Saddlehorn Campground Review in Colorado

Saddlehorn Campground is run by the National Park Service (NPS), and is the only campground inside Colorado National Monument, near Grand Junction in western Colorado.

It is situated between Grand Junction and Fruita Colorado, about 6 miles from the major highway I-70.

Location of Saddlehorn Campground

There are plenty of attractions and activities in Grand Junction and Fruita for outdoor enthusiasts, especially cyclists, hikers and rafters.

Area Attractions

Nearby Grand Junction is a sizable city for any of your city needs, such as shopping, services and restaurants.

Loop A is open year round for camping on a first come, first served basis. A camp host is available on-site to help when needed.

Amenities at Saddlehorn Campground

There are restroom facilities with flush toilets, and water available to fill jugs, but you cannot fill your RV with water here.

Loop A and B have a combined total of 51 sites, including accessible and group camping. They are pretty basic, with NO electrical or water hookups.

RV Sites At Saddlehorn Campground

Sites in Loop A and B allow for RVs and the use of generators. Loop C also has 18 sites, but does not allow RVs other than truck campers or other small vehicles. Be aware that most sites are NOT level.

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