Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Welcome to the James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park Department!

James M. Robb–Colorado River State Park consists of five sections of beautiful riverfront along 35 miles of the Colorado River as it flows through the Grand Junction area, from Island Acres in the east, through Corn Lake, the Colorado River Wildlife Area, Connected Lakes and down river to Fruita. This remarkable park offers unique scenic and recreation opportunities. Trails wind through stands of tall trees and along the banks of the famous and magnificent Colorado River. Island Acres and Fruita offer showers and tent camping as well as full-service campsites. Island Acres also offers swimming. Fishing is allowed within all park sections and waterfowl hunting is allowed at Island Acres and west of Corn Lake.

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