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Highline Lake State Park lies in western Colorado, not far from the towns and cities of Grand Junction, Fruita, and Rifle. Found along the shores of Highline Lake, Highline Lake State Park is an oasis in the desert and a recreational epicenter to everyone in the Grand Valley area. Coming from miles around, lovers of the outdoors seek Highline Lake State Park for its excellent fishing, boating, and for its closeness to hiker’s paradises such as the McInnis Canyons. This long list of recreation possibilities combined with the park’s fantastic facilities makes Highline Lake State Park the perfect place to take an RV rental. Navigating your way to Highline Lake State Park with a rental RV is made even more comfortable with Interstate 70 running just south of the park.

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Getting Outdoors

One of the biggest draws to campers visiting Highline Lake State Park is the lake itself. Keen fishermen and women will be delighted to know that there are tow lakes to fish within the state park grounds, Highline Lake and the smaller Mack Mesa Lake. Both lakes offer anglers the chance to catch a wide variety of freshwater gamefish. Highline Lake State Park campers can try their hand at catching largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, black crappie, black bullhead, channel catfish, and rainbow trout. If you do happen to find a big one, be sure to head to the visitor center and have your photo posted on the Big Fish Board.

Along with the abundance of fish, Highline Lake is also a great place to get out on the water with a boat. The lake is the perfect place for a wide range of boating and watersports, from power boating, jet skiing, water skiing, sailing, and kayaking. The park is home to several boat ramps, which makes accessing the water a breeze. Those motorhome camping without boats of their own should not worry too much, Highline Lake State Park offers boat rentals which include pontoon boats and kayaks, all for competitive rates.

As Highline Lake State Park lies in western Colorado, it is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking landscapes. These landscapes are a hikers and wildlife watchers dream come true. Campers can follow one of the several trails that lead from the park and out into this draw-dropping wilderness. As well as pathways to the Grand Valley, some routes take hikers past the wetlands, south of the dam. These wetlands are a paradise for bird watching; birders can catch a glimpse of the rare Vermilion Flycatcher, snow geese, white swans, pelicans, blue herons, and many more.

Camping at Highline Lake State Park

Those RV camping at Highline Lake State Park will find a series of well-placed RV camping sites, set in a shaded area. Each site comes equipped with a grill, fire ring, and picnic table. Unfortunately, no hookups are available to RV campers on these sites. On-site facilities include coin-operated showers, a dump station, laundry facilities, water spigots, and dumpsters that are available year-round.

When campers seek a little more comfort, they can take the hour drive north to Silversage RV Park. This RV park provides electrical, water, and sewage hookups, along with flushing toilets and a shower block.

Exploring the Area

When camping at Highline Lake State Park, the wider Mesa County contains a verity of day trips and sightseeing opportunities for the entire family. Why not pay a visit to the nearby Dinosaur Journey Museum in Fruita. This is the perfect museum for lovers of these prehistoric beasts, both old and young. The museum houses a plethora of dinosaur-related exhibitions, many of which are hands-on interactive exhibitions. Learn all you can about these fantastic creatures, then stop off at the local in-house food court for a satisfying lunch.

Bananas Fun Park is another excellent place to visit and will be an entertaining day for the entire family. The park has a long list of activities to bring out your competitive side and challenge your family and friends. Highlights at the park include a miniature golf course, go-karting tracks, and the fantastic Coconut Cove Waterpark. The waterpark boasts a 10,000-gallon tipping bucket, hundreds of jet features, and much much more.

For lovers of gardens, horticulture, and all things that grow, a visit to the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens is a must. The center proudly presents a series of flower displays and uniquely designed gardens for visitor’s pleasure. Make your way around these beautiful gardens, taking in the orchids, tropical plants, and cacti. There is also the Children’s Secret Garden to be enjoyed by the younger visitors.

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