Intro: I’m Laura, a twenty-something, east coast native, who moved into a 1994 RV with my husband, Luke, and our three dogs. Currently, you’ll find us full-time RV living, exploring the US and learning to live simply.
We had a great time in our RV at Egypt Lake Camp. It's a very relaxing spot with views of the lake, a picnic table, and fire pit. There is also an electric hook up for RVs, which is great! The tent camping area is also very nice. We will definitely stay again if we're back in the area.
We had a great stay on U Up U Down Ranch at the Niobrara River area. The ranch itself is home to horses, pigs, and cattle - all that you can visit and pet. The horses were so sweet and loved being fed.
The ranch offers plenty of space to spread out and set up camp, including room for campers and RVs. In addition to experiencing the ranch, Lusk's Main Street is close by and offers a few eateries and shops. Custer State Park is about an hour and half drive from the ranch.
The hosts are wonderful! They have a ton of knowledge and suggestions of things to do in the surrounding area.
We had a wonderful time at Ewe n Me Farm. Carol was an amazing host who went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable, happy and experienced what the area had to offer. The sheep on the farm are adorable, and we were surrounded by beautiful farming fields that made for incredible sunsets.
You'll be just an hour and half away from Yellowstone National Park, and there are plenty of fun things to do just minutes from the farm including river floating. If you're looking for a stop between Yellowstone and Grand Teton or just wanting to see Idaho's beautiful farming country, Ewe n Me Farm is the place to camp!