Vega State Park  

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State Parks website


Come to Vega State Park for views of breathtaking scenery!

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Vega State Park lies 55 miles east of Grand Junction on the northern edge of the Grand Mesa National Forest. The area is open year round. There are four campgrounds, with 110 sites, and a group picnic area that can accommodate 200 people.

A sheltered eating area with a horseshoe pit and open field for volley or softball games. Reservations are required for this site.

Most users of Vega Lake come for boating, fishing and camping. Picnicking, water skiing, jet skiing, sailing and hiking are also available for visitors. The extensive trail systems of the Grand Mesa National Forest are located close to the park boundaries. Vega Nature Trail that provides interpretive panels that explain the ecology of the area.

To get there drive 55 miles east of Grand Junction and turn south off I-70 onto Colorado Highway 65. Drive 10 miles to Colorado 330 east through Collbran and drive the final 12 miles to the park entrance.

To Contact the Park Write or Call:
Vega State Park
Box 186
Collbran, CO 81624
(970) 487-3407

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