Ladora Lake

EASY 85 reviews

Ladora Lake is a 1.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Commerce City, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

1.9 miles
22 feet

kid friendly




nature trips


trail running




wild flowers



no dogs

4 days ago

Great views!

1 month ago

A nice walk with the recent weather we've been having. We stopped for a long chat with some prairie dogs on the way.

2 months ago

it's a nice, easy trail but short.

3 months ago

5 months ago

Nice and easy hike. A couple of very small beaches along the lake. Family friendly, popular trail.

6 months ago

Nice walking trail around lakes, marsh, and open prairie. Super quiet in the evening. Saw bison, great horned owl, great blue heron, cormorants, deer, prairie dogs and more!!

6 months ago

Trail head not clearly marked, also lack of signs within refugee to find parking. Multiple road closures not helpful to start. That being said the Lake is beautiful!

6 months ago

great natures own place

6 months ago

love it

7 months ago

great place to get way for a bit

8 months ago

nice little hike

mountain biking
8 months ago

Closed for biking

9 months ago

Loved it so much to see & very beautiful. Just make sure to bring the bug spray.

10 months ago

Flat, pretty, plenty of wildlife for so close to the city - a few bison, a ferret in the display area, waterfowl that aren't native to the area, and dozens of chirruping prairie dogs. They area is currently in a controlled burn program, so many of the fields are black, one still smoking, and a few where the green sprouts are pushing up past the char ... very striking. No pets! When I walked it on Saturday just after noon, there were few other hikers, so I'm not sure about the "heavily trafficked" description. There are quite a variety of trails, so you can do a very short or a very long hike. I hiked the outer loop and then went off trail and made a two hour hike of it.

10 months ago

NO DOGS!! It's posted... arguably in plain view. Ignorance almost got us.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Nothing spectacular, but the proximity to Denver is appealing when we don't have enough time to drive up to the mountains, or for a snow-free spot during much of the winter. The chance to see bison is a nice perk of the Arsenal, too!

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Nice that it's so close to the city, and great that it's so empty most of the time. Haven't caught any fish in the times we tried, but it's good for a nature walk.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Very beautiful walk and rather easy, definitely one I'll be back to visit

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Another nice place to hike, bird-watch and fish in the middle of the city. Free entry and if you hit it at the right time, you'll see bison roaming the plains. I've seen plenty of birds, bison, snakes, prairie dogs and other animals on my hikes.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Nice and quite

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