This campground is located along the Laramie River Road (County Road 103) near the confluence of the West Branch Laramie River and the Laramie River. It is situated in a mature lodgepole pine forest where the mountain pine beetle has been very active. As a result, many dead trees have been cut to provide for visitor safety. Although somewhat less shady than in years past, the facility still provides for a pleasant camping experience. Each of the 49 sites has a picnic table, fire grate and tent pad. Popular activities include stream fishing, hiking in the Rawah Wilderness and wildlife viewing.
About 5 miles up a well maintained gravel road. The host was very helpful and there's a nice hike from the campground. Wood available and a lot of shade. Stayed on a Monday and it was about 3/4 full by the end of the day.
Picked this campsite due to a last minute change of plans. Maintained by American Land & Leisure which has been upgrading facilities, new fire rings and bear box storage containers. The camp ground manager was visible working. Fireword is provide for sale on site. Water is available. Pit toilets are clean and less than 10 yers old. sites are well spaced . The facility has trails and fishing available with a drive of 1 mile to 12 miles.
clean easy to access
It does get cold at night in summer between 15°F-50°F
This is our 2nd favorite campground. It is a bit remote, with no services anywhere near by but it is gorgeous. We love to fish & the Poudre Canyon is one of our favorite places to fish. The campground is always clean & has never been too crowded. Hoping to get back there this year. Happy camping!!!!