will need to be brought in by guests.
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