Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Welcome to the St. Vrain State Park Department!

With much to offer, this park is an ideal destination for those who want a break in the great outdoors.

An easy to reach location alongside north I-25 between Denver and Ft. Collins at Highway 119, St. Vrain State Park [formerly Barbour Ponds], with 236 acres of water and 604 acres of recreational land, is a great place for fishermen, campers, photographers, birders, and anyone who loves to enjoy nature.

In the park, fishermen will find many opportunities to seek out their next big catch. The ponds are stocked several times a year with selected species. Park visitors are treated to breathtaking views of Longs Peak and the Rockies with ample opportunities to see a variety of wildlife that live in the park. It is a wonderful place for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages!

Upcoming Activities   Calendar


 Sign Up


Get Involved

Accepting Applications for the following Volunteer Types:

Become a Volunteer Today!

You can make a difference by becoming a Colorado Parks and Wildlife volunteer. By becoming a volunteer you can learn new skills, meet new people, and visit new landscapes. Outdoor stewardship will become a new and rewarding aspect of your life. Have fun and give something back at the same time!

View Opportunities...