ST. VRAIN STATE PARK: ANGLERS ENJOY HIGH-WATER MARK
Credit: COLORADO OUTDOORS ONLINE
Nestled in the crook between two major highways, within close proximity to Denver, Boulder and Loveland, St. Vrain State Park sits at the epicenter of Colorado’s northern Front Range. Encompassing approximately 800 acres of land and water, the park’s abundant, year-round recreation opportunities attract a variety of visitors for camping, birding, wildlife viewing, hiking, boating and fishing.
In September of 2013, St. Vrain experienced massive flooding, which completely reshaped the park and altered its ecosystems. Thankfully, not all of the impacts were negative. In fact, the flood waters introduced some exciting changes at St. Vrain, especially for fishermen.
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