Facility Rentals


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The Town of Grand Lake Community House, Point Park, Lakefront Park Upper & Lower, Heckert Pavilion, Pitkin Annex, and Board Room are Town rentals available for public and private functions. Rental of properties requires a completed Facility Use Agreement and are subject to applicable fees and refundable deposits as determined by the Town of Grand Lake Board of Trustees. Fees and refundable deposits must be paid by separate checks and are due at the time of application submittal. Set up and tear down is chargeable time and will be included in rental time. Trash removal is the responsibility of the applicant; Pay It As You Throw It bags are available for purchase at Town Hall, Mountain Food Market, Conoco, and the Grand Lake Center. All caterers, rental companies, or associated businesses are required to have a Town of Grand Lake business license. Wedding parties may throw birdseed, but rice is NOT permitted. Triangle Park, Pioneer Park, and the west side of Lakefront Park to include the Gazebo are open to the public but cannot be reserved. To check the availability of the rental facilities click on the calendar below. Reservations for the upcoming year will not be accepted until after January 15th. Contact Town Hall with questions at town@townofgrandlake.com or 970-627-3435.

                                                                                        

Facility Use Agreement                Point Park Application                     Facility Rental Calendar       

Community House

Community House

Located in Town Square Park, the Community House has served numerous purposes since its construction. Currently owned by the Town of Grand Lake, the structure is rented for a variety of public and private events all year through. The facility has been used for everything from small group meetings to large family gatherings. The Community House includes use of a full kitchen, stage, screen for with with a projector (projector is not provided), restroom access and blackout shades to darken the room. 8 round tables that sit 6 people, and 50 chairs are available for use upon request. Wifi access is not available. A $225 deposit is required upon application and is refundable if the Community House and kitchen are left in good condition to include trash removal, floors swept, kitchen cleaned, and there are no damages. The Community House is handicap accessible.   

Capacity: 175  
Deposit:  $25 key deposit + $200 damage and cleaning deposit                                               
Fees:       $175/half day (4 hours), $400/full day - Private Function or Pecuniary Event 
                $50/half day (4 hours), $100/full day - Government, Non-Profits or Special District

Point Park

Point Park 

Owned by the United State Forest Service (USFS), the Town of Grand Lake aids in the management of this unique park.  Bordered by Grand Lake and the Shadow Mountain Connecting Channel, the park offers ample access to non-motorized boats and fishing as well as an ideal place for picnicking, family events and outdoor weddings. The park can be reserved for 4 hours for one function and includes the use of the dock. Also included in the park reservation are 4 picnic tables, 3 outdoor charcoal grills, and restroom access. The lawn area can accommodate seating. The Town does not provide chairs. There are 7 parking spaces with 2 handicap spaces. Electric outlets are available at the restroom building and access must be requested in advance. Alcohol, tents and pets are not permitted in Point Park. Point Park is handicap accessible.

Specifics: the dock is 36' long, 11' wide with a 19' angled apron. Restrooms are 275' from the dock. 

To Google Point Park use the nearest house 729 Shadow Mountain Lane, Grand Lake, CO. Point Park is not in the center of Town. 

Driving Directions: Turn right at the first street (Center Drive) after entering Town from Highway 34. At the stop sign turn left onto Marina Drive. When Marina Drive ends (in 2 blocks), turn right onto Cairns Avenue, then take the second left onto Shadow Mountain Lake. Point Park will be on the right. 

Capacity:  74  
Deposit:  N/A                                              
Fees:       N/A


Gene Stover Lakefront Park - Upper & Lower

Lakefront Park Lower

Gene Stover Lakefront Park is a park located on the north shores of Grand Lake. The Park consists of a municipal parking lot and the Town of Grand Lake's Lake Avenue right-of-way. The park extends from Hancock Street to the east to Ellsworth Street to the west. The park is mostly developed on the east side which consists of public restroom facilities, a sandy beach, grassy areas with picnicking shelters and ample seating for lake viewing. Headwaters Marina, the public boat docks as well as a large fishing pier are located in Lakefront Park. No alcohol is permitted in Lakefront Park.

Lower Lakefront Park accommodates 25 people and includes 2 picnic tables under a sheltered covering, beach access, restroom access and use of the lawn area for games, picnic area, or setting up personal lawn chairs. The lawn area is approximately 15' by 35'. Electricity is available; access must be requested in advance. Dogs are permitted but must not be running at large. Lower Lakefront Park is handicap accessible and can be reserved for 4 hours for one function.

Upper Lakefront Park overlooks the lake. It accommodates 8 people and consists of one sheltered picnic table. There are no grills or electricity available, and it is not handicap accessible. Dogs are permitted but must not be running at large. Upper Lakefront Park can be reserved for 4 hours for one function.

Capacity:  8 - Upper, 25 - Lower  
Deposit:  N/A                                              
Fees:      $10/hour - Private Function or Pecuniary Event 
               $7/hour - Government, Non-Profits or Special District
               $25/use -  Electricity Use 


Heckert Pavilion

Heckert Pavilion

Located  in Town Square Park the Heckert Pavilion includes 23 picnic tables under a sheltered covering with roll down tarps on the sides for use during inclement weather. Restrooms and electricity are available. Electricity access must be requested in advance. The pavilion can be reserved for 4 hours for one function. Dogs are permitted but must not be running at large. Use of the adjacent Town Square Park may be restricted if it is reserved for a community function. The pavilion is handicap accessible. No alcohol or grills are permitted at the Heckert Pavilion.

Capacity: 110   
Deposit:  N/A                                              
Fees:      $20/hour - Private Function or Pecuniary Event 
               $10/hour - Government, Non-Profits or Special District
               $25/use -  Electricity Use 


Gazebo

Gazebo

Located  in Town Square Park, next to the Juniper Library, the Gazebo can accommodate 8 - 12 people. The gazebo is 12' by 12' on the interior with a 4' wide entrance. Restrooms and electricity are available. Electricity access must be requested in advance. The gazebo can be reserved for 4 hours for one function. The gazebo is not handicap accessible. No alcohol or cooking is permitted in the gazebo or on the lawn area surrounding the gazebo. 

Capacity: 8 - 12 
Deposit:  N/A                                              
Fees:       $25/use -  Electricity Use 

Pitkin Annex




Serving as the former Town Library, the Pitkin Annex is located in Town Square Park at the corner of Pitkin Street and Park Avenue. The annex  interior is 25' by 60', is handicap accessible, has restrooms access, and can accommodate 25 people. The Pitkin Annex can be reserved for 4 hours for one function. A $225 deposit is required upon application and is refundable if the annex is left in good condition to include trash removal, clean, and there are no damages. Alcohol and cooking are not permitted in the Pitkin Annex. 

Capacity: 25  
Deposit: 
$25 key deposit + $200 damage and cleaning deposit                                               
Fees:      
$10/hour - Private Function or Pecuniary Event 
                $7/hour - Government, Non-Profits or Special District


Board Room



Located in Town Hall, the Board Room serves as the meeting location for the Board of Trustees, Planning Commission, and various Town committees and public meetings. Availability of the board room is limited as government functions have priority. The board room can be reserved for 4 hours for one function and includes use of the kitchen. Town Hall is handicap accessible and includes restroom access. Wifi access is not available. Food is not allowed on the board table and alcohol is not allowed

Capacity:  42 
Deposit:  
N/A                                               
Fees:       
N/A