James M. Robb Colorado State Park
James M Robb Colorado State Park is among one of the most beautiful camping parks in America. Broken up into five camping areas, Island Acers, Corn Lake, Colorado River Wildlife Area, Connected Lakes, and Fruita otherwise known as the “string of pearls,” campers are guaranteed to feel closer to nature.
Nestled along the Colorado River in De Beque Canyon, Island Acres offers opportunities for camping, hiking, biking, fishing and swimming.
Camping at Island Acres provides a spectacular backdrop of the surrounding canyon walls and maybe even a glimpse of wild horses or Big Horn sheep. Find great fishing at the parks 3 lakes, two of which are always stocked. Colorado doesn’t have beaches but we have lakes. The parks fourth lake called the “Swimmin’ Hole,” has a sandy beach like look and is perfect for lake swimming.
This campground also offers full hook-up or electric hook-up sites and tent camping sites.
The dominant feature of Palisade’s Riverbend Park is the Colorado River.
There is a paved trail for hiking and biking that starts at the end of Brentwood Drive in Palisade, where the trail crosses the Grand Valley Irrigation Canal and follows along the Colorado River. Other features of the park include covered picnic shelters, 18 holes of disc golf, two large pavilions, a stocked fishing pond, boat launch, playground, and barbeque facilities.
Peach Bowl Park
This is a park with a lot going on! It includes two shelters, tennis courts, baseball field, outdoor swimming pool and a soccer field.
This park is in the heart of Palisade and features two shelters, a skateboard park, basketball court and the Wayne N. Aspinall Memorial.