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 seven outhouses centrally located in the campgrounds. Potable water is available at our base facilities. RV's are welcome, but we do not offer hook-ups.
Beaver Meadows welcomes well-behaved dogs in approved areas. For the comfort and safety of all guests, owners must ensure their dogs are properly contained and under control at all times. Aggressive dogs will be banned.
Beaver Meadows Ranch occupies more than 480 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. There are seven 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.
CAMPING IN BEAR COUNTRY - How to Camp Bear Safe
Most campsites along the front range of Colorado and west of Interstate 25 are in bear country, according to resources provided by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Below are tips from the agency for campers.
Stash Your Trash. Use bear-proof containers when available. If they’re full, double bag trash and lock it in your trunk or RV. Never leave trash outside.
Store Attractants Safely. Store food, beverages and toiletries in airtight containers and lock in your trunk. Many bears have discovered that coolers, bags and boxes are full of food; never leave them in your tent or anywhere a bear could see, smell or reach.
Keep a Clean Camp. Bears are attracted to odors of all kinds and will investigate anything interesting in hopes of finding food.
Keep a Clean Tent. Don’t bring anything with an odor into your tent, that includes all foods, beverages, scented toiletries, gum, toothpaste, sunscreen, candles, and insect repellent. Don’t sleep in the clothes you cooked in; store them with your food.
Lock RVs and Vehicles. Close windows and lock your vehicle and RV when you leave your campsite and at night before you go to sleep.
Currently we are allowing camp fires, there are fire restrictions in Larimer County. For more information on the current fire restrictions in our area please go to Larimer County Fire Restrictions.
When camping with us use only the designated fire pits and please be careful. Never leave a fire unattended and keep the fire small. DO NOT place logs on the fire pit that do not fit into the fire pit. If excessive winds pick up, please put out your fire.
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Horse corrals for boarding are available with camp sites 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 (1 corral is shared by sites 18 and 19). There is a maximum of 2 horses per corral allowed.
In addition to campsites, the Beaver Meadows Stables has an additional 8 corrals available on location. All reservations for horse boarding have to be made with the stables directly!
Please call (970) 232-8326 or visit Beaver Meadows Stables for more information, pricing, and health paper requirements.
Staying with us overnight and need a place for your horses? We have two options:
For guests that are staying at the lodge (cottages, lodge rooms and condos) we have eight 16'x16' outdoor, uncovered horse paddocks located at the barn next to the main resort building. These paddocks are self care, self clean and are designed for one horse each. We have running water and water tubs available. We provide a wheelbarrow and a poop fork to clean up the paddocks. Cost is $30 per horse per night. Please make your lodging reservation first at Beaver Meadows and then call the stables at (970) 232-8326 to reserve your horse corrals.
For guests that are camping we have eight campsites that have outdoor corrals next to the campsite.
All horse camping is dry camping but the river runs right by the campsites and provides clean water (bring your own buckets). All paddocks are self care, self clean and are designed for two horses each. Keep in mind that the closest feed stores are located in the city of Fort Collins, about a 1-hour drive away. We provide a wheelbarrow and a poop fork to clean up the paddocks. Cost is $30 per horse per day and $20 per second horse in the same corral. Please book your campsite first at Beaver Meadows and then call the stables to reserve your horse corral (970) 232-8326. No corrals guaranteed without reserving the campsite first. 2 horses per site. Additional horse boarding available at barn (see above).