St. Vrain State Park
|St. Vrain State Park|
Bald Eagle Pond in the park.
|Location||Weld County, Colorado, USA|
|Nearest city||Longmont, CO|
|Area||688 acres (2.78 km2)|
|Governing body||Colorado Parks and Wildlife|
St. Vrain State Park, formerly known as Barbour Ponds is a Colorado state park. The park hosts year-round camping. It is a popular birding destination, hosting the states largest rookery of Blue Heron, it is home to several other bird species as well including migrating waterfowl, songbirds and the occasional bald eagle. Other park activities include year round fishing and hiking. There are plans for a reservoir to be built at the park named Blue Heron Reservoir.
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