There is nothing better than packing up the Winnebago and hitting the open road. So, before you hitch up and head out, grab your trusty travel map or ask Siri to navigate you to Grand Junction, Colorado pronto! Wide-open vistas of diverse geological landscapes await your arrival. Grand Junction is surrounded by striking landscapes including canyons, rivers, mountains, lakes, high desert, and forests so no matter where you park, you are a short drive from majestic views.
RV Campgrounds in Grand Junction
Grand Junction has some of the best RV parks in the state – none of which require bouncing up a dirt road and risking a flat tire. Considering you are surrounded by over 1.5 million acres of public land, the respite you are searching for is literally a stone’s throw away.
Grand Junction KOA Holiday
This KOA campground is a smorgasbord of kid-friendly, family-centric activities. The Grand Junction KOA Holiday is family-owned and locally operated. The 7-acre campground has a swimming pool, a mini-golf course, a game room, bike rentals, a playground, and an outdoor movie theater ensuring there’s never a dull moment in this fifth-wheel fantasy! Settle into this popular RV park and enjoy the numerous Grand Junction attractions. To cover all your essential camping amenities, the KOA offers a dump station, hot showers, dog runs, ice, propane, ample amounts of shade and a convenience store on-site. In addition to standard and deluxe RV sites, tent sites and cabin rentals are also available. Although we recommend unplugging, there is free Wi-Fi and cable at all sites.
Canyon View RV Resort
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Grand Junction’s largest RV park, Canyon View RV Resort, offers views of the Book Cliffs, the largest continuous cliff face in the United States, and dramatic vistas of the Colorado National Monument’s red rock canyons - proving that Canyon View is aptly named. Each of the 160 full hook-up sites is extra-long and wide to accommodate even the largest rigs and also includes a concrete patio with a picnic table and a fire ring. Additionally, there is free WiFi, fiber optic upgrades, and individual baths and showers. Canyon View offers resort amenities like a heated pool with a long ledge immersed in the water so you can lay out and relax while remaining cool. There is also an espresso bar, an on-site convenience store, and a community clubhouse with a lounge and a game room. Family-friendly attractions include a splash pad and playground and recreational opportunities like pickleball, volleyball, soccer and a picnic pavilion. Four-legged family members will not be left out at this dog-friendly campground – there are two designated dog parks.
Photo: Camp Eddy
Sitting on the edge of the Colorado River, Camp Eddy is Grand Junction's newest RV park. This premier campground has everything from spacious and full hook-up RV sites to tiny homes and fully renovated airstreams designed with an artistic flair. Wake up next to the soothing sounds of the river and try your hand at some of the outdoor activities that surround this great location. Within 300 feet from your campsite, you can walk or ride your bike along the Riverfront Trail, swim in the Colorado River, and even rent a paddleboard from Grand Junction Adventures. Camp Eddy is pet-friendly and has a designated off-leash dog park - making it a great place for your canine companions too! Be sure to also check out the brand new zipline, Riverfront Zip Adventures, which sweeps you across the Colorado River and the Butterfly Pond at Las Colonias Park.
Junction West RV Park
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Nestled on the west edge of Grand Junction is Junction West RV Park. Enjoy extra-wide pull-through sites that offer full hook-ups and picnic tables. Pop the slides out, kick your feet up and watch the kiddos horse around on the jungle gym or test their strength on the onsite climbing wall. If you’re hoping to set up camp for a couple of nights and explore all that Grand Junction has to offer, you are in the right place! Junction West offers tiled showers, private dressing areas, and an air-conditioned laundry room. Plan to explore Downtown Grand Junction, a designated park, and Colorado National Monument, the national park you’ve never heard of. Looking for additional recommendations? Grand Junction locals are super friendly and will be happy to share their favorite trail, watering hole, and restaurant – just ask while you are out and about!