Public Invited to CLEANUP DAY at St. Vrain
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 16, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: St. Vrain State Park, 3785 Weld County Road 24 ½, Firestone
HOW: Interested volunteers are required to RSVP with Vicki Leigh, Statewide Volunteer Program Coordinator at email@example.com or by calling (303) 866-3203 X4355. Attendees are asked to check-in at registration tent between 8:30 & 9 a.m. Safety talk at 9 to 9:15 required. Volunteers need to be dressed for the weather including long pants, long sleeve tops, sturdy work boots, work gloves, hats, work gloves, rain gear, water bottles and snacks. Catered lunch with hamburgers, hotdogs, sides and beverages will be served.
Please be aware of these special regulations when fishing on Bald Eagle Pond:
Please see the Fishing Report on the Park Conditions page for a more detailed fishing report.
Fish species at St Vrain include: Bass, Crappie, Blue Gill, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed, Rainbow Trout, Carp, and Catfish.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CARRY YOUR FISHING LICENSE WITH YOU WHILE FISHING.
St. Vrain now offers a total of 87 campsites open for year-round camping. Site 1-41 have electric hookups at each site with water hydrants available to fill tanks and a dump station at the exit of the campground. Sites 42-87 have water, sewer, and electric hookups at each site. This addition to the park also added several new fishing ponds and two additional hiking trails.
Work will begin this fall on the new entrance station on County Road 7. Blue Heron Reservoir is nearly complete, but is not yet open for visitor use. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause as we improve the park for your enjoyment.
Current Park Weather
Fishing Wall of Fame
A 9-inch caught in Killdeer Pond by Braden Blochowitz in late June 2013
A 30 to 32-inch Tiger Muskie caught in Bald Eagle Pond by Erin Mauch on June 15th, 2013
Did you catch a whopper? Take a picture, and we just might add it to our new Fishing Wall of Fame!
To send in your picture for consideration, just fill out a photo release form and email it with the picture to firstname.lastname@example.org – be sure to include how big the fish was (length and/or weight), which pond you caught it from, and what kind of bait or rig you were using. The best picture each week will be added to the Wall!