Mountain Views at Rivers Edge is in the town of Creede, which is tucked into the San Juan Mountains. Situated in a former volcanic crater, Creede, Colorado, is surrounded by awe-inspiring sheer cliffs that take your breath away. The beauty of the area, coupled with a small-town feel, draws visitors to this Western Slope, Colorado, campground again and again.
High standards and a variety of amenities have earned Mountain Views RV park top ratings with many RV park reviewers. The friendly staff of RV enthusiasts is experienced in the hospitality industry; they have dedicated themselves to providing guests with an exceptiol stay. Guests can enjoy the serenity of paddle boat rides and fishing excursions at this campground. There are also places to go four wheeling, rafting and horseback riding nearby.
“Great views, friendly staff, good price and clean facilities. The only reason this isn’t a 5 star is because I wish there were a few more trees around for shade, but that’s just the type of location Crede is located, not a fault of the facility.” – Daniel, Google Review
Elevation Outdoors once desigted South Fork as “Colorado’s Top Small Adventure Town.” At the San Luis Valley’s southwest edge, South Fork is an excellent base camp for hikers, mountain bikers, backpackers and other adventure seekers. Peacock Meadows Riverside RV Park and Campground is one of the newest campgrounds in Western Slope, Colorado.
You can experience ture in all its splendor at Peacock Meadows with its acres of ture trails that wind through wetlands and around an active beaver pond. In addition to offering dramatic mountain views, this park’s spacious RV sites are equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, and fiber-optic Wi-Fi. Although your devices will be well-connected, you’ll love taking time to gather with family and new friends in the Old West recreation building.
“This is a very nice park. It’s new so the trees are not big enough to shade yet. There is a catch & release pond and also a short walk to the Rio Grande river. The showers/laundry house is very nice and clean. There is also a small playground area. We would stay here again.” – Denise, TripAdvisor Review
Montrose, Colorado has been described as the “Hub of Western Colorado.” The town and Cedar Creek RV Park are literally surrounded by sights to explore and adventures to experience: The Black Canyon of the Gunnison tiol Park is to the east, the San Juan Mountains are to the south, the Uncompahgre Plateau is to the west and Grand Mesa is to the north of this park.
Cedar Creek is one of the smaller big-rig-friendly RV parks on the Western Slope. At Cedar Creek, pets are not only welcomed, but they are encouraged to visit with a large, enclosed exercise area and a vet right across the street. After your pets enjoy some playtime, your family can enjoy a round of putt-putt on the park’s mini-golf course.
“Tiny Homes” you can rent by the night or week!! And you even have the River running through the back part of the property!! Beautiful, quaint, quiet and very affordable! Great for locals and those just traveling through who want to be outdoors, yet have simple amenities and be close to everything Downtown Montrose has to offer.” – Danielle, Google Review
The town of Glenwood Springs draws tourists with its varied entertainment options, including its adventure park, lively nightlife, picturesque scenery and famous hot springs. Explorers will be amazed by the majesty of the area, including the abundant wildlife and turquoise waters of Hanging Lake in Glenwood Canyon. Glenwood Springs West/Colorado River KOA serves as the perfect base camp for exploring Western Colorado.
Just 3 years young, the Glenwood Springs West/Colorado River KOA was “purpose-built” with guests in mind. The park is equipped with a convenience store, lounge, heated pool, hot tub and playground. There is a large dog park available for your furry friends, and the riverfront has a boat launch and picnic area.
“Beautiful camping/RV Park. Close to the river, and well situated near the highway. This KOA has a ton of amenities like full hookups, playground, non-RV camping/lodging, pool, horseshoe pit, etc. Clearly, they have been doing a ton of upgrades to bathrooms and campsites. This is probably the best late ok’ing KOA I’ve been to, and I think KOAs generally do a great job with presentation. I may just plan to stay here anytime I’m coming through.” – Kevin, Google Review
Grand Junction, the hub of Colorado’s wine country, provides awe-inspiring natural beauty and attractions that make it more than just a stop along the way. The Colorado River State Park offers biking and spectacular hiking among the red sandstone monoliths and canyons while the Museum of the West provides a climate-controlled option. Junction West RV Park is conveniently located midway between Salt Lake City and Denver.
Junction West provides RVers with extra-wide pull-through sites with full hookups. Each RV pad has a picnic table and access to high-speed Wi-Fi. The park prides itself on cleanliness with spotless bathrooms and showers equipped with private dressing areas. A brand-new playground was recently installed with a splash pad feature for those warm summer days.
“Our family spent three nights at Junction West RV Park last week and were elated with the wonderful service. Tom, Mari and their team went above and beyond in many ways including helping us with transportation to a local rafting outfitter. They exude customer service through their pores! Also, I have been camping my entire life and this park had the cleanest restrooms I have ever seen!” – Tim, TripAdvisor Review
Along the picturesque Grand Mesa Scenic Byway, you’ll find Cedaredge, Colorado home of the fall Applefest. Visitors here take a step back in time on the Main Street boardwalk and at the Pioneer Town Museum, which is a 19th-century Western village. Shady Creek RV Park is a peaceful haven surrounded by orchards, vineyards, groves of white ash and abundant trout-filled lakes.
