My wife and I camped here just before memorial day and had the entire campsite to ourselves. I imagine during hunting season this camp is quite busy, however we found it very peaceful in the off months. But hey, it’s free camping. Because of its location so deep in the woods mosquitoes, horseflies, and yellow flies were in abundance. Using a therma cell was perfect at keeping them at bay. There is a composting toilet in the middle of the campground that was very clean as it has had very little use.
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.