Fishing in Thornton

Lakes & Fishing

Thornton lakes and fishing are open year round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. (except as noted).

All lakes are subject to Colorado Parks and Wildlife fishing regulations.

Warm water species (Bass, Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Perch and Sunfish) are found in most lakes except as noted.
Ice fishing is not allowed on any of Thornton’s lakes.
No swimming, wading or boating is allowed except as noted below.

  • Carpenter Park Lake
  • Civic Center Lake
  • Eastlake Nature Area – no fishing allowed
  • Grandview Ponds x 4 – minimum size for bass is 15”
  • Grange Creek Park Pond
  • Gravel Lakes x 2 – open March 15 to October 31. Hours are sunrise to sunset.
  • Walleye and Trout
  • Hunters Glen Lake – non motorized boats allowed
  • Lambertson Lakes x 3
  • Marshall Lake
  • Nott’s Pond
  • Park Village Pond
  • Sage Creek Park
  • Spratt Lake – hours are sunrise to sunset.
  • Woodglen Park Pond