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This is our third full summer at this park and we plan to come back every summer from now on. We like that there are tar roads throughout the park and the electricity cost is included in your rent. If you want wood for a campfire, the owner delivers a bundle to your site for $5.00. It's nice to be able to just set your daily garbage out by the street and the caretaker comes by a couple times a day and picks it up for you. He also keeps the park looking nice with plants and flowers. There is a cute little dog park to let your dog off leash occasionally. It's pretty quiet during the week, but it's fun to see all the campers come in on Fridays for the weekend. All the campsites are together on the river side of the park, so if you don't like camping in a mobile-home park, it won't be an issue. The owner, caretaker, and lots of the people who camp here are very friendly and respectful. There is a dump station too.

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This park is so beautiful and peaceful. It is located right on the Colorado River between two huge rock bluffs. We were surprised to find a State Park with full hook-ups plus a laundry also. The sites were quite far apart and nicely landscaped. They even have grassy areas and a riverside walking/biking trail. The location is great for visiting the Grand Mesa area and also close to Grand Junction and the Colorado Monument.

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We enjoyed staying at this park very much. It was quiet and relaxing and the owners and park hosts were extremely friendly. If you want to visit Bryce and Zion National Parks, it is a good location. I was amazed to see grass between the sites and around the park. Most parks we have stayed at in the western states are all gravel. If we are ever in the area again, we will surely stop by.