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Boysen State Park

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Boysen State Park, Wyoming

A startling expanse of blue surrounded on all sides by dry, rocky plains, Boysen State Park is as close to an oasis as you can get. Like many parks in Wyoming, this one was created around an Read more...
A startling expanse of blue surrounded on all sides by dry, rocky plains, Boysen State Park is as close to an oasis as you can get. Like many parks in Wyoming, this one was created around an artificial lake—the 19,000 acre Boysen Reservoir. This body of water may be man-made, but nature lovers will delight at the untouched surroundings: a rainbow of vibrant badlands and fantastical rock formations serve as a cherry on top of the starkly beautiful, hilly panorama that frames its shores. While there are certainly hiking trails available, the real playground is the water. By boat, you can cruise up to the incredibly scenic northwest end of the lake, great for waterskiing and far from any major roads. Oh, and don't forget your rod and reel—Boysen is also a fisherman's paradise, with enough rainbow trout, walleye, and perch to make for some legendary camp meals.
North Muddy Campground
North Muddy Campground provides easy access to both Boysen Reservoir and Lake Cameahwait (aka Bass...
South Muddy Campground
South Muddy Campground is kinda like it’s northern neighbor except it’s located on West Shoreline Loop...
Sandy Hills Campground
Located on West Shoreline Loop 1 between South Muddy and Fremont Bay Campground, Sandy Hills...
Fremont Bay Campground
Fremont Bay Campground is the southernmost camp on West Shoreline Loop 1. It has some of the most...
Sand Mesa Campground
Located on West Shoreline Loop 2, Sand Mesa Campground has convenient access to Boysen Reservoir....
Trout Bay Campground
Another one of the Loop 2 west side camps, Trout Bay Campground is right on the water. Yes, there is...
Cottonwood Bay Campground
Posted up on the west siiiiide of the reservoir on Loop 2, Cottonwood Bay Campground has close access...
Tough Creek Campground
Sometimes places just don't live up to their names, and in the case of Tough Creek Campground, this is...
Poison Creek Campground
Jamee
Jamee: September 17, 2015. Secluded spot. We stopped here on a whim only to find we are only ones here. ...
Tamarask Campground
If you’ve got a boat, you may want to camp out at the Tamarask Campground, located at the north end of...
Brannon Campground
Located on the north end of the reservoir, Brannon Campground is close to park headquarters and a...
Upper Wind River Campground
Unzip your tent, gaze at the mighty Wind River flowing beneath ancient rock walls (while still in your...
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...
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Star Ranch
tammy
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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...
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Circle J: Circle J Retreat Camp is 200 acres of forest, hiking trails, dashing waters, and the retreat of Ten...
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Franzelle
Franzelle: Bring your own wall tent, tipi, something else. You choose the location. Big views of the Big Horn...
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...
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Meredith
Meredith: Star lite nights is in a great place to see the stars! nothing but open land and open sky for miles!...
Sinks Canyon Campground
Madelyn
Madelyn: Sinks Canyon is absolutely ideal. Relatively quiet, close to world class climbing and a beautiful...
Dickinson Creek Campground
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Fiddlers Lake Campground
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Little Popo Agie Campground
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Louis Lake Campground
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Wood River Campground
Escape the summer heat at shady waterside Wood River Campground. This small, quiet destination is easy...
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...
Brown Mountain Campground
Experience that one-of-a-kind unwinding that only comes with camping near flowing water at Brown...
Solar ECLIPSE tent camping
Annell
Annell: We have Dry Camping spaces available! 15- Tent spaces 20'x20' for $210. Per night. We are located...
Big Sandy Campground
What’s the word for more than one moose? Mooses? Meese? Whatever it is, you might run into a few of...
Leigh Creek Campground
For a grand outdoor experience, nestled among pines, stay at Leigh Creek Campground. Located at the...
Horse Creek Campground
Right on Horse Creek, with Burroughs Creek in the near distance, Horse Creek Campground opens up your...