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Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming

Who knew the Rocky Mountains had a sister? Well she exists in the form of the Bighorn Mountains, and you are definitely going to want to pay her a visit. At the Bighorn National Forest you’ll find Read more...
Who knew the Rocky Mountains had a sister? Well she exists in the form of the Bighorn Mountains, and you are definitely going to want to pay her a visit. At the Bighorn National Forest you’ll find alpine lakes, glacial valleys, rugged mountains and a whopping 1,500 miles of trails ripe for exploring. The endless green rolling hills and alpine meadows will leave you drooling. Loads of camping options make it easy to find a homebase for any activity you can imagine. Next time you are on a roadtrip to Yellowstone or Mt. Rushmore, spend some time in this lesser known wonderland, where you can get a serious nature fix without all the traffic, camera flashes, and tour buses of it’s crowded neighbors.
Cross Creek Campground
If you’re into re-wilding, we highly recommend a wilderness jaunt to the Cross Creek Campground....
Ranger Creek Recreation Area
In the Bighorn Mountains, you’re bound to see an abundance of wildlife no matter where you decide to...
Ranger Creek Campground
Less than 20 miles from Big Horn, Wyoming, Ranger Creek campground brings you a forested landscape and...
East Fork Campground
The Bighorn Mountains contain some of the most impressive wilderness in the region, boasting a number...
Medicine Lodge Lake Campground
We’re not sure if Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman operated out of a lodge in Wyoming, but it sure feels like...
Lower Paintrock Lake Campground
There’s nothing “lower” about Lower Paintrock Lake Campground. In Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest,...
Little Goose Campground
Isn’t it ironic: finding solitude in the wilderness is getting harder and harder these days. Bighorn...
Tie Flume Campground
The Bighorn National Forest is a secluded oasis for outdoor adventurers, with countless opportunities...
Owen Creek Campground
Located on the big and beautiful Bighorn Scenic Byway, Owen Creek Campground treats its patrons to...
Sibley Lake Campground
If you’re planning on getting high this weekend, why not head to the Bighorns? At 7,900 feet above sea...
Prune Creek Campground
If your camping checklist includes wilderness, lakes, wild rivers, great fishing, and epic hiking, the...
Pine Island Group Campground
As you drive into the campsite at Pine Island Group Area in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest, you’ll...
North Tongue Campground
Wyoming, you never disappoint, especially at the North Tongue Campground. The campground is perched on...
West Tensleep Lake Campground
Wow West Tensleep, did they give the campground this name because there’s so much to do, that you’d...
Deer Park Campground
With easy roadside access, plenty of shade, biking, hiking, and OHV trails, it’s no mystery why Deer...
Hunter Campground
Wicked cool variety in landscape and weather make the Cloud Peak and Rock Creek Wilderness Areas...
Island Park Campground
Island Park Campground isn't really on an island, but with plenty of space between sites and fishing...
Sitting Bull Campground
Sitting Bull Campground invites you to kick back on the treelined edge of an expansive mountain...
Circle Park Campground
Michelle
Michelle: 2 moose walked through our campsite in the evening, which is a common occurrence according to the park...
Willow Park Group Campground
It gets chilly up in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming, and huddling close to other warm bodies fends...
Middle Fork Campground
Albert
Albert: Excellent campsites situated right along the creek. The campground is in a wooded steep canyon so shad...
Boulder Park Campground
The beating heart of north-central Wyoming, the Bighorn Mountain range is commonly referred to as the...
Tie Hack Campground
Clouds above you, the Tie Hack Campground waits for you to discover its hiking, fishing, and scenic...
South Fork Campground
Stretching along the South Fork of Clear Creek, South Fork Campground is nestled in a dense grove of...
Sheep Mountain Lookout
Now here’s a unique lodging option courtesy of the Bighorn National Forest. The Sheep Mountain Fire...
Pole Creek Cabin
Looking for a four-season getaway that is perfect for cross-country ski trips, snowmobile vacations,...
Leigh Creek Campground
For a grand outdoor experience, nestled among pines, stay at Leigh Creek Campground. Located at the...
Bald Mountain Campground
Bald Mountain Campground is a treasure chest brimming with jewels of nature! Not only are there...
Porcupine Campground
Snuggled into the folds of a lodgepole pine and aspen forest, Porcupine Campground comes pretty close...
Lost Cabin Campground
Meandering up a hillside amongst a thick grove of Lodgepole pines, settle into Lost Cabin Campground...
Muddy Guard Cabin
There is nothing more romantic than a cabin getaway in the wilderness, just you and that lucky...
Doyle Campground
So you wanna explore the awesome scenery in and around the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area, but don’t wanna...
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Circle J Bunk Houses
Circle J
Circle J: Circle J Retreat Camp is 200 acres of forest, hiking trails, dashing waters, and the retreat of Ten...
Camp at Rangeland
Ellen
Ellen: Visit the Majestic Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming . We offer wall tents with wood stoves and cots, cook...
Circle J Retreat Camp Tipi
Ryan
Ryan: I spent a few nights at Circle J on my way out to Yellowstone. So glad I did! Tim and Sandy are so swe...
Homestead Simply!
Franzelle
Franzelle: Bring your own wall tent, tipi, something else. You choose the location. Big views of the Big Horn...
Creekside Ranch and Cowcamp
Karen
Karen: Creekside cabins give you a taste of the Old West just 12 miles from Sheridan and about 22 from...
Crazy Woman Canyon Camp
Morgan
Morgan: This is not your typical campsite. It is pure western magic. Mikel is a fantastic host. She excels at ...
Black Canyon Campground
Come one, come all…but only if you’re coming by boat. Black Canyon Campground is a cozy spot along the...
Tongue River Campground
The only things more abundant than campsites at Tongue River are bass and walleye. Spending the night...
Trail Creek Campground
Get your primitive camping kicks at Trail Creek Campground. The campsites here are pretty small, but...
Horseshoe Bend Campground
Jennifer
Jennifer: This area is very hot and dry so be prepared to stay hydrated while staying here. We used rocks to hol...
Medicine Creek Campground
Spectacular sunsets are par for the course at Medicine Creek Campground. But to get there, you’ll have...
Afterbay Campground
Afterbay Campground is certainly not at afterthought! Here you’ll find shaded sites for RVs and tents...
Big Quiet Cowboy Camping
Emmett
Emmett: Camping was good. The shower was fun. Rod was a kind host and breakfast was good. I would highly...
Sage Creek Campground
Should you find yourself in the Pryor Mountains, you'll surely become familiar with Sage Creek...
Cow Creek Campground And Picnic Area
For a place to pitch your tent or unpack your picnic, find yourself at Cow Creek Campground. It's got...
Blacks Pond Campground
They say that great things come in small packages, and Blacks Pond Campground offers a perfect pair of...
Painter Outpost Bear Cabin
Ryan
Ryan : Make Painter Outpost your access to Yellowstone National Park. Within walking distance to the pristine...
Diamond Butte Lookout/Cabin
Ever dreamed of camping out at a fire lookout tower? Well now is your chance! Diamond Butte Lookout is...
Lower Wind River Campground
Jamee
Jamee: Pulled in late and found a nice site by the river. Sweet little spot, but next to highway. No...
Upper Wind River Campground
Unzip your tent, gaze at the mighty Wind River flowing beneath ancient rock walls (while still in your...