Camping in Wyoming

Monumental landscapes, epic outdoor adventures, and a taste of the Wild West await in Wyoming.

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Buford Canyon

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Buford, Albany
We purchased 40 acres several years ago and built our home on the west side. We wished we could better access and appreciate the amazing views on the east side so we built two off grid cabins and a campsite. We have been encouraged to share this very special location with others.
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Ten Sleep Brewing Co.

17 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Ten Sleep, Washakie
Our Brewery is located in a field next to Signal Butte, a beautiful red cliff at the base of the Big Horn Mountains in Ten Sleep Wyoming. We are surrounded by beautiful vistas! Our talented Brewers make some of the best beer in the state! Each small camp site offers a shaded picnic table per site, nearby port a potties, access to limited brewery wifi with incredible vistas all around. A very unique and beautiful brewery camping experience! Please note! It is important to look at each sites description when booking as some sites accommodate different sized camping rigs. Also please note we are located next to a Red Vista RV park. If you turn to soon you will be at Red Vista RV park which has concrete pads. SOOOO if you are at the concrete pads you are in the wrong spot. Check in at Brewery upon arrival. If you love to climb and experience the outdoors this is your place. Rich in history, this ranching town was the halfway point—or ten “sleeps”—between two major Sioux Indian camps. Surrounded by working sheep and cattle farms, today’s Ten Sleep, with a permanent population of only 260 is a fun detour for those on the way to Yellowstone National Park, and to the nearby Bighorn National Forest. Ten Sleep is so close to the Bighorn Mountains that you can’t see them from most places in town—the striking reddish-hued foothills block the view. But you can’t help taking in Ten Sleep Canyon, which rises into the mountains starting about six miles east of town and has grown in the past couple of decades into one of America’s top summer climbing destinations, with more than 800 climbing routes! Our guests also love staying with us! "Camping at a brewery was so convenient for us. The beer was super tasty and it was awesome that all we had to do was walk to our tent afterwards. And it was supercool to spot some pronghorn antelope right on the property."
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Last Chance Camp & Lodging Cheyenne

257 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents22 acres · Cheyenne, Laramie
Rustic Ranchette on the "Plains of Wyoming" with Dispersed Camping for RV's, Tents, Busses, Van, and Car campers. ENJOY a Large fully equipped Community Kitchen, Port a Pot, Outdoor shower (Seasonal, Oct? (freezing-June), One Large Community Firepit (at the Kitchen), Internet (Verizon/Sprint or Wifi), Camp tables. Prairie Land with a hidden Labrinth, Horses, Chickens, Farming and a dog named Brandon our ranch dog that will likely greet you! *MY neighbor's dogs do not know their boundaries, they (including Brandon), listen to "Out" or "Go Home"! They are all very sweet. Heads up if your dog is not "this" social. They all really do listen, say it like you mean it! - Please prepare to be Fully Self Contained & *Self Sufficient. No Office. Drive to the Prairie or the Shady Tree row and grab a picnic table of your choice. Message Christine when you arrive and depart. Exact location is displayed after booking but here is a clue! 2 miles east of I-25 / Exit 16. Search: Tractor Supply, Cheyenne, WY. Please make your reservations online, prior to arrival. Check In 12-2AM Check out 1200ish- flexible! Late Arrivals are OK! but! No calls after 9PM. All directions are given at time of booking, and there are lights with signage. Our house is Orange and we have 16 panels of Solar. We Do Not have a dump station or hookups. This is Rustic, Primitive, Boondocking, Dry Camping. Deep well water is available. Dumping any sewage or grey water is Prohibited by Law, $500 fine. Free-range chickens closer to the house. Run dogs on the back 10 if they are overly curious or chasing chickens. Quiet Generator, 60 decibels or less. No Loud Gens allowed for more than 2 hours, off by 9PM on at 7AM. LOCAL PLACES 22 miles to Kurt Gowdy State Park where you can rent a kayak or go for a hike to the Hidden Falls, Vedauwoo (Vee dah voo) hiking trails. Check out the Bunk House Bar and Grill for a great food with a western experience. 7 miles to Wyoming State Capital and the yummy Rib and Chop House, in the heart of downtown, Cheyenne 3 miles to gas, 5 miles to Groceries and fast food 2.5 to The Little Bear / The Brand Bar - the back of the Steak House. Local Beef n beer, great food! WINTER CAMPING: ASK/Message about the Indoor shower at the Guest House ($5 bucks, includes towels and soaps or bring your own $3 bucks). We also rent rooms in our Guest House, Horsebox Renovation and Guest House Lodging (Hostel Style). These are currently only available through another App starting with the letter A and ending with a B. See the main website, Last Chance Camp, Cheyenne for online booking. Let's Make it Great! Christine and Steve Johnson
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Elkhorn Trading Post and RV sites

