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17 Unforgettable RV Camp Spots in Wyoming (Both Parks and Rustic)

Published on March 25th, 2019 by Jim Harmer
This post was updated on May 24th, 2019

Camping is one of the greatest ways to get outside and truly experience nature. However, finding that truly unforgettable camp spot, whether in an RV park or at a rustic camp spot, can be quite difficult.

Check out my favorite Wyoming camp spots to find the perfect place for your next adventure!

1. Fishing Bridge RV Park

Open: May – September

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Sites: 325

Available Hook-ups: Electric, water, and sewer

Price: $15 – $30 per night

Fishing Bridge is truly a special location. The area surrounding the RV park is gorgeous and close to all the major sights in Yellowstone National Park.

What truly makes Fishing Bridge unique is the pack of wolves that you can hear howling at night! I’ve visited this site before and had an amazing experience here. We were having a late night barbecue and off in the distance, we could hear several wolves barking and howling. This was a truly surreal experience for all of us.

The Fishing Bridge RV Park has several amenities perfect for your camping adventure, including both showers and laundry. Along with these amenities, the Fishing Bridge RV Park offers a full hookup with electricity, water, and sewage.

Nearby is a service station where you can refill your propane tanks, fuel up your vehicles, and purchase some groceries.

Be sure to check out the Fishing Bridge Visitor Center and Museum or attend an interdenominational church service in the Fishing Bridge Amphitheater.

This campground is definitely one of my favorite camping locations in Wyoming and hopefully will be one of yours as well!

Find out more information about the Fishing Bridge RV Park on the National Park Service’s website!

2. Norris Basin Campground

Open: May 17th – September 29th

Sites: 100

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $15 per night

Looking for a place that isn’t too busy to stay? Norris has got you covered!

Norris Basin Campground is tucked behind a layer of trees and is set aside for all to enjoy nature.

No matter what activities you enjoy, Norris Basin Campground is placed perfectly in Yellowstone National Park for you to do it all! Enjoy being directly in the center of the park at this rustic camping location.

All spots in the Norris Basin Campground are first come, first served; however, not many people know of this hidden treasure and drive right past (leaving plenty of room for you to park for a few nights).

Generators are welcome in this campground but their use is restricted to between the hours of 8 am to 8 pm.

This little campground is one of the most unforgettable campgrounds I have ever been in. Nearby is the Norris Geyser Basin where you can stop and see the world’s tallest geyser, Steamboat!

While it’s not as consistent as the more popular Old Faithful, Steamboat is definitely a wonderful sight to see and it’s surrounded by many other fascinating geysers.

Find more information about the Norris Campground on the National Park Service’s website!

3. Laramie KOA Journey

Open: March 15th – October 31st

Sites: 100+

Available Hook-ups: Water, electric, and sewer

Price: $50 – $55 per night

Laramie Wyoming is chock full of sights to see and what better way to see them all than to stay at the Laramie KOA Journey!

This site features spots for both RVs and tents! The KOA also features some cabins for rent on the site as well! The best part about the KOA is that you can experience the rustic feel of a natural landscape while still getting the benefits of full hookups and much more!

Spend time in the recreation center, use the on-site laundry room, and be sure to check out the K9 area with your furry friends too. Each spot is equipped with both Wi-Fi and satellite TV. You can always stay up to date at the Laramie KOA Journey!

Not sure which sights to visit first while in Laramie? Check out the Territorial Prison, take a tour of the University of Wyoming, see the Lincoln Monument, or visit the American Heritage Center.

Find more information on the Laramie KOA Journey and sights to see on the Kampgrounds of America website!

4. Jackson Hole Campground

Open: Year RoundS

Available Hook-ups: Water, sewer, and electric

Price: $59 – $135 per night

Situated directly between Jackson Wyoming and Teton Village, the Jackson Hole Fireside Resort is sure to be a place of memories on your next camping trip!

Get a real taste of the Northwest at the either the Calico or Roadhouse restaurant. Both within walking distance of the Jackson Hole Campground!

Looking to go skiing at the resort? The Fireside resort is located only 5 minutes away from Jackson Hole’s ski resort. This site is also one of the most affordable options in the area, charging only $59 dollars a night in the winter. It’s perfect for your next skiing trip!

