Camp with your whole family at 18 Road where you can easily bike on the area's famous trails and enjoy campfire delights. The mesas rise up in the background as you traverse the trails, hunt for dinosaur fossils and spend quality time with one another.
The Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association is dedicated to advocating for, building and maintaining sustainable singletrack mountain-bike trails in western Colorado.
After pitching your tent, head for a quick ride on the 18 Road trails before dinner.
Head back to camp to sit in the cool night air and try to spot the Little Dipper and other constellations.
So you can get an early start, have breakfast at your campsite.
The Zippity Do Dah Loop is more remote so you'll have the trails to yourself. The ride is high on ridges, which makes for more expansive scenery.
Take a break from cycling by digging for dinosaur fossils at Dino Digs. You might even discover new information about ancient lifeforms.
Stop by Munchies Pizza & Deli to have an ice cream cone or milkshake for dessert.
Before you head on one last bike ride, fry up some home cookin' on your camp stove or fire.
Take one last ride on the Western Zippity or Vegetarian to Lower Chutes and Ladders trails for sweeping desert-esque views and a challenging trail ride.
Watch the sun disappear behind rock structures at Colorado National Monument for a great last activity in Fruita.