Download the official map to find your way around Colorado National Monument including Rim Rock Road (the park's main road), trails, and visitor center.
Choose the west entrance from Fruita (at the north edge of the park), or the east entrance from Grand Junction (at the south edge of the park) to access campgrounds, public restrooms and picnic areas off the main road. Each of 19 signed viewpoints and 14 trailheads are noted on the map. Many of the viewpoints are accessible.
Outside of the park on the northeast side flows the Colorado River with recreation opportunities all its own.
Need a Detailed Topographic Map for Colorado National Monument?
Buy the National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map for Colorado National Monument at REI.com. The map notates roads, trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds and much more printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material. Coverage also includes McInnis Canyon, James M. Robb-Colorado River and Highline Lake state parks, Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Range, Westwater Canyon and Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness.