Dutch George Campground is a lower-elevation campground located adjacent to Colorado Highway 14 and the Cache La Poudre River. It is primarily an open flat area but there are cottonwood and ponderosa pine trees within the riparian zone of the river, providing shade to some of the campsites. This campground is well-suited for larger RVs due to the highway access, paved interior road, and longer parking spurs. There are 20 sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Each site contains a tent pad, fire grate and picnic table. Popular activities in this area include fishing, four-wheel driving, and simply relaxing near the scenic Cache La Poudre River and Wilderness Area.
This is a great camp ground on 14. It's of of the road enough that the noise isn't an issue, also right on the water. There are a couple of great sites that are private and shaded. Still close enough to Fort Collins if you need to run in. Also very close to Mishawaka, great place to grab a bite and maybe a show.
My wife and I camped here over memorial day weekend and found this campsite to be very peaceful. It is directly adjacent to the river and offers a very pleasant back noise of flowing river water. The campground host were very accommodating and the compost toilet’s were some of the cleanest I’ve ever seen. The drinking water was also very good, however you don’t want to run the faucet very fast otherwise you kick up sediment from the pipes. This is a very remote campsite that is at least 30 minutes from Fort Collins and any amount of services. There is a very neat restaurant/bar called the Mishawaka that is about 7 miles away that I recommend you visit if you camp here.
Campsite has a host with firewood for sale. Very clean bathrooms and wonderful location on the Pouder River.