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steve_jones 11-03-2006 1:39 PM

For those that are in the Denver area; I stopped by Standley Lake a couple days ago on my run and spoke with the guys there. In short, here is the scoop for passes next year. <BR> <BR>They will sell 550 passes at $850 or $900 each, they haven't decided yet. It will be a lottery system. Application packets will be available on January 2, 2007. Due back by 4pm on February 5, 2007. <BR> <BR>Prior to the lottery, you will be required to ensure your application is correct by logging onto their website at <a href="http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/res/recfac/SL" target="_blank">www.ci.westminster.co.us/res/recfac/SL</a> <BR> <BR>If you win, you'll make payment. More specifics are on their website. <BR> <BR>Also, I'm working on an agreement for up to 3 private lakes. These are still in the works, so nothing specific to announce. <BR> <BR>The lakes are in North/West Denver. Cost will be approximately $2500/year with a $2500-$5000 initiation fee. Protected and possibly indoor boat storage will be available at the site. The lake(s) will be available daily except 2-3 days each season. We will host a couple of wake tournaments this year(evenings)and possibly a stop from one of the pro's that tour each year. For those that don't own a boat, we will have at least 1, 2007 Nautique and a Malibu VLX for getting pulls in. The facility may have lights for evening/night sets among other things. <BR> <BR>If you are interested, send me a PM and I'll put you on a list on a first come, first serve basis. Note: I will not be releasing any information about location at this time.

jsxstar 11-03-2006 4:51 PM

Steve, <BR> <BR>This is kinda off topic but since your from CO i had to ask. Im finishing school at DU right now and will be graduated in June. I will have my boat here for most of arpil may and june until i head back to seattle. I was wondering if you know any other good storage place or to ride.

steve_jones 11-04-2006 5:35 PM

Not sure where DU is? (Denver University?) I know of a couple decent places to store boats in the Westminster area, but nothing that's good and heated. I store mine in Englewood because it's heated but I've been looking around because I can't pick up or drop off on the weekends and it's a long way to my house. Very annoying. Hit me up PM if you want more info.

epic1 11-06-2006 9:39 AM

down near DU's campus, Chatfield, cherry creek res. and a few others. Nothing great. Steve, Start a club, and I am in to pay.

colorider 11-06-2006 11:55 AM

Steve thanks for the post. Expect a minumum of 2500 people going after those 550 permits.. Good luck to everyone putting in for the lottery.

tcluv85 11-07-2006 12:20 AM

Wait...boats are allowed on Cherry Creek Res now???? I lived in Cherry Creek in the early 80s and I don't ever remember seeing a boat out there. But I do remember 4 feet of snow at the end of April.

epic1 11-07-2006 7:28 AM

yeah, someone dies almost yearly...

kylielogan 11-07-2006 8:27 AM

JS - if you feel like making the trip, you can hit up the bigger lakes for a drive, like horsetooth, carter, pueblo, maybe jackson lake out east. some of those places are pretty good, especially if you can get out there during the week. call up tommy's or s&amp;w marine maybe for some storage recommendations.

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