18 sites · RVs5 acres · Bondurant, Sublette
We have amazing amenities and are right on the beautiful Hoback river! Be lulled to sleep at night by the sound of frogs and enjoy convenient on site amenities of our amazing restaurant and bar, convenience store and gas station. We offer 20 x 40 foot sites and electrical hook ups at each site. Right outside of Jackson, Wyoming, enjoy all that our beautiful area has to offer including access to the Hoback River, hiking trails, horseback riding nearby and close proximity to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone. We have beautiful RV spots to suit your needs and friendly helpful staff! We can’t wait to host you.
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Cloud Peak Llama and alpaca ranch

2 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Casper, Natrona
A Powder Room (toilet) is now available for all our guests. We are a working ranch and can not provide any hookups such as water, electricity or sewer. RV's will need to run off their generators. You park out in the pasture surrounded by the animals. It is a dirt road leading into the ranch. If you love animals and want a ranch experience this is a campsite for you? If you need hookups this is not your campsite.
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Screaming Eagle

16 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Hulett, Crook
A beautiful oak grove on the edge of Hulett, Wyoming. Nice clean Showers and restrooms. 9 miles from Devils Tower. Walking distance to grocery store, restaurant's, museum and shopping.
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Logan Ranch Campground

23 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Tie Siding, Albany
Welcome to our property! This is a very scenic property, that is rich with history. The Virginia Dale Stage Station is about three miles away and the overland trail has several branches going through here. We are also a fifth generation cattle ranch.  We are in Wyoming, on Highway 287 between Fort Collins, CO. and Laramie, Wyoming. We are still building out our property with a General store, and Western Themed Town coming soon. We have campsites for RV’s or Tents. We have an amazing 1000 acres to have your own hiking, wildlife, birdwatching, adventure. We have great hiking and wildlife viewing, marmots, pronghorn, antelope, deer, elk, and an occasional moose. Birds of every feather gather here so bring your binoculars. Hikes include balancing boulders and rock formations. Wonderful stargazing, our stars are so bright it seems like you can reach up and touch them. We are a working ranch and do have livestock. Don’t mess with the bull!Firewood, for $7.00 per bag delivered to your campsite.   The bags make a great trash bag when empty! Do not bring your own firewood, as we don’t want more pine beetles and noxious weeds.  Due to the high volume of people coming in separate vehicles, after two vehicles per site, its $10.00 per vehicle extra per night. We have portable outhouses available.
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Terry Bison Ranch Resort

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Cheyenne, Laramie
Terry Bison Ranch has a history all the way back to the 1800's. The ranch was once owned by F. E. Warren (The first governor of the state of Wyoming). President Teddy Roosevelt was also a guest at the ranch and a picture of him in the main house, hangs on the wall in the Senators Steakhouse. For more in depth history of this amazing ranch, come visit and ride the bison train tour. Learn more about this land: Terry Bison Ranch Resort is a functioning bison ranch with adventures to explore. We have a bison train tour that takes you out to feed the bison, a steak house, horseback trail rides, and plenty of animals to look at. The dry camping is in the fields surrounding the park.
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Big Quiet Cowboy Camping

