Highline Lake State Park

Highline Lake State Park


Location:From Grand Junction, west on I-70 to Loma exit, then north on CO 139 for 6 miles, west on Q Road 1.2 miles, north onto 11.8 Road for 1 mile to park entrance.
Facilities:28 campsites, showers, restrooms, laundry, 78 picnic sites, group picnic area, multi-use trails (5 miles), bathhouse, 2 boat ramps, boat rental, jet ski rental, observation deck, snack bar (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, sailboarding, jet skiing, hunting (with restrictions), hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ice skating, ice fishing, winter camping, bird watching.
Special Features:Park features two lakes: Highline Lake is designated for water-skiers and boaters, and Mack Mesa Lake is designated for wakeless boating only. Both offer great fishing. The park is the center for water sports in the Grand Valley of western Colorado and makes an ideal base camp for exploring the Grand Junction area.
Address:1800 11.8 Rd
Loma, CO 81524

Phone:970-858-7208
Web: parks.state.co.us
Size: 580 acres land; 174 acres water. Elevation: 4,700 feet.

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