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Colorado River State Park

Colorado River State Park
700 32 Road
Colorado 81520


This is an unusual park in that there are five separate areas along the Colorado River for this park, each with their own special recreational features. From Island Acres on the east, down to the river at Fruita, there is a variety of scenery, a wildlife area, and varied activities such as hiking, biking, picnicking, fishing, swimming, and more, to greet visitors. The 3 middle sections of the park are for day use only, and at each end there is camping. The campgrounds are in the Island Acres (I-70 at exit 47) and Fruita (I-70 at exit 19) areas, and they offer flush toilets, laundry facilities, coin-operated hot showers, barbecues, campfires, a dump station, firewood for sale, and vending machines. Camping fees may be reduced in winter, and an Aspen Leaf day use pass is required in addition to applicable camping fees.

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