The park offers great scenery and is a popular area for hiking, biking, picnicking, fishing, and swimming near the Colorado National Monument
and the Grand Mesa. Colorado River State Park is actually five sections of beautiful stops along the Colorado River as it flows through the Grand Junction
area, from Island Acres on the east through Corn Lake, Wildlife Area, Connected Lakes and down the river to Fruita. The trail system winds through stands of tall trees and along the banks of this famous magnificent western river. Visitors can stop along the way to enjoy great fishing and picnics in scenic settings. For camping at the Colorado River, try Island Acres, the eastern "anchor" to Colorado River State Park. A popular picnic and swimming spot, Island Acres offers great scenery, cool breezes, fishing and sightseeing, near the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa.
For camping at the Colorado River, try Island Acres or Fruita.