St Vrain State Park is located about seven miles east of Longmont, just north of Highway 119. There are eight small camping areas in the park (Sandpiper, Mallard, Pelican, Bald Eagle Point, Coot Pond, Kestrel, Red Tail Pond, and Tail Feathers Loops) totaling 87 campsites. These sites are situated among ten ponds containing both warm and cold water fish species. The ponds are stocked with trout. There are four concrete disabled accessible fishing piers. The park has an abundance of birds and waterfowl for those who enjoy wildlife viewing. Scattered deciduous trees provide shade in some areas of the campgrounds. Traffic noise from Interstate 25 can be bothersome at times. Facilities include vault and flush toilets, showers, water, electric hookups and a dump station. Roads through the park are gravel. A daily parks pass or annual pass is required to camp in the park.
The campground is open year round. Reservations are accepted.
|60 sites||Disabled facilities|
|Drinking water||Elevation: 4,830 feet|
|Reservations accepted||Dump station|
|Link to ReserveAmerica.com|
*Note: Search for the state park name.
Also reserve by calling:
Denver area: 303-470-1144
Toll free: 800-678-2267
St Vrain State Park : 303-678-9402
HIKING: Four miles of trails and unpaved roads wind through the park.
BOATING: Only non-motorized boats or canoes are permitted on the ponds.
WILDLIFE VIEWING: Waterfowl, shorebirds, songbirds and raptors fill the sky over this outstanding watchable wildlife area most of the year.
Exit I-25 on Colorado 119 west, then north on County Road 7 until it ends into County Road 24 1/2. Turn right to the park entrance.
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