All trails of James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park are included in the Colorado Riverfront Trail System. The gentle grades of these trails are great for an afternoon stroll, bike ride or challenging run.
There’s a one-mile natural surface trail following the course of the Colorado River, giving hikers a view of the park while taking a pleasant stroll through the area's geological history.
There’s a one-mile, hard-packed trail around the lake and along the Colorado River. A paved trail continues 3 miles west to 29 Road. In addition to Corn Lake, this trail can be accessed at the Colorado River Wildlife Area at 30 Road. The newest section of the Riverfront trail continues East from Corn Lake under 32 Road and continues for 1-1/2 miles.
There are six-miles of paved and natural surface trails winding around the three lakes that comprise this area, the Redlands Canal and Colorado River. From Connected Lakes walkers can access other sections of Riverfront Trails, including the Audubon Trail and South Rim area of the Redlands.
There’s a 1/4 mile natural surface trail along the river and a 1 mile natural surface trail around Red Rocks Lake. The Fruita Section of the Riverfront trail running from Fruita east to Walker Wildlife Area is now open.