The city of Grand Junction has more than 40 fantastic parks to enjoy, and some of the rules have changed.

Grand Junction Has Great Parks

One of the best features of Grand Junction is all of the city parks to enjoy. No matter where you live, you're probably not too far from a park. Some are large like Sherwood Park, Lincoln Park, and Canyon View Park, while others are pretty small like Duck Pond Park in the Ridges and Cottonwood Meadows Park on Texas Avenue.

There are so many cool things to do in Grand Junction parks-like walk your dog or play fetch, walk with a friend, have a picnic, toss a frisbee, do a yoga class, sit in the shade and read, watch your children play, and the list goes on and on.

The Unwritten Rules

There are some common courtesies that people should follow in the park, like giving other people space, not being excessively noisy, and cleaning up your mess. And then there are some basic rules that need to be followed, to enhance everybody's enjoyment of Grand Junction's fabulous parks.

 

8 Must-Follow Rules At Grand Junction City Parks

Not too long ago, the Grand Junction City Council recently approved some changes at city parks and crews worked diligently to update all the signs to reflect some updated rules. To save you a trip to your nearest Grand Junction park to see what the signs say, I've got the list of rules right here for you to enjoy and to tuck away in your brain for future use.
 

The Worst Reviews of Grand Junction from Awful Tourists

Grand Junction has so much to offer. We're surrounded by beautiful scenery, we have fantastic music venues and all kinds of other fun things to do in town.

However, there's always going to be a party pooper or two in the crowd, and party poopers love to have their voices heard.

We visited TripAdvisor.com and found the worst reviews of some of the best places in Grand Junction, and here they are.

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