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There are many attractions around and near the RV park and campground.  Our central location 4 miles east of the small town of Cimarron, Colorado saves you miles of driving and time to get to historic, natural and nationally proclaimed attractions.  Read  the information below.  We encourage you to visit as many as you can.  If you can't decide, we have the local knowledge that may help you choose.

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The Black Canyon of the Gunnison's unique and spectacular landscape was formed slowly by the action of water and rock scouring down through hard Proterozoic crystalline rock.  No other canyon in North America combines the narrow opening, sheer walls, and startling depths offered by the Black Canyon of the Gunnison.


View point Black Canyon of the Gunnison

Click on the link above to learn more about this water project. Three reservoirs, named for corresponding dams on the Gunnison River, form the heart of  the Curecanti area.  Blue Mesa Reservoir is Colorado's largest body of water, and is the largest Kokanee Salmon fishery in the U.S.  Morrow Point Reservoir is the beginning of the Black Canyon, and below it is East Portal, the site of the Gunnison Diversion Tunnel, a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

Fly fishing downstream from Blue Mesa Lake near Black Canyon RV Park and Campground

Click on the link above to learn more about the Uncompahgre National Forest and 4x4 back country scenic drives including the Alpine Loop and San Juan Skyway. John Wayne shot movies near and around Owl Creek Pass.  Enjoy Fishing, Hunting, Hiking, Sight Seeing, Jeeping, Four Wheeling, Photography and much more.

Thousands of acres near the campground Cimarron CO

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The reservoir at an 8,926-foot elevation, is located on the Big Cimarron River about 20 miles above the river's junction with the Gunnison River.  The reservoir area's natural beauty is a perfect setting for nature lovers and photographers. 

Head up the big Cimarron where wildlife abounds

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These designated units include thousands of acres of public land. We have hunting information for you that only locals can provide!   Although the GMU'S are defined by the state for hunter's to identify where to hunt, the information is useful for nature lovers and photographers year round to explore the area's natural beauty. 

GMU's 64, 65, 66 and 67 where the big one roam
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