RV and Camping
Thank you for visiting this page! Here you will find information to help you understand the rules and regulations regarding recreational vehicle (RV) and camping in Buena Vista. If this page does not answer all your questions please feel free to contact Code Enforcement for further information. This Ordinance will take effect on March 26, 2020
Camping and RV use on Private Property
The new ordinance states that any person can use an RV on their property for 21 user days per calendar quarter, so long as they obtain a free permit from Town. As long as you contact Town and let us know your plan on RVs or camping, you will be in compliance. We will have permits available in Town Hall during our normal business hours, and we will offer a free online permit for those who encounter an unforeseen need for one outside of normal business hours. For additional clarification and consistency, an RV will be considered occupied if it is kept with pop-outs deployed, if it is plugged in, if a water connection has been made, or if there exists any other visual indication that it may be occupied. This is not intended to inconvenience those who are getting ready for a camping trip but to keep those who try to fly under the radar honest.
It is also important to note that we added utility trailers to the rules governing parking in the Town right-of-way (ROW). These trailers will be allowed in the right of way for no more than 72 hours, after which they will have to be moved to private property. Moving the trailer down the street will not restart the clock. RVs located in the Town ROW will operate under the same rules, except they are not allowed to be occupied while in the ROW or on any other Town-owned or leased property.
The paper version to either be emailed or turned into Town Hall HERE