Aspen grove, situated on a private and quiet acreage adjacent to the village of Story, WY. Wall tent with double bed, fire ring, camp tables and chairs and hammock. Amazing location close to hiking, fishing, national forest, boating and swimming and historical sites. Abundant wildlife, 10 minutes from a fish hatchery, Penrose and Story Trails, Lake DeSmet, restaurants and
Aspen grove, situated on a private and quiet acreage adjacent to the village of Story, WY. Wall tent with double bed, fire ring, camp tables and chairs and hammock. Amazing location close to hiking, fishing, national forest, boating and swimming and historical sites. Abundant wildlife, 10 minutes from a fish hatchery, Penrose and Story Trails, Lake DeSmet, restaurants and a country store.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Pneuma Camp at Story in Wyoming.
The vibe at Pneuma Camp at Story
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Exceeded all expectations
This place is incredible. Eric was such a great and welcoming host, and went out of his way to make it a perfect stay.
We felt like we had our own private estate, with a big lawn perfectly manicured and even trails leading around Eric’s land and by the neighboring bison! And this is the definition of glamping: a huge tent with a bed and dresser, a separate tent with cooking supplies and both a propane stove and a charcoal grill, plus a fire pit with a big supply of wood included! They had even put together a starter fire for us... completely exceeding our expectations.
The location is easy to get to off I-90, but feels isolated and very private. It was perfect for us a waypoint during our drive from Boston to San Francisco. I’d highly recommend for others passing through - although we wished we could have stayed for more time to explore the area. Not only are there tons of trails in the nearby forest, but the nearby town of Sheridan is worth a visit - tons of character.
Awesome hosts. awesome property.
Eric and Susie were exceptional hosts. They went above and beyond with accommodations. This little oasis was a great recharge. We would definitely stay again and recommend checking them out.
Everything you could ask for
Beautiful site! When we arrived Eric was welcoming and showed us to the completely decked out campsite. There are multiple amenities including a solar shower, cooking tools/stove and a grill. The sleeping area includes a large bed in a tent with towels provided. We were able to walk our dog around the surrounding area which included beautiful views and plenty of wildlife.
This was a wonderful site for us, we were driving through on I-90 and it was easily accessible, yet private and quiet. Very comfortable bed, all the necessary cooking implements available, stocked with firewood... bring some steaks and stay for a while!
Gateway to the bighorns!
Gateway to the Bighorns! Eric was friendly and had prepared the site perfectly. There is a platform tent with a double bed - super comfortable! - a gravity/solar shower, 2 hammocks, picnic table and 2 benches, 2 camp chairs, a charcoal grill, fire pit, and small propane burner. Eric also supplied all necessary items for cooking (pots/pans/cooking utensils/ silverware/etc) as well as water and a the cleanest porta-potty ever. We spent 2 nights here as a family of four (with our own tents!) exploring the surrounding are. There are lots of historical sites as well as The Briton Museum and great food and shops in Sheridan. 10/10 - Highly Recommed!
Gateway to the big horns
A wonderful base camp that is the gateway to the Big Horns and surrounding history. The hosts provide just about everything you need - very thoughtful and thorough. Very relaxing and fun. We camped as a family and had a great time.
Our stay at Camp Pneuma was outstanding. In a private meadow the camping area was outfitted with a nice tent (comfortable bed inside), solar shower, cooking area and a camp fire area with chairs. Potable water was readily available. A well-kept facility near a nice, small town in northeastern Wyoming. Eric, a very pleasant and accommodating host, met us at the gate and oriented us to the camping site. If we travel through that area again, we will definitely stay there.