Beaver Meadows Ranch occupies more than 840 acres in a scenic river valley on the North Fork of the Cache La Poudre River, bordered on two sides by the 300,000 acre Roosevelt National Forest. All of our campsites are primitive, with no electric, water or sewer. There are two rustic outhouses located centrally in our campground. Our ranch base facilities are located just 3/4 mile away, where campers can take advantage of our restaurant, gift shop, fishing ponds, stables, showers, potable water spickets, and more.
Horse corals for boarding are available with camp sites 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24 and 26. There are another 8 corals available directly at the Stables. Overnight horse boarding is $15 per horse per night. Maximum occupancy is 2 horses per coral. All reservations for horse boarding have to be made with the stables directly! For more information and health paper requirements please call the Stable directly at (970)232-8326 or visit Beaver Meadows Stables.
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Our spacious campsites are located along the North Fork of the Cache La Poudre River. We have a variety of secluded and scenic sites. There are two outhouses centrally located in the campgrounds. Potable water is available at our base facilities. RV's welcome, but we do not offer hook-ups. Maximum of one vehicle and four people per camp site.Click here to see campsite locations on Google Maps
Located on the North Fork of the Cache La Poudre River is this 10' x 12' open room log cabin. Ideal for those preferring something more substantial than a tent. Guests will need to provide their own mattresses and/or bedding. No electricity or running water.
Located in the center of the campgrounds and central to our trail system, this 20' x 30' cabin is constructed with rough cut lumber. It has a wood burning heat stove and antique cook stove with plenty of floor space for you to set up your own bed rolls, sleeping bags and cots.
This is a great gathering place for groups renting several campsites and wanting a sheltered place for cooking and meeting. For overnight stays, guests should be sure to bring their own mattresses and/or bedding. Rental of the Homestead Cabin includes a fire-pit and two adjacent campsites. Although there is no electricity or running water, there is an outhouse located nearby. Potable water is available at our base facilities.