Enjoy the Big Horn Mountains in your backyard while keeping access to all the amenities for a comfortable stay. RV sites have 30-amp electric, water, sewer and wifi. 24-hour shower house available, coin laundry, well stocked general store and panini cafe onsite.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Bighorn National Forest 5 miles away.
Campground itself is located in Shell Valley.
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Kevin and Emily have a wonderful couple taking care of guests. Don and Alyssa (I think I have her name wrong). We are new to the RV world and they were so kind and helpful. We didn’t even have to ask, they could tell we were bewildered and overwhelmed and immediately assessed the situation and stepped in to help.
Simply put a wonderful RV site and a wonderful couple looking out for everyone- did I mention it was pouring rain?
Wonderful quiet setting!
We loved it! We were there for a mule deer hunting trip- the location was ideal! The hosts and other guests were all so friendly! Exactly what we had hoped for- hope to return in the future!
Great stop, highly recommend!
This is a beautiful RV site in the tiniest town! Population 83 with a cute general store and two restaurants. Very quiet and peaceful, super friendly and accommodating staff, clean showers and restrooms + nice little dog walking path right off the property. Great pit stop for your next road trip! Definitely recommend.
Small sites. good location.
Great spot to be close to the Shell Falls. WiFi works from the campsite. Free showers. Showers are small. Nice open area for the dogs to run around. We were bummed how small the sites are so be prepared to unhook and park your vehicle in a different area. Shared water faucet with neighbor. We were in a hurry to check out since on the Hipcamp site and email states check out is at 11am, it’s actually 10am.
Big in nature, small in space.
We enjoyed our stay at the Shell Campground. As the t-shirt reads, "Shell is big in nature, small in people". There were large lawn areas with chairs and fire pits and outdoor games for our use. The setting is lovely at the base of the Big Horns. The hosts were very available and friendly. Communications were great. Be aware that the campground is small so space is tight. We were fortunate to be near one end of the campground so we had ample room on one side, but we were right next to an rv on the other side. The hookups are dual, and were not close to our utility center. You may want an extra length of hose for your black/gray tanks. There were also not individual fire pits or picnic tables at each site. Vehicles are parked in a parking area nearby. Overall, we had a great stay and loved being so close to the Big Horn mountains. Just be aware that space is tight.
The sites were small. So small that we had to park by the office instead of our campsite. Campsite was level, but very tight. We couldn’t use our awning. It made it hard to hookup and leave. We only have a 28’ trailer.
The daily watering the lawn made the mosquitos a problem anytime of day.
The price was very reasonable!!
The Old Store was a short walk away with great burgers!