RV Camping

Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort


Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado in the beautiful Pike’s Peak region. Colorado Springs offers a number of beautiful attractions and activities, attracting numerous RVers all through the year. And this RV campground is a year round resort, catering to the wide variety of campers. This Colorado RV camping site sits on 45 acres of clean land with numerous pine trees and deer wandering through the site.

Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort offers wide roads and spacious sites, and can accommodate any size recreational vehicle.

This Colorado RV campground provides a recreation room, which is spacious enough to accommodate small group meetings, bingo, potlucks, and square dancing. This room also includes a big screen television, ideal for nighttime movies and Sunday afternoon football games. In addition, the recreational room of Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort includes tables for playing cards, puzzles, board games, and cozy fireplaces.

Additional amenities offered by Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort include:

  • Pull-thru sites
  • Wireless Internet
  • Electric hook up
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Tents allowed
  • 50amp
  • Shade trees
  • Big rig access
  • Pets allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Restrooms with showers

This RV campground also offers two roomy pavilions, which are ideal for your outdoor potlucks and friendly get-togethers. The pavilions include grills and both are well lit at night. Other outdoor facilities offered by this RV park include a playground for small children and an outdoor volleyball court. You can even go hiking at the small mountain, which offers a clean and well-marked path.

The two bathhouses of Mountaindale Cabins & RV Resort are fully equipped and one of them has six individual restrooms with shower, sink and toilet. One of the restrooms has wheelchair access. In addition, it has a laundry room with four washers and four dryers. The other bathhouse comes with two showers, sinks and toilet cubicles on both the women’s side and men’s side.

However, this RV campground is away from town and may not be suitable for RVers who want to stay near downtown.




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  1. Angie

    There aren’t many good campgrounds near Colorado Springs. The parks near the city are small, overcrowded and unpleasant. Do yourself a favor and check out Mountaindale. They’re a little farther out, but if you have a toad, it’s no big deal. I highly recommend the premium sites; they’re attractively landscaped and nice to pull into. The hiking paths were great and the staff was extremely friendly. The ice cream social with live music was a very nice touch. The park is outside of Colorado Springs, but it’s a pretty easy drive. Unfortunately, our toad chose that leg of our vacation to crap out, in 95 deg. weather with two small kids, 5 miles from Mountaindale on the side of the highway, not near anything. The facilities manager, Charlie, went above and beyond to help us out, for which we are eternally grateful. Charlie came and picked the kids and me up while my husband waited for assistance. He took us back to the campground, then drove some gas back out to my husband and refused to let us reimburse him. (Our car ended up requiring major repairs and we towed it back to IL without using it again). Thank you Mountaindale and Charlie, for helping us out on a rough patch of our epic Colorado trip! I’ll be recommending your park to anyone rving in the Colorado Springs area!

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