James M. Robb - Colorado River State Park, Grand Junction
(3.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This state park is well maintained with spacious campsites. The location and setting is hard to beat. A home away from home kind of feeling. Most of what a traveler would need is just a short distance...  more »
  • I needed a place to camp and was unable to make reservations on the weekend near Ouray, Co. I settled for James M Robb state park which is not your average state park. It's on the edge of the town In ...  more »
  • We stayed at the island acres section for three nights. Chose this park because we were in the area to visit friends in Mesa, CO. Lovely state park. We had a huge site surrounded by grass. Gravel pull...  more »
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  • If you are a tent camper WATCH OUT. Only stay one night and leave. The staff there are nuts! If you stay longer they will assume you are vagrants or smuggling pot and begin harassing you. We spent about a week here off and on while visiting the area and noticed the staff grow suspicious of us, asking questions about who we were and our business there. It was just me and my elderly mother visiting the area doing nothing wrong. There is an older park cop there who was aggressive and started harassing me . We locked our keys in our car. Could hear the staff at office joking and laughing about us within hearing distance. Saw an younger officer with drawn gun two nights in a row in camping areas for whatever reason. The staff there made us both very uncomfortable. Never going back.
  • COLORADO as a whole is wonderful.. this park was no exception.. the views were breathtaking. All the Rangers were nice and helpful.. wonderful place
  • Great place to camp and access the National Monument and surrounding sites. Pull through RV sites are private. Ours had a blossoming lavender plant. Bathrooms and showers all very clean. Water tastes good out of the tap. River nearby provides a nice walk and gorgeous sunset. Staff were very friendly. And no bathroom smell... Not sure how the other reviewers had any problems. Everything feels new and well maintained, including the built in shade at each site. Downsides: typical highway noise of an RV campground. Also, the Taco Bell across the street has what's gotta be the brightest light in the county. the pull throughs were a tiny bit small for our 24' 5th wheel, but certainly manageable. Would highly recommend and would stay there again.
  • I would give them 0 Stars if I could - all for rudeness! It's a nice Campground. Just get reservations ahead of time so you don't have to talk to the jerks. There is no excuse for even bureaucrats to act that way.
  • Nicely laid out and maintained Colorado SP. Sites are big and well spaced, grounds are well maintained, laundry is available. Verizon and AT&T were both 4G and fast. There are a couple of lakes that are off limits due to E. Coli contamination but there is also the river if you want to let your dog swim (we'll hope it was ok). The best part is the access into Fuita, just a short easy bike ride away. The Copper Club brewery is a chill small town spot with excellent beer. The Hot Tomato has really good pizza. The only negative is the noise coming off I70 and an occasional whiff of something foul that makes you think a water treatment plant might be near by.