2018 James M Robb-Colorado River State Park-Fruita section

This campground was very nice and setup in such a way that many spots were pull-thru .  Paved lots, covered picnic area with picnic table and a fire pit.  There is a pond for fishing but no swimming is allowed.  Tent sites and group camp sites are also available.

The Colorado River flows along the banks of the park.

Gypsy relaxing on the shore of the Colorado River
Gypsy relaxing on the shore of the Colorado River

The river is popular for rafting.

Floating down the Colorado River
Floating down the Colorado River

Nala had a chance to cool off from the 100 degree heat in the Colorado River

Nala cooling off
Nala cooling off

The park also has spacious area for groups for picnics, these area needs to be reserved prior to gathering.  The picnic areas are covered with picnic tables and grills.  Horseshoe pits and a volleyball court are also located at this group picnic site.

The Colorado scenery was fabulous, going out early in the morning to see sights and staying in air conditioning in the heat of the afternoon.

One mountain formation was named ‘Praying Hands”

Praying Hands
Praying Hands

To the end of every day there was always a fabulous sunset.

We really enjoyed our stay at this state park, and it comes with our recommendation.

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