Here at Carville’s Auto Mart, we love our camping. there are more than 4,000 campsites throughout Colorado state parks alone, so there is certainly no shortage of opportunities to get outside and enjoy nature while sitting around a fire and roasting a s’more. Are you looking for a public park to camp at near Grand Junction? Check out three public campgrounds near Grand Junction below!
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Where can I go camping in Grand Junction?
Saddlehorn Campground, at the Colorado National Monument, offers 80 campsites for visitors to enjoy. The campground offers reservable sites, along with walk-ins if the sites are not already spoken for. Additionally, those who enjoy a more primitive adventure can explore backcountry sites. Learn more here!
Grand Junction KOA
2819 US-50, Grand Junction, CO 81503
The Grand Junction KOA is breathtaking and offers views of red rock structures, hiking trails, rafting, mountain biking and more. The park offers RV sites, tent sites and lodging, Along with an Internet connection, a pool, mini-golf, cable TV and several other amenities that help provide a unique and fun family-friendly camping experience. Learn more here!
James M Robb – Colorado River State Park
361 32 Rd, Clifton, CO 81520
The James M. Robb State Park offers five sections for explorers to enjoy, but only Island Acres, Fruita Sections, offer campgrounds. The Island Acres section offers 65 sites ranging between full-hookup, electric and tent camping. Visitors can enjoy fishing lakes, two playgrounds and more. Meanwhile, the Fruita section offers 57 campsites to enjoy, with 22 full hook-up, 22 electric and 13 walk-in tent sites. Learn more here.
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