It's that time of year again where nobody wants to be at home. It's going to get too hot in Grand Junction to be outside and no one wants to stay inside. So I am going to give you the best camping sites that are free to enjoy. That way you can spend your money on food and necessities for the weekend that awaits you.

25 Road - Grand Junction, Co

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Starting off the list we are going to head out to 25 Road. This campsite is completely free and on the edge of the Bookcliffs. Not only will you feel like you're one with nature, you will also be right in the middle of the amazing views.

Nine Mile Hill - Mesa County, Co

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Coming in next on the list is Nine Mile Hill. It is mainly used for hiking or climbing. So get your camping gear, grab your climbing equipment, and make a weekend out of it. I guarantee you will not be let down. Just keep it nice and clean up after yourself.

Kiser Slough Reservoir - Cedaredge, Co

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Kiser Slough Reservoir does not need a reservation for you to enjoy. It is also in the high elevations, so make sure you pack for both the sunny and the cold weather. Also, bring proper shoes for hiking around the national forest. Be kind to your surroundings while enjoying the time you spend there.

Miracle Rock - Glade Park, Co

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Now this one is for the hikers and campers of the group. This one is a little bit more "fancy," meaning they do have restrooms at this area. Still, you have to take care of all your trash, so the next people who come can enjoy it also. You can also hike up to Miracle Rock, let me tell you, this is a cool place to be. If you are also feeling up to it bring your swimming gear and trek up to the swimming holes. Just make sure to be careful while you are there.

now for the final one if the list,

Rabbit Valley North Campground - Mack, Co

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This campsite only has fifteen camping spots, but it also has unlimited RV camping. Giving the people who still want to be outdoors, but also want the amenities of home with them. You can also stay up to seven days if that is of course what you want to do. There is also an abundance of wildlife for you to check out. Be respectful to the wildlife that calls this place home.

Now that you have a list of where to camp for free. It is time to make plans and head on outdoors and have some fun.