Shady Creek RV Park provides spectacular landscapes, deer that visit daily and a bubbling brook that runs behind the property. Shady Creek is a relaxing escape on the Western Slope, offering an abundance of entertainment options away from city life. Lakes and rivers, meadows and mountains call out to be explored.
“A beautiful RV park with mature shade trees that is quiet and peaceful. A creek runs across the back of it. Deer come in to eat the apples that fall from the trees. Owners are tired and want to sell, so the place is being kept in top condition. Much nicer than the one up the road that has no shade, no shelter from storms.” – Ken, Google Review
Naturita, Colorado is found along the Unaweep/Tabegauche Scenic and Historic Byway, a true Colorado scenic experience. Naturita, which means “little nature,” is surrounded by vast, open BLM spaces and more than a million acres of the Uncompahgre National Forest. High Country RV Park provides some of the best RV camping in Naturita, Colorado, and it is the only full-service RV park for miles.
The picture-perfect scenery is enough to keep visitors entertained when they’re just relaxing at a Naturita campsite. For the more adventurous, there are scenic trails leading out of the park in every direction for hiking, biking or four-wheeling. An abundance of outdoor entertainment is available just steps from your site with options for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing.
“High Country RV was excellent to our weary group of bikers after a long day of mountain roads. Lloyd had no problem with us taking a single site up with our 5 bikes. While the weather for us was nice enough to only set up cots or sleep on the ground it may not be during your stay. The sites are very dusty and if you go left from the main entrance there is deep gravel so be aware. Wi-Fi, laundry, electric and showers made this a great place to recharge and get a good night’s sleep.” – Josiah, Google Review
Fruita, Colorado is a unique destination that offers visitors beautiful landscapes, quaint shops, and recreation for all seasons. Fruita is an outdoor paradise, home to world-class mountain biking trails, breathtaking hiking trails and the Colorado River for myriad water sports. Monument RV Resort is far enough off the beaten path to be free of traffic noise while offering easy access to and from Interstate 70.
Monument RV Resort is one of the few long-term RV parks in the Western Slope, Colorado, area. This park is open year-round and can accommodate any big rig. Monument is the closest full-service park to the Colorado National Monument and is across from the James R. Robb State Park. From this RV park, you can easily access the Colorado River, a swim beach, and a fishing lake.
“Monument RV park is clean, well-cared for, and has all the amenities you could ask for. Showers, laundry, a pool and hot tub, barbecue grill…Every night, we could be up on top of the mesa in five minutes, just in time for the most incredible sunsets. We would be happy to stay here anytime we’re in the Fruita/Grand Junction area!” – Ashley, Google Review
Olathe, Colorado, is known for its down-home hospitality and family-friendly summer concerts. This peaceful farming community’s highlight is the Olathe Sweet Corn Festival, which is considered one of the biggest little festivals in the U.S. Many folks reserve a day at the Uncompahgre River RV Park and stay for a month once they’ve experienced this sweet community.
Uncompahgre River RV Park provides a remote location with top-of-the-line amenities. First-timers and full-timers alike enjoy being close but not too close to the area’s attractions, shops, and restaurants. This park was designed and built with a high level of expertise and pride that has made Uncompahgre River RV Park a great place to stay.
“Love this place. Loved camping here. Owners are awesome. Clean individual showers with sink and toilet and great laundry facilities. Doggie friendly with beautiful walking trail near the river. Quiet and well maintained.” – J.G., Google Review
Recreational activities abound in the mountains, canyons, forests, and waters surrounding Delta, Colorado. Local activities include fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, rafting and horseback riding. A variety of local wineries offers a chance to unwind and enjoy a tasting before you head back to relax in the serenity of Valley Sunset RV Ranch, which is a Good Sam RV park in the Western Slope, Colorado, area.
Valley Sunset RV Ranch is a family-friendly property for both two- and four-legged guests. It’s furnished with full hookups and superior amenities. Nestled in Colorado’s wine country, the location is prime for exploring the Western Slope of Colorado. There is an abundance of nearby attractions as well as exciting day trip opportunities, all close enough that it’s easy to return to the park’s game room or heated pool to relax at the end of a busy day.
“Larry and I have spent probably 8 summers a week at a time here and thoroughly enjoyed Theresa and Kit along with their staff and guests. They are like a big family socializing on the porch. Facilities are well maintained. Looking forward to seeing them this August.” – Nellie, Google Review
Colorado is a vast, living postcard. There is so much to see that a trip could include stays at more than one RV park in the Western Slope, Colorado area. There are other excellent RV parks in Colorado’s Western Slope area, too. Part of the fun of taking a trip is the planning you do beforehand, so take some time to research other RV parking spots if you like.
The Western Slope of Colorado offers serene beauty along with abundant opportunities for adventure. RV rental opportunities have increased across the nation, and the Western Slope is a fine example. The following link will lead you to the perfect rental for your Colorado road trip: Western Slope, Colorado, RV rentals.
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Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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