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Located in Ouray, Colorado is Four J Plus One Plus One Campground. This is in the southwestern region of the state, located in the Uncompahgre Gorge, surrounded by the scenic, Rocky Mountains. This area is known to be so pretty that it has been dubbed "The Switzerland of America." The nearest larger town is Montrose, located around 40 miles to the north, while the nearest true city is Grand Junction, found around 100 miles to the north.
Four J Plus One Plus One Campground sits on the northwest side of town, just across the Uncompahgre River that flows through it. The local area is very scenic and wooded. The park sits within walking distance of the downtown area and offers pathways that lead to local attractions. Camping with an RV in this part of the country will make for a great base camp for you to explore all the attractions available nearby.
The campground is open around the first of May through the middle of October. There are many different campsites available that offer varying hookups. Some of these can accommodate RV's longer than 45 feet. Bathrooms, showers, and a laundry facility are also provided for guests, as is a rec room, complete with cable TV. WiFi is also available. When you stay at a family-friendly campground in southwestern Colorado, you should be able to find any services you need close by.
RV camping at Four J Plus One Plus One Campground will mean you are near so many fun places to visit! Natural hot springs are located in town. These make for a great place to relax after a long day of adventuring. There is also the Bachelor Syracuse Mine Tour. This allows you to venture over 1500 feet into the interior of an old mine. For the full experience, a Miner's Breakfast can be enjoyed as well.
As the town is located in a canyon, there are several waterfalls that can easily be reached nearby. These include Box Canyon Waterfall and Park, Baby Bathtubs, and Lower Cascade Trail and Falls. Short hikes take visitors to views of these falls.
There are many different hiking trails found nearby. The Perimeter Trail skirts the entire town. It can be accessed from several different places so hikers can explore the whole trail or just small sections of it. The Chief Ouray Mine Trail leads hikers to a local mine that offers tours during the busy months. Horsethief Trail and the Bear Creek National Recreation Trail are both known for being tougher. This is because they both traverse steep cliffs but also because they are at higher elevations. Expansive views of the surrounding mountains area are available from all of these.
Book an RV in Ouray County, and you will find yourself in the midst of so many places to visit, that no one in your party will be bored. There are a couple of interesting museums found in town. The Ouray Alchemist Museum features pharmaceutical items from the past. The history of modern pharmacy is showcased, both reputable treatments, and those that were lacking. The Ouray County Museum is housed in an old miners' hospital. It features the history of the local area, namely the mining industry that put the town on the map. The artifacts here cover four floors! Camping with an RV at this campground will put so many unique locations right at your fingertips.
There are some incredibly picturesque sites to explore in the mountains around Ouray. These include the Animas Forks Ghost Town, Yankee Boy Basin, and the Yankee Girl Mine. Visitors should be aware 4x4 capable vehicles are required to reach these locations, such as a jeep or an ATV. If you don't own these yourself, fear not! There are several vendors that rent vehicles in town, and some even offer tours!
There is a scenic drive available that almost everyone can easily enjoy. Ouray is found on US 550, also named the Million Dollar Highway. This is the main route through the mountains of western Colorado, running from Durango, in the south, all the way to Montrose in the north. It traverses such well-known places as Red Mountain Pass and is known for its hairpin turns and steep drop-offs. (There are no guardrails, as the only place for the snowplows to push the snow, in the winter, is over the nearby cliff!) The road is paved, and is open throughout the year, as weather conditions permit.
When you've been looking for a quiet place to relax, where you are surrounded by scenic views, consider a campsite at Four J Plus One Plus One Campground. Go hiking through the nearby mountains, take a scenic drive on one of the most dangerous roads in the country, or relax in a local hot spring. Check out a campervan rental in this part of Colorado and enjoy exploring the Old West!