Mesa Verde National Park 

An  Archaeologist’s Dream

Truck Campers will find that the Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado is best known for nearly 5,000 well preserved archaeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings.  The alcoves of the Ancestral Pueblo people who lived in the regions from A.D. 600 to 1300 are some of the most notable and best preserved in the United States.

Truck campers will see structures within these alcoves that are mostly blocks of hard sandstone and held together with adobe mortar.





Black Canyon of the

Gunnison National Park

The steepest cliffs plunge to the two million-year-old Gunnison River, at more than 2,700 feet down, creating some of the best and most advanced rock climbing and viewing opportunities in the national park system.

Taking short hikes along the South and North rims provides stunning views of this geologic time capsule.  Or drive along the North and South Rim and the  East Portal Road.










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