In Colorado, there are several counties that allow full-time RV living, but the regulations and requirements may vary. It’s important to check with each county to verify their specific rules and regulations. Some counties that allow full-time RV living include:
- El Paso County
- Weld County
- Pueblo County
- Douglas County
- Mesa County
- Park County
- Chaffee County
- Fremont County
- Teller County
Again, it’s important to check with each county to verify their specific regulations and requirements for full-time RV living, but here are some of the general rules for the counties above:
- A recreational vehicle may be used as a primary residence for no longer than 180 days per calendar year, and must be registered with the County Planning and Community Development Department.
- The RV must be parked on a parcel of land that is at least two acres in size and zoned for residential use.
- The RV must be connected to a septic system that meets county requirements, or a holding tank that is emptied by a licensed waste hauler.
- The RV must be connected to a potable water source, either a well or a municipal water system.
- The RV must be connected to an electrical source that meets county requirements, which may include a permit from the Regional Building Department.
- The RV must be located at least 100 feet from any watercourse or wetland, and 50 feet from any property line.
These regulations may be subject to change, and it’s important to check with the County Planning and Community Development Department to ensure compliance with current regulations.