This trail within a peaceful stream corridor, named for Isaac Van Bibber who settled a farm near the creek in 1859, winds through beautiful open space areas that offer a “back to nature” experience close to home. Creekside woodlands and meadows harbor many species of birds and other wildlife, particularly between Ward Road and Indiana Street. 2.5 miles east of Indiana Street, 1 mile west of Easley Road.
Equestrians permitted from Ward Road to Indiana Street.
Activity Station/Rest Stop
An activity station/rest stop has been added to an area just west of the new Kipling Underpass along Van Bibber Creek Trail. Funded in part with a Jefferson County Open Space grant, a shaded picnic area and series of fitness equipment offer added recreation to one of Arvada's premiere Regional Trails. Take in views of the Harold D Lutz Baseball Fields along with views of foothill and mountain vistas. Ride your bike or take a walk on Van Bibber Creek Trail to check out this new trail feature.