31 sites · Lodging, Tents450 acres · Powell, Park
Witness nature in all her splendor at our unique campground at the base of Heart Mountain. Big Quiet Camping provides a campsite for you to pitch your tent. You provide the tent, sleeping bag, pillow and gear; we provide a rugged cowboy camping experience including outhouse, tent shower, hammocks to stargaze by, fresh drinking water and an outdoor cooked breakfast. WARNING: You may want to stay longer!Big Quiet Camping is a real, western camping experience. Please be fully aware that you are coming to immerse yourself in true Rocky Mountain camping experience. We also offer a full day of horseback ride in the Washakie Wilderness includes a backcountry cooked lunch, it is a trip of a lifetime.  Our Location is just 3 miles east of one of Wyoming most studied geological anomalies Heart Mountain.  Big Quiet  Camping lies within the center of a 450 Organic acres of Common Ground Farms. This farm is one of the only USDA certified organic Farms in the state of Wyoming, and is also home to Rocky Mountain Organic Meats.The LandGaze across thousands acres of beautiful grassland and sagebrush and witness the natural wonders that brought many Native Americans to Heart Mountain to harness its healing energy. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in a Cowboy or Native American camping experience then come to Big Quiet Camping. Enjoy the big starry skies, untamed lands and the rich cultural history of the Bighorn Basin. Your children will enjoy the Family Adventure of sleeping outside under the stars and planets of the Milky Way. And at the same learn about food and where it comes along with the effort it takes to raise food and process it.Restrooms - Our Restrooms are similar to Restrooms in the National Forest. Well ventilated Mens and Womens Outhouse.Showers - Our on demand hot water Shower is located in a 10'x 10' cedar floor Wall Tent within our camping area. Activities - They say the best part of camping is sitting around the campfire at night; Wide open skies above you, the sound of coyotes howling in the distance. That stuff is real, not just fiction made up in spaghetti westerns, and that's why we have built a communal fire pit. Come on down and bring your harmonica, ukulele, guitar, djembe, or dobro!If staying up late and burning the midnight oil around the fire isn't your thing there are numerous other activities on the ranch to partake in. We have a horseshoe pit, numerous hiking and mountain bike trails nearby, and you can also take a tour of the ranch and learn a little bit about where our nation's food really comes from.
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Highline Trail RV Park

52 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents18 acres · Boulder, Sublette
Highline RV Park is located just south of Boulder, Wyoming at the base of the Wind River Range. We have 47 sites with full hookups, including four buddy sites for those traveling with friends or family. With over four acres of open lawn, you also have the option to dry camp or tent camp. And if you didn't bring your own tent, no problem! Enjoy a stay in our wall tent! Or our 1905 sheep wagon From our park, you can explore the lakes and backcountry of the Wind River Mountains, spend time in Pinedale, make a day trip to Jackson and Teton National Park, or simply relax and enjoy the peaceful setting we offer. We're also in a great location for those going to and from Yellowstone. We'd love to be your destination or a stop along the way. Whether you're looking for full-service RV hookups, dry camping, or a comfortable place to pitch your tent, we have everything you need! • 47 sites with full hookups - • 4 buddy sites are great for friends and or family traveling together • 30 or 50-amp electric service - • pull-through sites 45'x110' - • back in sites 35'x85' - • clean restrooms and showers - • laundry facilities - • propane fill station - • dump station $15.00 (for non-guests) - • water $5.00 (for non-guests) - • wall tent for rent - • courtesy rural Wyoming wifi • free showers for our guests - • 18 acres of green lawns for games, kids, and fun! - • The cabin does have power, heat, and window ac. • new horse-drawn carriage rides. $5.00 per person per ride - • Sheep camp we call the ‘honeymoon suite’ restored from 1905
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Little Cabin with a view

3 sites · Lodging15 acres · Jelm, Albany
Cozy one room, rustic, dry cabin on Jelm Mtn, coffee and breakfast provided, nestled in the Pine trees w/electricity, electric heat, microwave, mini fridge, propane grill, out house w/use of not shared, sunroom, hot tub, full bathroom at main house approx. 180 ft from Little Cabin. The Little Cabin offers a mountain basecamp, getaway, vacation or over night travel stop 30 miles from LARAMIE, WY, I80, WY 130, US 287 & Co 125, 2.5 miles from Woodslanding/WY 230. No cell service but wi-fi available in the sunroom. Depending on the time of year there are various outdoor activities to enjoy. Hiking, Fishing, Snow Shoeing, Cross Country skiing. There are Mountain Lakes, Plains Lakes, the Big Laramie River, Snowy Range Down Hill Ski Area all with in a 60 mile radius. There is public access to the Big Laramie River across the highway where you can fish or walk the public access path that runs next to it. Saratoga, WY Hot Springs are about 90 miles west and makes for a beautiful drive. Snowy Range Mountain offers trails for hiking, cross country skiing and snow shoeing, Star gazing from the Little Cabin, Gazebo or hot tub is amazing. There is no light pollution which allows a view of the stars some have never seen.
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Cache House

