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Riverbend Park is located in western Colorado, close to the towns and cities of Grand Junction, Fruita, and Cedaredge. The park itself laps along the shores of the Colorado River and contains acres of shaded grasslands, perfect for picnicking, hiking, and playing disc golf. Its closeness to the Colorado River makes it the ideal place to set up camp and go fishing or boating.

Although much smaller than many other Colorado parks, Riverbend Park’s quaintness and peacefulness makes is a great place to take an RV rental in western Colorado. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made a lot more comfortable with Interstate 70 only a few miles away. Rent a camper near Riverbend Park and trade the hustle and bustle of the city for a piece of riverside bliss. Search for an RV in Mesa County to begin your very own Riverbend Park experience.

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Getting Outdoors

Being as Riverbend Park is located along the Colorado River, fishermen and women seek out this park in their droves. It is easy to see why the park is popular with anglers as it provides perfect fishing spots along the river bank. The Colorado River is home to a wide range of freshwater game fish species, and many are known to be record-breaking sizes. Riverbend Park campers can try their hands at catching species such as largemouth bass, channel catfish, rainbow trout, bluegill, and many sunfish.

As well as the fantastic fishing, Riverbend Park is the ideal place for campers to get out on the river on a boat. Canoeing and kayaking are some of the most popular ways to explore the river here. The park is home to a public boat ramp that is home all year round; this makes launching boats a much easier task. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own can head to the nearby town of Palisade, here you are able to rent kayaks, canoes, rafts, and many more water going vessels for a small price.

Along with the excellent riverside recreation opportunities, Riverbend Park is home to a network of hiking and cycling trails that crisscross the landscape. The Palisade Riverbend Trail is the most famous here. As you pass through the park, the trail covers four miles and provides hikers with picturesque views of the river and surrounding marshlands. If campers are feeling a little competitive, there is an 18-hole disc course in which visitors can compete with their families to be the best.

Camping at Riverbend Park

Those RV camping at Riverbend Park will not find campgrounds within the actual park itself. This is not too much of a problem as there are a handful of RV parks and campgrounds, only a short drive from the park. An ideal place to set up camp is at the nearby Palisade Basecamp RV Resort. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewage hookups are provided here. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower blocks, free WiFi, and a swimming pool.

An alternative to camping at the RV resort is to camp at the RV Ranch at Grand Junction. This RV park also offers full 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewage hookups. Facilities provided here include a dump station, flushing toilets, a laundrette, a general store, and an on-site swimming pool. There are many pull-thru sites here, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome.

Exploring the Area

The nearby town of Grand Junction is the perfect place to visit when camping near Riverbend Park. The Museum of Western Colorado is a great place to visit when in the city of Grand Junction. The museum is home to a vibrant patchwork of exhibitions, each one showcasing something different. These exhibitions range from the prehistoric history of the Americas and its native populations, its colonial past, right through to the modern era. Families will come away with a broader understanding of the west of Colorado.

When you want a more significant dose of local history, be sure to visit the Cross Orchards Historic Site in Grand Junction. This living history museum showcases what life was like at the turn of the last century. Working actors are dressed in period clothes and reenacting lives that were once lived here. Visitors here can visit enacted historical institutions such as the blacksmiths, country store, and then view the museum’s collection of vintage farming equipment. Cross Orchards Historic Site brings history to life for you and your whole family.

Those with a taste for all things plants and trees should visit Grand Junction’s Western Colorado Botanical Garden. This botanical garden is home to a vast array of flowers, trees, and exotic plants. Visitors can take a tour of this intricate gardens, soaking up the natural beauty of them. The Native Garden also has many miniature replicas of places such as Colorado’s Grand Valley and the Colorado National Monument. The transformation of this once derelict downtown site to one full of color and life is a testament to the people of this area of Colorado.

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