National and State Register

Saddlehorn Comfort Station

Mesa County

Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937, to accommodate the recreational needs of visitors to Colorado National Monument, the station is significant for its association with CCC and WPA relief programs during the Great Depression. 

A black and white photo of the station from a slight angle with large stone walls and overhanging gabled roof.

Saddlehorn Comfort Station (1984 photograph.)

 It is a strong example of National Park Service Rustic style architecture.  Listed under Colorado National Monument Multiple Property Submission.