There are plenty of attractions and activities in Grand Junction and Fruita for outdoor enthusiasts, especially cyclists, hikers and rafters.
Nearby Grand Junction is a sizable city for any of your city needs, such as shopping, services and restaurants.
Loop A is open year round for camping on a first come, first served basis. A camp host is available on-site to help when needed.
There are restroom facilities with flush toilets, and water available to fill jugs, but you cannot fill your RV with water here.
Loop A and B have a combined total of 51 sites, including accessible and group camping. They are pretty basic, with NO electrical or water hookups.
Sites in Loop A and B allow for RVs and the use of generators. Loop C also has 18 sites, but does not allow RVs other than truck campers or other small vehicles. Be aware that most sites are NOT level.