RV Parks & Campgrounds

Saddleback RV Resort RV Parks

2.0 Stars 2.0 - 7 Reviews  $$
(970) 285-5640
0095 Eldora Dr
Parachute, Colorado


Water, Electric, Fifty Amp, Sewer, Pets allowed


May 19, 2023 - reviewed by Longterm
2.0 Stars   
Just called and they said they are more for long-term campers. Living there, described it as more of a community. She said nothing available until June... They did say they're trying to have more short term available in the future.

July 26, 2022 - reviewed by Jerry Merryman
2.0 Stars   
Just called campground phone number is changed to 9702855640. After several attempts of calling in 3 days to talk to someone - not an answering service. Probably not good for a big rig - tried to make reservation for 42' Motorhome - was informed their "spot" was already reserved/filled.

October 21, 2020 - reviewed by GORDON G
3.0 Stars   
Could Be Better
I agree with previous reviews. Lots of long term older RVs, it needs work, but it has excellent bones. All spaces are wide and fairly level, and all are asphalt, with big wide asphalt roads. Hookups are there and worked, however many do need work. The neighbors we had were long term, very friendly, and helpful. At $14/night for full hookups with Passport America, it is hard to beat. We spent 4 nights, and only used as a base camp for exploring the area, and it fully suited our needs. Mind you this isn't a KOA and doesn't have playgrounds, pool, or jacuzzi, but it is quiet and away from the interstate, train tracks, or busy roads.

August 2, 2020 - reviewed by Wilson Jones
2.0 Stars   
Needs A Lot Of Work
So there was two really good things about this park. The first was my site was very level. The second is the mountain view in the background. Unfortunately, that's where the good ends. There are huge tanks of propane in front of rv's in this park. So I think its safe to say they have been there for a while. There is no wifi and only two channels came in on our TV. The weeds were high and the laundry facility had no air conditioning. The picnic table at my spot was plastic and had a hole melted through the middle of it. When I explained that to management, she said she would take care of it. I never saw a new one while i was there. I wouldn't recommend this place.

September 2, 2019 - reviewed by Bonny Knowlton
1.0 Stars   
One Nighter
This park was bought out in 2017 and is now called Saddleback RV Park. It needs ALOT of work....electric boxes are hanging off posts, some of water faucets are totally hidden by either weeds or fiberglass stuffing. Most people live here in run down rvs. The only nice part is the office, clean bathroom, and laundry room. I was told they just brought in some landscapers this summer. Although only the area surrounding the office us landscaped. I stayed 4 nights because I was able to get discount using Passport America card...$13.50 night. One day I saw some workers raking and pulling weeds. They looked like residents since they drove their personal cars and just used black garbage bags....no landscaping equipment. Best ever is seeing wild turkeys walking thru park daily. Hopefully new company puts some money into this place.

April 25, 2019 - reviewed by C Gentzler
2.0 Stars   
Needs Alot Of Work
Staff is very nice but park is mostly long term stay. Dogs run wild and there was dog fences all around my site. No one checks on anything. There were no maintenance people working on the park itself just on the entrance shrubs. It is a beautiful setting and could be a great park with work.

November 7, 2016 - reviewed by Robert McBride
2.0 Stars   
Mostly A Work Camp
It was good for one night with great men views. Level sites with cement & spacious. I felt like I was in a parking lot though. the place needs work but good for overnight