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The 20 best camping spots in Wyoming.

Geysers, bison, dramatic mountain ranges, and world-class fishing all await in the wild and rugged expanse of Wyoming.

Poison Creek Campground

1. Poison Creek Campground

Poison Creek Campground is set on the southeast section of the Boysen Reservoir. There’s convenient access to the waterfront, and a short trek...

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Jamee: September 17, 2015. Secluded spot. We stopped here on a whim only to find we are only ones here. Couldn't be more perfect. ...
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Tough Creek Campground

2. Tough Creek Campground

Sometimes places just don't live up to their names, and in the case of Tough Creek Campground, this is a good thing. Sitting pretty on a peninsula...

Camping in Wyoming evokes the feeling as though the opportunities for outdoor recreation are truly endless. Visit Grand Teton National park for world-class trout fishing, wildflower gazing, climbing, and mountaineering on some of the nation’s most stunning peaks. Within the southern section of the park you can camp in Jackson Hole, where you’ll be surrounded by nature, but Read more...
Camping in Wyoming evokes the feeling as though the opportunities for outdoor recreation are truly endless. Visit Grand Teton National park for world-class trout fishing, wildflower gazing, climbing, and mountaineering on some of the nation’s most stunning peaks. Within the southern section of the park you can camp in Jackson Hole, where you’ll be surrounded by nature, but still close to town. Head north from Grand Teton National Park to Yellowstone National Park—a true natural wonder where you can see hundreds of geysers, wild grasslands, incredible mountain ranges, bison, and maybe even wolves. In the very north of the state you can camp, fish, hike, and climb among the vast beauty Bighorn National Forest. Further east, near the South Dakota border, you can visit Devils Tower National Monument to climb and to learn about the area's sacred history. Ease sore muscles by slipping into soothing waters at Hot Springs State Park, where you might be lucky enough to spot a bison mid-soak. Given the state’s expansive size and impressive array of state and national parks, RV in addition to tent camping in Wyoming is a popular way to see the state's sights.
Fremont Bay Campground

3. Fremont Bay Campground

Fremont Bay Campground is the southernmost camp on West Shoreline Loop 1. It has some of the most complete amenities in the park (including a...

Sandy Hills Campground

4. Sandy Hills Campground

Located on West Shoreline Loop 1 between South Muddy and Fremont Bay Campground, Sandy Hills Campground is parked just a tad further away from the...

Before becoming president, Gerald Ford worked as a seasonal park ranger at Yellowstone National Park in 1936.
Sand Mesa Campground

5. Sand Mesa Campground

Located on West Shoreline Loop 2, Sand Mesa Campground has convenient access to Boysen Reservoir. Anglers routinely pull rainbow trout, perch, and...

North Muddy Campground

6. North Muddy Campground

North Muddy Campground provides easy access to both Boysen Reservoir and Lake Cameahwait (aka Bass Lake). Amenities aren’t plentiful, but you can...

Popular among climbers and considered sacred among Native American tribes, Devils Tower was the country’s first national monument.
South Muddy Campground

7. South Muddy Campground

South Muddy Campground is kinda like it’s northern neighbor except it’s located on West Shoreline Loop 1, and has access to a larger group shelter...

Trout Bay Campground

8. Trout Bay Campground

Another one of the Loop 2 west side camps, Trout Bay Campground is right on the water. Yes, there is some good trout here of the rainbow variety,...

Surprising to many, there are more than 30 islands within Wyoming. Get your kayaks ready.
Tamarask Campground

9. Tamarask Campground

If you’ve got a boat, you may want to camp out at the Tamarask Campground, located at the north end of the reservoir. You can tie up your boat...

Brannon Campground

10. Brannon Campground

Located on the north end of the reservoir, Brannon Campground is close to park headquarters and a reservoir marina. If you’re planning on boating...

Home to more than 300 geysers and 290 waterfalls, Yellowstone National Park was the first place in the world to become a national park.
Cottonwood Bay Campground

11. Cottonwood Bay Campground

Posted up on the west siiiiide of the reservoir on Loop 2, Cottonwood Bay Campground has close access to the lake with a sandy beach and even a few...

Upper Wind River Campground

12. Upper Wind River Campground

Unzip your tent, gaze at the mighty Wind River flowing beneath ancient rock walls (while still in your tent), and when you're ready, grab your gear...

Lower Wind River Campground

13. Lower Wind River Campground

If your mission is to spend as much time on the water as possible, Lower Wind River Campground at the old Boysen Dam is your best bet for staying...

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Jamee: Pulled in late and found a nice site by the river. Sweet little spot, but next to highway. No traffic at night, but truck...
North Red Hills Camping Area

14. North Red Hills Camping Area

Arriving at Seminoe State Park, tucked in between mountain and reservoir, is like coming across hidden treasure. Rocky mountains, clear blue...

South Red Hills Camping Area

15. South Red Hills Camping Area

Seminoe Reservoir, fed by two different rivers, is plump as can be and ready to meet all of your boating, swimming, paddling and beach-bumming...

Sunshine Beach Camping Area

16. Sunshine Beach Camping Area

To level up your camping experience, visit Sunshine Beach Camping area. Each site comes equipped with gravel pads, tables, and fire rings. Plus,...

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Leigh Creek Campground

17. Leigh Creek Campground

For a grand outdoor experience, nestled among pines, stay at Leigh Creek Campground. Located at the bottom of Leigh Canyon, Leigh Creek Campground...

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Doyle Campground

18. Doyle Campground

So you wanna explore the awesome scenery in and around the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area, but don’t wanna be all touristy about it? Consider Doyle...

Boulder Park Campground

19. Boulder Park Campground

The beating heart of north-central Wyoming, the Bighorn Mountain range is commonly referred to as the little sister of the Rocky Mountains, and...

Lost Cabin Campground

20. Lost Cabin Campground

Meandering up a hillside amongst a thick grove of Lodgepole pines, settle into Lost Cabin Campground or throw your stuff into a pile and start...