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North Fork Poudre Campground

The North Fork Poudre Campground is located along the Deadman Road west of Red Feather Lakes, near the banks of the North Fork Cache la Poudre River in a dense lodgepole pine forest. This is an older facility with short parking spurs that will not accommodate larger RVs. Each of the nine sites have a picnic table, tent pad and fire grate. Recreational activities in the area include hiking, stream fishing and four-wheel driving.


Driving directions to North Fork Poudre Campground

Drive 21 miles north of Fort Collins on U.S. Highway 287.Turn left (west) onto the Red Feather Lakes Road (County Road 74E). Continue west as the road designation changes to County Road 86 (Deadman Road, formerly County Road 162), through Red Feather Lakes. The campground is on the north side of the road roughly seven miles west of Red Feather Lakes Village.

Location and contact info

Deadman Road, CO 80545

For campground inquires, please call:

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Activities at North Fork Poudre Campground

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