Located in the campground is a heated bath and shower house, laundry room, a small store, and wonderful views in every direction for everyone to enjoy.

Want to explore the area in style? The Fireside Resort offers Jeep rentals with a cabin rental or an RV site.

Find out more information on the Jackson Hole Fireside Resort Campground on their website!

5. Canyon Campground

Open: May 24th – September 22nd

Sites: 273

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $15 per night

The Canyon Campground is located close to the Norris Basin Campground and therefore offers many of the same benefits. The sites in the Canyon Campground open up in May and stay open until late September.

Be sure to check out the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone which is only a mile away from the campground. Whether you choose to visit the North Rim, the Lower Falls, or both, it is sure to be a memorable experience.

Make sure to swing by the nearby Norris Geyser Basin to see one of the hottest areas in Yellowstone National Park (literally).

This campground certainly allows you to experience the rustic side to camping with no electricity, water, or sewage hookups on site.

There are public restrooms, areas for dish washing, showers, and a laundry room all located nearby in the Canyon Campground.

Possibly the most unforgettable part of the Canyon Campground is being surrounded in the peacefulness of a lodge pole pine forest.

While tucked away into the woods, the Canyon Campground is located less than 1/4 of a mile from the Canyon Village. In the village there is a visitor center, restaurants, gift shops, a gas station, and even a post office!

Find more information about the Canyon Campground on the National Park Service’s website.

6. Mammoth Campground

Open: Year Round

Sites: 85

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $15 per night

Located on the North side of Yellowstone National Park, Mammoth Campground is an adventure waiting for you!

Only 5 miles into the park, you are able to go into Montana and experience the small town of Gardiner or enjoy the nearby Mammoth Hot Springs.

Each spot is equipped with a fire pit and picnic table, making it the perfect place to sit down and cook a meal on the fire with your family!

The best part about the Mammoth Campground is the abundant presence of wildlife.

While exploring a nearby hill I climbed to the top and looked down. There below me was a bison climbing the same hill! You can imagine my surprise as I immediately turned around and went back to my site to tell the others. Later that same weekend, while a group of us walked through the campground, we came across an elk meandering through the area.

No matter how long you stay in the Mammoth Campground, you are sure to see wildlife up close and personal (just remember to be safe)!

Be sure to take a stroll on the boardwalk of the Mammoth Hot Springs. Here you are sure to see elk, bison, and bull snakes (along with amazing views of the hot springs themselves).

Mammoth is definitely a camping spot I will visit again, and I hope you will too!

Find more information on the Mammoth Campground on the National Park Service’s website.

7. Cody KOA Holiday RV Park

Open: May 1st – October 1stS

Available Hook-ups: Electric, water, and sewer

Price: $50 – $56 per night

Looking for a rustic adventure while still getting to stay in a full-service RV park? The Cody KOA Holiday has everything a family could ask for!

This spot offers a dog park for our animal family members, a heated pool area, the kid-friendly “Fun-Zone,” a playground, giant chess or checkers boards, bike rentals, and so much more.

Each spot has access to free Wi-Fi and a fire pit for roasting s’mores!

Take a step into Cody to experience the local rodeo, the Old Trail Town, or the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.

Every summer night a free shuttle passes through the Cody KOA Holiday on its way to the Cody Night Rodeo. Be sure to enjoy a night of western fun for the entire family!

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the Old Trail Town are a glimpse into the past. Each location has historic artifacts and is dedicated to maintaining the true spirit of the American west.

Whether you are choosing to stay at the campground, venturing into Cody, or taking a detour through Yellowstone National Park, there is sure to never be a dull moment!

Find more information on the Cody KOA Holiday on the Kampgrounds of America website!

8. Casper KOA Journey RV Park

Open: April 15th – September 30thS

Available Hook-ups: Water, electric, sewer

Price: $40 – $50 per night

You may have often heard the song “Home on the Range.” In that song you hear the line “where the dear and the antelope play.”

While this may seem like just a fun little song, in Casper, the deer and the antelope are still playing!

