St. Vrain State Park, formerly known as Barbour Ponds is a Colorado state park in Longmont. This park offers 604 acres of land and 152 acres of water split among several ponds.
St. Vrain contains a total of 87 (dry, electric-only, and full hookup) campsites in eight campgrounds located on or near the banks of seven ponds at the east end of the park available year-round. Your campsite will be an easy walk away from fishing, kayaking, or simply birdwatching on the bumpy, but mostly wheelchair-accessible trails that circle the ponds.
Muskrat Run Nature Trail, Bald Eagle Pond Trail, Blue Heron Trail, Red Tail Pond Trail, Coot Pond Trail, Pelican Pond Nature Trail – bumpy, but mostly wheelchair-accessible