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Colorado Staunton State Park

Characteristics updated 9 months ago
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Staunton State Park is Colorado's newest state park in Park and Jefferson counties, 6 miles west of Conifer, Colorado, and ~45 minutes from Denver. The close-to-4000-acre park, which opened on May 18, 2013, includes dramatic rock outcroppings, several streams, and beautiful waterfalls. The park offers several fishing options ranging from off-the-beaten-path ponds stocked with Brookies to Davis Ponds stocked with Rainbows near the entrance. Like all state and national parks, an entrance fee and fishing license are required.

Characteristics & Metrics

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⋅ Jun 04, 2023
Elk Pond Falls was slightly off-color due to massive rain this spring.
GPS
39.4969,-105.3821
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Segments

* 1 segment listed for the Staunton State Park
Name Fishy Updated
Elk Falls Pond · Super Fishy 9 months ago

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Notations

Craig Hoffman

9 months ago

Super fun trail run to Elk Falls Pond. Tied on a size 16 green drake and almost every cast hooked into a Brookie. The park service probably just restocked it. This makes a fun run/fish.

Known Fish

Known Fish of the Staunton State Park
Type Species Up To
Trout Brook 8 in.
Trout Rainbow 8 in.
* Fish likely to be found. Size is a approximation.