Stars galore, quiet location.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Star Lite Nights in Wyoming.
The vibe at Star Lite Nights
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Confusion and beauty
Disclaimer, we drove in at night.
Even so, the directions are very general, and landmarks are difficult to identify, if at all. If this is private land I don't know why there wouldn't be any signage to make this process easier. The only pull-off road that fit the description in the directions (drive between 0.5miles and 0.75miles north) immediately forked into two different paths, we took the left one (?). Still very unsure if we were even in the right place, we ended up pulling to the side of the path at one point in fear that the truck wouldn't be able to get out (the ground was saturated). Really beautiful spot, and very close to i80, so super convenient, but overall it's hard to recommend after a confusing episode trying to decipher where to be.
This was a great place to camp. Easy access from Route 80. Follow the directions carefully. The road looks more like a 4x4 path than a road. You could see for miles in all directions. Depending on the season bring warm clothes the temp drops quickly. Would absolutely stay here again!
This place was exactly what I needed as I was moving across the country. I had a full car and felt very safe and secluded on this ‘wide open space’ of a property. It was so quiet and the full moon was a major plus. Would definitely stay again for longer!
This site is as gorgeous and private as you can get within ten minutes of I-80. I'm still not 100% sure we were at the exact right spot (we camped at the end of the dirt road, next to some old tires), but we had a quiet stay with stunning views for sunset and stars. Easily accessible in my Toyota Prius and very safe. Highly suggest it!
Lost in the beauty
Really cool campsite with awesome view of the stars, but getting there is a pain. The directions aren’t clear and lead you looking for a path that you won’t be able to find.
Beautiful remote prairie site
This was a fun site, perfect for an overnight on our road trip out to Colorado. My dog had a lot of fun exploring (there are cacti, so watch out for those! We didn't encounter any snakes, but did see antelope). It feels like you're in the middle of nowhere (in a cool way). There is very little light pollution at night, and the land is open prairie. It has no wind breaks, so if it's forecast to be windy, it will feel very windy!
The dirt road to get onto the property was 1.4 miles from the highway exit (at least on our odometer). You don't need 4WD, but there is a significant dip between the gravel road and the dirt road, which might be difficult in certain vehicles. I'd recommend good clearance for driving farther than ~1/4 mile onto the property.
Inaccessible in the winter
The road to get to the campsite wasn't accessible due to the snow. I would have appreciated a heads up from the host. This listing should probably be closed during winter months.