Reserve a Park Shelter

Addenbrooke Park with lake

Are you looking to rent a shelter in a City of Lakewood park? There are a variety of parks throughout the city, including Bear Creek Lake Park, with 22 reservable park shelters.

Follow the directions below to view reservable shelter locations and make a reservation. For assistance, call 303-987-7800.

All 2024 shelter and camping reservations are now available. 2025 reservations will be available beginning January 2, 2025 at 10 a.m. MST.

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Bathrooms: Permanent bathrooms at Addenbrooke, Bear Creek Greenbelt, Carmody, Daniels, Kendrick Lake, Lakewood, O'Kane and Ray Ross Parks are open for the 2024 season. Port-o-lets will be available at Mountair and Morse Parks. 

Step 1.Choose your park.

There are 12 parks throughout Lakewood, including Bear Creek Lake Park, with 22 reservable park shelters to choose from with a variety of amenities. 
Once you choose your park you'll need to either click on the park in the "view parks" list or on the "Reserve Now" button below and complete the remaining steps.

View Parks With Reservable Shelters

Step 2.Choose your date, add to cart and check out.

You will be prompted to login or create an account.

Step 3.Pay.

You will need a credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Discover) to complete the transaction.

Step 4.Print your receipt and bring it with you on the date of your event.

 

Step 5.Ready?

Reserve Now

Need to rent a field or court in addition to your park shelter?

Field Reservation Request

Is this is special event that requires more than a simple shelter rental?

Community & Special Event Application

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Bathrooms: Permanent bathrooms at Addenbrooke, Bear Creek Greenbelt, Carmody, Daniels, Kendrick Lake, Lakewood, O'Kane and Ray Ross Parks will open for the season April 15. Port-o-lets will be available at Mountair and Morse Parks.

Bear Creek Lake Park shelters:
For Bear Creek Lake Park shelter reservations, call the park's Visitor Center at 303-697-6159.

All other park shelters:
For City of Lakewood urban park shelters, call the Community Resources office at 303-987-7800.