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McInnis Canyons - Rabbit Valley

Basics
Location:
26 miles west of Grand Junction
Season:
March to mid-December

Description

This is a limited OHV area with some fantastic routes. Look for the white arrow - this designations an OHV trail. As Rabbit Valley is 24 square miles large, you'll be able to find a variety of trails for exploration.

Details

Location:
26 miles west of Grand Junction
Season:
March to mid-December
Camping Info
There are 3 designated camp sites - Rabbit Valley, Castle Rock, and Knowles Canyon Overlook. Each have 2 family camp sites.
Additional Details:
There is no water available, so pack in 1 gallon of water per person, per day. Toilets, grills and tables are available at the campsites.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
    From Grand Junction
  • Take I-70 west until you reach Rabbit Valley exit.
  • Take a left from the off ramp and cross I-70 - you'll be going south.
  • You'll see Rabbit Valley straight ahead.
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