We wanted to explore Uncompahgre National Forest, and Naturita was right where we wanted to have home base. But it’s a small town, and there aren’t many options. High Country RV Park was our best bet.
It’s a vast, dry location with big spots. There is plenty of room between them. The owner is very helpful and nice, and they’re trying very hard to make it nice. There are full bathrooms with showers like you’re at someone’s house.
But it’s bare bones. Julie stayed in an old trailer that was offered as a rental, which was very rustic but it worked.
It was comical, how bad it was. We saw a deer in the trash across the road at the side of someone’s house. There was a church nearby with a big light that flashed off and on all night, and we made up a “Disco Jesus” song to it.
I would stay here again in a motor home or hard-sided trailer or camper, but in a popup it was too depressing.