Driving just a short ways away from Fort Collins, through the scenic foothills and forest, is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of daily in-town life. But can you imagine waking up every morning, walking out your front door and being in the center of it all – without actually having to drive to get there? Surrounded by views of the Cache La Poudre River, rock outcroppings, and sitting on over 140 acres of land, the Poudre Park Campground is currently listed for sale, giving someone the opportunity to buy this beautiful Bellvue property, for a cool $2.6 million dollars.

Originally built in 1930, Poudre Park Campground has been on the market since March 2018, just waiting for a new owner to bring it back to life. It's currently co-listed by Zack Wiese at Hayden Outdoors and Mike Jensen at Fort Collins Real Estate. The listing on Zillow for 9940 W. Highway 14 reads:

Poudre Park Campground is an amazing opportunity to own a profitable business, right on the highly desirable Cache La Poudre River. Minutes from the booming town of Fort Collins, this area serves as a quick and easy getaway, from the hustle of the city. The 140 acres has over ⅓  mile of river frontage and offers great fishing, rock outcroppings and many peaceful spots along the river.

Poudre Park Campground comes turn key. Improvements on site include a general store, rentable guest houses, community campground complete with fire pits, picnic tables, rustic theater for live music, and a riverfront beach. The profitable rental units are currently being utilized as long term leases but could also be converted into short term rentals. The business has a very good CAP rate and is relatively hands free.

Rusty Buffalo Campground is located off of Highway 14 and is just a short 30 minute drive from Old Town Fort Collins where you can find great restaurants, bars, live music, and micro breweries. The Cache La Poudre River offers many activities, including rafting, fishing, camping, kayaking, sightseeing and so much more.  This offering would not only serve as a remarkable outdoor property, but also as a valuable business and financial asset.

Check out photos of the available property below:

Yeah, I could definitely get used to that.