Super 8 Fruita

Address: 399 Jurassic Avenue, Fruita, Colorado, 81521, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 399 Jurassic Avenue, Fruita, is near Colorado National Monument, Dinosaur Journey Museum, Devils Canyon Science and Learning Center, and Rabbit Valley.
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        Travel Blogs from Fruita

        Land of the Moabites

        A travel blog entry by darrylg on Oct 08, 2013

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... I met some folks and found ou the loop w all the way back into Moab so I decided to drive a few more miles and then turn around.

        When I made my Uturn I under estimated the pitch of the road and the effect of the extra weight on the bike and the bike tipped and I could not correct it once the 650 pounds decided it was going down. ****. The bike went down. I was not hurt . . . ...

        Colorado National Monument and More

        A travel blog entry by dsandow on Sep 29, 2013

        7 photos

        ... when we saw the sign for clearance through tunnels between us and the campground at two feet shorter than our RV. We later learned that we could have fit by straddling the middle but we have been very pleased to find a great little state park just outside the national park. Candidly, this campground worked out much better for us. After settling into the campground, we headed up to the visitor center and did a little ...

        DAY 12 - Rain, Rain, Go Away

        A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene on Sep 09, 2013

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... on I-70 and blasted through to just west of Grand Junction avoiding the worst of the rain until the final 10-15 miles.

        As if the weather didn't provide enough drama, we began the day with an accent of Moki Dugway. Imagine an 1100 foot vertical mesa from which a gravel road is somehow carved. It was by no accident that our route was planned such that we would tackle this road going up rather than down. ...

        Crossing the Rockies

        A travel blog entry by sunnydazed on Jul 05, 2013

        7 photos

        ... be a great ride but could be chilly at the higher elevations.

        Our route actually takes us through Breckenridge which is a famous ski resort town. Given that we were in no rush to get to Grand Junction we opted for an impromptu stop in Breckenridge. Well one hour turned into two and before long we had spent a good portion of our afternoon walking around this awesome little ski town.

        Like many ski towns, they were running the gondolas ...

        Fruita Again

        A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 28, 2013

        ... twice, and came to rest as noted above. We could not see anyone standing around that we would identify as the driver or passengers. We could only assume the driver and any passengers had already been taken to the town of Vail for treatment.

        That patch of ice was the only one we saw on the way up Vail Pass. On the way down there were two or three others, but no other accidents.

        At Edwards, we got some gas and made a pit stop. ...