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St. Vrain State Park, Longmont

(3.2/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • We stayed 4 nights in a fifth wheeel.. It's a great campground to go out on day trips. Boulder, Rocky Mt. National Park, Denver... Trails around the ponds but no hiking. Mostly a place to camp. Some h...  more »
  • This state park is located right off the freeway (in fact it's a little too close to the freeway for some people), but the traffic sound was not significant. Getting to it is another story...they are ...  more »
  • Stayed here one night while traveling west to get together with friends that live in Longmont. We had a beautiful site right on one of the ponds. Had a picnic table under a cover structure, concrete t...  more »
  • July, 2014. A very nice State Park that has fully recovered from Sept 2013 flood damage. Beautiful pond-side FHU campsites, that in addition to level concrete pad, surrounding area is raked level and swept after each departure. Has u-pay showers and spotless restroom facilities. No wifi. A great park for birding; we had great view of Bald Eagle fledglings in their nest, plus saw Blue Herons, Canadian Geese, Red Wing Blackbirds and several species of flycatchers. In addition to nightly fee, unless you have annual park pass, you will be charged an $7 daily access fee. Would definitely stay here again!
  • Great place to stay. RV spots are good with a decent amount of space. They only have electric sites but also have a dump/water station. Interstate is nearby but the noise isn't bad... Great price but unfortunately you can only stay 14 nights in 45 days, which is a state park rule.
  • Good camper spot. Ponds for fishing. Easy access.large sites with minimal trees. Lots of wild life around. Very scenic.
  • Been going to this park most of the summer. great place, big tress in some areas, new area new trees have been added but its going to take a few years to grow. Most spots are near a pond so not far to walk to. People are friendly, as well as the staff. Park Rangers are driving by often, nice to see that. They do stop and talk plus they do verify you have correct licenses. Nice they check to make sure everyone is safe, Most camping spots are large for plenty of space. They do have full connections but we like the areas with large trees for shade. Very clean!
  • Convenient location to i25. Clean, level, large sites with a great view of the mountains. A little dusty and short on shade. Interstate noise wasn't that bad even in the closest site to the highway couldn't even hear it in the camper.