JAMES M. ROBB - COLORADO RIVER STATE PARK
The Colorado River State Park was renamed James M. Robb Colorado River State Park in 2005 to honor a visionary. Mr. Robb was instrumental in creating this string of pearls, or five distinct sections, that are this park.
From Fruita on the west end, to Island Acres on the east end and three stops in-between, this is one park split into five sections. To visit the park, follow the Colorado River west from Debeque Canyon to Fruita, and enjoy five uniquely different river and lake based outdoor recreation opportunities.
All Colorado State Parks have entrance fees. All vehicles are required to have an entrance pass and some parks have walk-in fees. Visit the Colorado Park Entrance Pass
Camping is offered year-round at the Island Acres section and the Fruita section.
Weekends in summer fill-up fast. Consider camping during the week and off-season while visiting one of the many attractions or events.