Silver Jack Campground

Address: 101 N. Uncompahgre, Montrose, Colorado, 81402, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 101 N. Uncompahgre, Montrose, is near Trinidad History Museum and Uncompahgre Plateau.
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Travel Blogs from Montrose

Black Canyon of the Gunnison

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... br> After viewing all of the south rim areas, we decided to take the road down to the floor of the canyon. This was another white-knuckle drive, on a road barely wide enough for 2 cars, with no guard rails and sharp drop-offs from the pavement. And the hairpin curves, oh they were fun. The reward was worth it. We were down where the river flows and where there is a short waterfall and some rapids. My best photos were taken ...

Montrose Colorado??????

A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jun 18, 2014

1 photo

... the U.S.A few of the same mountain men to first see Colorado's Western Slope later helped guide U.S. Army expeditions and Government Surveying parties through the region. Some of the Old West's best known explorers - Kit Carson, John Charles Fremont and Capt. John Gunnison - all passed through the Grand Valley in the 1840s and ...

Couple of Nat. Parks

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 25, 2013

35 photos

... year's trip and will blog it for you then. Up next was the Black Canyon of the Gunnison Nat. Park. It was named because the canyon is so deep and narrow that sunlight seldom reaches the bottom in many places. I had to constantly fight off my vertigo but it was worthwhile. The park itself is rather primitive with nothing exciting except the canyon so again no vacation spot but worth a day trip to ...

Lion turned Lamb

A travel blog entry by thetrekkers on May 18, 2013

19 photos

... bad smell!!
The canyon cuts through some very hard rock. Before the river was tamed, the canyon was carved at the rate of 1" every 100 years. In the early 1900s a diversion tunnel, 6 miles long, was dug and water was brought to the desert side of the mountain which is now rich, irrigated farmland. There was also a dam along the river where we were ...

Pregame

A travel blog entry by caitjenks on May 17, 2012

... consider my life. To witness a blossoming relationship. Meet a new old friend. To decide if expatriating was a probable option for me. To feel, really feel, where the gaps are in my life- where I have longing.
This journey to Japan, however, does genuinely feel like it will be light, easy fun. More specifically, indulgence. I don't have a little voice in the back of my consciousness saying, "sorry sweetie, but you're going ...

Other places to stay in Montrose

  • The Hangin' Tree R.V. Park

    17250 550 S, Montrose | Campground