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Colorado and Utah Camping Information

Colorado and Utah Camping Information

Colorado and Utah camping information: where to camp, how to camp, and what to do once you’re there.

Our camping blog provides you with lots of useful Colorado and Utah camping information.  Learn tips and tricks for finding the best campsites, get camping meal ideas, and read what actual campers, in some of our RVs, like best about their camping experiences.  As part of our service to you as a Grand Junction RV dealer, we want to be able to provide you with descriptions of some of our favorite campgrounds and other Colorado and Utah camping information.  Here you can find: descriptions of state park campgrounds, RV resorts, camping recipes, RV tips and tricks, and RV user experiences.

If you have photos of your camping experiences in any of our RVs, from Rockwoods to Northstars, send them to our marketing agency at: digitalagency@gjsentinel.com and we’ll add them to the site.  We love to see where you’ve been and to learn about your RV experiences.  Tell us about your favorite camping recipes, campsite games, how many days you camped this past year and your favorite places to go (though you might want to keep those secret!).

Check out the posts below and be sure to email us if you have any questions!

The Benefits of Pop-Up Campers

Here at Bob Scott RV we stock a wide variety of RVs.  Everything from toy haulers and fifth wheels to teardrops and tent trailers can be found on our lot.  We believe each type of trailer has its purpose, for the right buyer.  Today we want to highlight the benefits of pop-up campers, including our…

Should I get a solar panel for my RV?

It’s not difficult these days, with a little planning, to reserve campsites at nice campgrounds that provide electricity at each camp site.  Some even provide water and sewer hookups.  However, there are thousands of gorgeous campgrounds out there that are more primitive.  There are lots of boondocking spots with spectacular views! And guess what? In…

Tips for First Time RVers Part II

In our last post with Tips for First Time RVers, we discussed the types of trailers you might want to buy and items you’ll want to purchase afterwards to supplement your purchase.  In this episode we’ll help you get ready for your first RV trip. You’re excited, we know, to have that RV parked in…

First Time RVer Tips Part I

If you’re new to the RVing world, or still considering buying an RV, there is a lot to consider and there are quite a few blogs and posts out there providing you with information.  We’re no different.  We want you to be as informed as possible before you purchase an RV and when you first…

Camping near Crested Butte, Colorado: Your best options

Crested Butte, Colorado is a summer camping destination for a wide variety of campers.  There is great fishing nearby, awesome hikes, and world-class mountain biking trails.  All of these, though, are eclipsed by the massive amounts of wildflowers blooming here in late June and July.  Granted, this year’s drought may affect those a little bit,…

Tips for using the RV dump station

Just yesterday as we arrived at the dump station after a 4-day camping trip, a little T@B trailer couple was in front of us.  Since this station only has one spot for dumping, we politely waited and gathered our supplies in order to be as ready as possible when our turn came.  The driver got…

Traveling to Yellowstone National Park

Let’s face it: Yellowstone is probably on 75% of people’s bucket lists, right? It’s one of the most iconic National Parks in America and for good reason.  The geyser basins aren’t something you see every day! Neither are herds of bison and the occasional grizzly bear.  Well, that might be a daily sight for some…

Dolores River Campground

*All opinions in this post are our own; this post is not sponsored by Dolores River Campground.   This past week we had the pleasure of taking a camping trip that started in Moab and ended in Ridgway.  In between we spent a night at the Dolores River Campground just outside of Dolores, Colorado. As…

Camping in Grand Junction’s Backyard!

Camping in Grand Junction’s Backyard! Right out the door in Grand Junction there are great places to camp within 20 miles. Plenty of scenery to enjoy, outdoor sports and activities abound. The closest is Colorado National Monument, offering a scenic loop drive, or fabulous bike loop and miles of hiking trails for all levels. The…

Let adventure follow you in R•pod affordable luxury.

  Let adventure follow you. Your practical side will appreciate R•pod’s affordable luxury at the lowest tow weight in its class. Your adventurous side will love R•pod’s unique shape and construction. The r•pod is a perfect example of “form follows function,” with its unique shape and construction! R•pod puts the “fun” in functional. R•pod comes…