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This is s great park to get away from the heat. It cools off every evening after getting to 80 something degrees in July. We've been sweltering in Grand Junction. There no hook ups at all and water is a challenge. The restrooms are pit...More
This is not much of a park. It surrounds a reservoir and is mostly for fishing and boating. At the entrance, we asked if we could just drive in to see it. We had to pay seven dollars, but we were told that if we...More
It is a small park with hiking, boating and fishing. High enough for some views, but the lake is the draw. Lots of local people there fishing. There is a fee to enjoy the park, so I drove around once and then left. Too late...More
Mancos State Park is a small, fairly secluded, park near Mesa Verde National Park, in the Four Corners region of Southwest Colorado.
There are no hookups at the main campground, although there are several faucets for potable water throughout. The main campground has two loops,...More
Very few people in the park. My wife and I hiked the trail all the way around the reservoir. Not a pretty day temperature-wise. We loved the clear water, the campsites, the many restrooms, the views, the wildlife. It was a very peaceful experience.