Saddleback Mountain RV Park

(3) Reviews

2899 County Road 303, Balmorhea, TX, 79718

The Saddleback Mountain RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Balmorhea, and is a great spot for an authentic Texas vacation. Campers can enjoy the Balmorhea Natural Spring to soak or just enjoy the sights, and there's also acres and acres of untouched land to explore, hiking and mountain bike. The state park is nearby and campers can look forward to a breathtaking natural terrain filled with vivid colors and plenty of fresh air. Many flock there for the cool oasis of the park's pool, the largest spring-fed swimming pool in the world. Guests can swim, scuba dive or just relax under the trees at this historic park. Campers can also go wildlife viewing, birding and geocaching. For the learners-at-heart, there's tons to see and experience; camper favorites include: Fort Davis National Historic Site, McDonald Observatory, Fort Davis attractions, West of the Pecos Museum in Pecos, Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center and the Museum of the Big Bend in Alpine. Amenities at the park include: water, 30/50 amp sites, tent camping, pull thrus and big rig access. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 11/19/2020

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Partial Hook-Up Site $20.00 $125.00 $500.00 See More

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Tent Site $10.00

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

50 Amps

30 Amps




Scenic Drives

Scuba Diving


Swimming Outdoors

Wildlife Viewing

2899 County Road 303, Balmorhea, TX, 79718
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Kathy Williams

Great place for an overnight, clean, great little restaurant and nicely landscaped.

Val Eastland

This was probably great when first more but I do see a glimmering of what was once good. Our power reciprocal had the 30 amp burned so used an adapter and use 50 amp. Sewer was not covered in next site wiith a super stench so placed flat rock and plastic bag. No covers on many of them. Garbage from previous tenants with lighter metal can also in fire pit with some kind of metal cable skyping around. Used clothing next to power receptical. Water filling station broken. Pros...long sites, fairly level. Most sites have some type of desert foilage. verizon 4GLTE. No Wi-Fi but we had MIFI so no problem. Self pay $20.

Raleigh Jarrell

A lot of RVers have said they had heard that it was filled with oilfield workers and had no spaces available. Not true, we stopped there today and at least 8 empty spaces. However, the power in each one was either off or bad and our EMS system kept kicking it out. They have also trashed the place. I was sad to see what was once a very nice, easy overnight stop ruined. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group