Cool Off in our Very Own Beach And Boating Area
Trying to cool off during those hot summer months? Check out the Lake Laura Beach & Boating Center. For a small fee, you can spend the entire summer day lounging on the grassy beach while the kids swim and play in tranquil Lake Laura.
For rent are canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and paddleboards, just waiting for a great day spent on and in the water.
Bryce Resort operates a private fenced in beach area at Lake Laura which is open to the public for a fee. There is a sandy beach play area for the little ones; more accomplished swimmers love racing out to the floating docks; and mom and dad will enjoy relaxing in the sun or under the shade of the trees. While there is always a lake attendant, there is NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY.
No one admitted under 16 without a parent or guardian.
Please be aware that the walk to the beach area includes a large uphill section. Also, the beach area is a smoke-free zone.
Snacks, soft drinks, and life jackets are available. Pets, alcoholic beverages and grills are not permitted.
Hours of Operation
2016 Summer Hours
May 28 - June 12 - Weekends/Holidays Only
June 13 - September 5 - Open Daily
Weekdays - 11AM -5PM Weekends/Holidays - 11AM - 6PM
Beach Admission Rates
Bryce Resort Members - Free
Children 3 and under - Free
4 years of age and older - $8
Season Pass Rates
If you live nearby or are a frequent visitor to Lake Laura, why not purchase a season pass?
Family Pass - $175
Single Pass - $75
Paddle Boards, paddleboats and canoes are available for rent at the beach area. The hours of operation are the same as the beach area.
Canoes - $15 per hour
Kayaks - $20 per hour
Paddle Boards - $20 per hour
Paddle Boats - $20 per hour
Life Jackets - $5 daily
Note: Last paddleboat or canoe rentals will be available 1 hour and 15 minutes before beach closing. Life jackets are included with boat rentals. Due to weather conditions, hours of operation are subject to change.
Private boats are permitted on Lake Laura throughout the year. Only electric motors are allowed. Boats stored on Resort property require a valid permit. The annual fee is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. Permits may be purchased at the lake office.