Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Bighorn Canyon? The only question is where to drive first.
From the vast open roads of the Great Plains to the rugged mountains, geysers, and canyons of Wyoming’s national parks—the Cowboy State is ideal for an RV camping trip. Park your rig at one of the five campgrounds in Yellowstone National Park, amid hissing geysers and bubbling hot pools, or continue your road trip through the Grand Teton National Park, where RV camping comes with epic mountain views and world-class hiking. Further east, Alpine lakes and soaring canyons welcome you to the Bighorn National Forest, where tranquil woodland campsites make the ideal basecamp for hiking, paddling, and trout fishing. Adventurous RVers can seek out a secluded pocket of wilderness in the Shoshone National Forest, or venture into the Black Hills National Forest, the gateway to South Dakota’s Badlands and Mount Rushmore. Bringing your RV means you can camp through winter, too—perfect for hitting the ski slopes around Jackson Hole.