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Jackson, Teton
Gather, celebrate, and when it’s time to sleep, we provide your own private bunk complete with luxurious linens, privacy options, and suite-style shower amenities. Come rest your head and dream up what you’ll seek out tomorrow. We believe that the only thing better than exploring the mountains, rivers, and trails is sharing those experiences with friends old and new. There’s a place for that, within minutes of America’s most storied National Parks, free from pretense and full of heart. Welcome to Cache House. Cache House is more than a place to rest your head, it’s a chance to commune with nature free from distraction and a space to meet like-minded travelers as hungry for off-the-beaten path experiences as they are about sharing them.
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Camping in Wyoming guide

Wyoming’s headline acts—Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Bighorn Canyon—make the bucket list of most adventurers, where world-class hiking and epic views are all in a day’s camping. Whether you’re driving your RV along the Beartooth Highway, getting your powder fix on the ski slopes, or cooling off at the lakes in summer, the Cowboy State has enough national parks, forests, and wilderness areas to suit any outdoor activity you can dream up. Popular hiking trails and campsites can get busy through July and August, so time your trip for spring or come after Labor Day to dodge the crowds.

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Northwest Wyoming

Sweeping mountain ranges, jagged canyons, and vast forests dominate the landscapes of northwest Wyoming, the stomping ground of hikers, rock climbers, and backcountry campers. Once you’ve marveled at the kaleidoscopic hot springs and geysers at Yellowstone National Park, tackle the peaks of the Grand Teton National Park or saddle up for a horseback ride through the Shoshone National Forest. For winter campers, Jackson Hole has world-class skiing and snowboarding, plus cozy cabins and mountain lodges.

Northeast Wyoming

Storied Wild West landscapes stretch east through the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, where you can hike through red rock canyons or fish for trout on Bighorn Lake. Continue through the Bighorn National Forest, where moose and black bears roam the glacial valleys and alpine lakes, or set out on an RV road trip through the Badlands, stopping by the Devil's Tower National Monument enroute to the Black Hills.

Southwest Wyoming

Desert plains, gleaming lakes, and rocky ravines stretch north from the Utah border to meet the wilderness of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Venture off-road for a taste of the Sahara desert at Killpecker Sand Dunes, admire the colorful cliffs of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, or park your RV in sleepy towns and lakes along the Green River.

Southeast Wyoming

It's all about the rodeo in Wyoming's capital, Cheyenne, especially during the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days—the largest rodeo & Western event of its kind in the world—held each July. For those who fancy exploring further afield, Wyoming’s eastern plains are dotted with time-stood-still western towns and fishing lakes, while the Medicine Bow National Forest has plenty of options for campers, along with eight boating lakes, and miles of hiking, biking, and OHV trails.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Wyoming is an excellent destination for camping. The state is home to stunning national parks, such as Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, as well as numerous state parks, national forests, and other public lands that offer a variety of camping experiences. Wyoming's diverse landscapes include mountains, forests, deserts, and plains, providing a range of camping opportunities for all types of campers. You can find campgrounds suitable for tent camping, RV camping, and even backcountry camping for those seeking a more remote and rugged experience. Some popular camping destinations in Wyoming include: - Cody, the gateway to Yellowstone National Park - Jackson, near Grand Teton National Park - Medicine Bow National Forest - Shoshone National Forest - Buffalo, located in the Bighorn Mountains Whether you're looking for a family-friendly campground, a secluded backcountry site, or a picturesque spot to park your RV, Wyoming has something to offer every camper.

Wyoming camping costs can vary depending on the type of campsite, location, and amenities provided. Prices can range from free for dispersed camping in national forests to over $100 per night for cabins or RV parks with full hookups and amenities. On average, you can expect to pay around $20 to $35 per night for a basic tent or RV site in a campground. For more information on camping options in Wyoming, visit Hipcamp.

Yes, there is free camping in Wyoming, particularly in the dispersed camping areas within the national forests and on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land. Some of the popular national forests in Wyoming for free camping are Bridger-Teton, Shoshone, and Bighorn. Keep in mind that free camping usually means primitive campsites with no facilities, so you'll need to come prepared and follow Leave No Trace principles.

Yes, boondocking, or dispersed camping, is legal in Wyoming on public lands such as those managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and in National Forests. When boondocking in Wyoming, it's important to follow the Leave No Trace principles, respect the environment, and adhere to specific rules and regulations set by the managing agency. Some popular boondocking locations in Wyoming include the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Wyoming Boony Bash Equine & RV Park, and the Wyoming Bare Bones Bivouac. Always check for any restrictions or closures before heading out to boondock in Wyoming.

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