Bald Eagle Pond Loop

on Last Chance Ditch in St. Vrain State Park, CO
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On the south side of the entrance road is Bald Eagle Pond, home to bass, crappies, bluegill, perch and catfish.  This approximately one mile trail leads away from the day-use picnic area and encircles the pond, with easy access to the banks for fishing.  Small cottonwoods flank the edges of the pond and meadows spread into the quiet, serene, natural beauty of the park. Look towards the tall cottonwood on the island in the northwest corner of the pond to see why it’s called Bald Eagle Pond.

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You can extend the loop by another half mile by heading around Coot Pond, or just enjoy it off to your side on this route’s smaller loop. 

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