Photo taken by a Tween Camp partipant.
Summer 2012 - Making Movies
As part of the Jr. Ranger Explorer Day Camp and the City of Grand Junction's Parks and Recreation STARS Tween Extreme Camp, 6-8th graders have been exploring the Monument and documenting their summer. Participants took photos, shot video and edited them in a computer lab at Colorado Mesa University. Check out some of their work!
Did You Know?
Colorado National Monument's 23-mile Rim Rock Drive was built almost entirely using picks, shovels, and sheer muscle strength to remove massive rocks and debris. The engineering skill of Rim Rock Drive workers can be seen today in the road's tunnels and stonework. More...