Cedar Creek RV Park

Cedar Creek RV Park

Map of Cedar Creek RV Park

126 Rose Lane
Montrose, CO

Private Campground

Experience the true personality of a family owned park. Shady pull-thru sites. Big rig friendly. In-town convenience/country quiet. Cedar Creek RV Park in Montrose is located in the Uncompahgre Valley on Colorado’s western slope. Enjoy scenic day trips with the Rocky Mountains directly east, the sparkling San Juan Mountains just 25 miles south, and the largest flat top mountain, Grand Mesa, 40 miles north of the park. We are also only 20 minutes from the breathtaking views of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. Enjoy a day of shopping or sightseeing in nearby Ridgway, Telluride, or Ouray. We take pride in our customer service and enjoy assisting our guests with sightseeing adventures to ensure you experience the true beauty of Colorado.

Amenities and Services

Covered Pavillion Area, Fenced Pet Area, Internet Access, Laundry Facilities, Recreation Hall, Restroom/Shower Facilities, TV/Satellite Service, AAA, Good Sam Club


Mini Golf

Nearby Attractions and Services

BLACK CANYON OF THE GUNNISON NATIONAL PARK: (12 miles E. on Hwy 50) Just designated a National Park - "no other canyon in North America combines the depth, narrowness, sheerness and somber countenance...". OWL CREEK PASS AND SILVER JACK RESERVOIR: Loved by John Wayne. Movies were filmed in this area. BLUE MESA CURECANTI NATIONAL RECREATION AREA: Blue Mesa is Colorado's largest lake. Cimarron railroad exhibit. Boat tours of Morrow Point Lake. TELLURIDE AND WEST END: Beautiful scenery traveling through rural communities on the way to one of Colorado's historic towns and ski resort. OURAY: Historic town, "Swiss Alps of the Rockies". Shops, galleries and good restaurants. COLORADO NATIONAL MONUMENT: Outside of Grand Junction; beautiful rock formations. GRAND MESA SCENIC & HISTORIC BYWAY: Climbs through the dusty canyon of Plateau Creek to the cool evergreen forests of the Mesa top. COLORADO WINE COUNTRY: Winemaking in Colorado's West Slope for over a century.

How to Get Here

Traveling West on Hwy 50: Turn left at the first stop light which is Hillcrest. Go south 1 block. Turn right on Alley Way. Go straight 1 block and into the park. Traveling East on Hwy 50: Turn right at the light which is Hillcrest. Go 1 block south to Alley Way and turn right. Go straight 1 block and into the park.

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