Camp in Grand Junction
Colorado › Grand Junction BLM Land
Added by Brooke Van Poppelen
Camp for free anywhere on this vast stretch of BLM land and you'll be rewarded with spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
This is an awesome stretch of BLM land about five miles from the city with views of the Book Cliffs. Whether you have off-road toys, such as mountain bikes or ATVs, or if you just want a relaxing evening or weekend away, you'll find what you're looking for.
Heading north on 25 Rd., you will pass a sign indicating you're entering BLM land. Continuing on 25, there are several miles of pull-offs where you can park on this BLM land for a maximum of 14 days at a time. On nice weekends, it can get busy with people taking advantage of the miles and miles of trails for ORVs and horseback riding, and even some people shooting target practice, but there is so much land you should be able to find your own peaceful area.
- Sleeping Bag
- Food and Cooking Supplies
- Mountain Bike or ORV/ATV
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As Brooke said, the sunrises and sunsets are spectacular, when I was camping here we took advantage of the many mountain bike trails that litter the area. Some of the best riding in this type of environment ever. Nearby Fruita has an amazing pizza joint called the Hot Tomato. Also, don't forget to bring a tripod and look south at night when the moon sets, as the majority of this area registers 0.0 light pollution, so the milky way is often visible, even to the naked eye.
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