In fact, over 75 percent of the entire world population of pronghorn antelope are located within an hour and a half radius of Casper Wyoming. So you are sure to see wildlife when you stay at the Casper KOA Journey.

While the campground is actually located in the town of Bar Nunn, downtown Casper is only 5 miles to the south.

See what the trails the members of the Oregon, Mormon, Bridger, Bozeman, and Pony Express had to experience when crossing the plains. These trails are a glimpse into the heritage of the West. To this day you can see the ruts from hand carts and wagons still left in the ground.

Be sure to spend some time in Wyoming’s second largest city of Casper to see the downtown life, museums, and the Hogadon Ski Area.

Casper features both the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, the Fort Casper Museum, the Tate Geological Museum, and the Nicolaysen Art Museum.

Every member of your family is sure to find something fun to do and see while staying at the Casper KOA Journey.

The campground offers free Wi-fi, mini-golf, and a pool for all who stay.Experience the rustic spirit of the west while staying comfortably in your RV or camper with full hookup sites.

Find more information on all the activities and sights to see in Casper and the Casper KOA Journey on the Kampgrounds of America website!

9. Bishop’s Point Campground

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $10 per night

Take a trip to experience the Pathfinder Reservoir located near Alcova Wyoming and stay at the Bishop’s Point Campground.

While there is no services at this campground, the Bishop’s Point Campground does offer sheltered and unsheltered campsites and has public restroom facilities.

The Bishop’s Point Campground features boat ramps for both high and low water making the reservoir easily accessible at all times. Take your four-wheelers on the designated roads or explore closer to the water’s edge.

The Bishop’s Point Campground only charges 10 dollars a night making this a cheap, exciting, and beautiful place to visit.

Looking to host a large get together at the Bishop’s Point Campground? On site there is a large shelter that is available for rent and reservation.

Find out more information on the Bishop’s Point Campground on the Natrona website!

10. Deer Haven RV Park

Open: Year Round

Available Hook-ups: Water, sewer, electric

Price: $40 per night

Take a trip to “The Best of Wyoming” and stay at the Deer Haven RV Park.

The Deer Haven RV Park is placed where views of the North Platte River and the Rocky Mountains are sure to take your breath away.

This RV park is an especially desirable spot for fly fisherman. In fact, the town of Saratoga has coined the phrase “Where the Trout Leap in Main Street” due to the abundant fishing activity located all around the area.

The area surrounding the Deer Haven RV Park is abundant with wildlife and offers fishing, hunting, backpacking, hiking, biking, and even some ATV trails!

Each spot in the Deer Haven RV Park has a picnic table, free Wi-Fi, water, sewer, and electrical hookups to make your stay there even more enjoyable.

Visit downtown Saratoga only a 5 minute walk from your campsite! Here you are able to find both shopping and restaurants sure to blow you away. Take a dip into the Saratoga Natural Hot Springs, open 24 hours a day with free admission.

Find out more information on the Deer Haven RV Park and activities in Saratoga on the Deer Haven website.

11. Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground

Photo Courtesy of: Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground

Open: Year Round

Sites: 48

Available Hook-ups: Water, sewer, electric

Price: $37 – $46 per night

Located in Lander Wyoming, the Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground has always offered quality customer service and shows true western hospitality.

The RV park and campground are available all year round and are only a few blocks away from the heart of Lander.

The Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground is perfectly positioned next to the Lander Municipal Golf course so you can play a round of golf and then dine at one of the nearby restaurants in down town Lander.

Each site has access to Wi-Fi, a picnic table, a fire pit, and to the public bathrooms and showers. Enjoy a full hook-up spot with propane, laundry, a convenience store, games, a barbecue area, and a water park all on site!

While in Lander, stroll through the city park or spend the day in either the Museum of the American West or the Fremont County Pioneer Museum.

Only 6 miles away is Sinks Canyon State Park where you and your family can explore the Wind River Mountains.

Whether you’re enjoying the downtown life in Lander or exploring what nature has to offer in Sinks Canyon State Park, Sleeping Bear RV Park lets you experience the real heart and soul of Wyoming. And all from the comfort of your own RV!

Find more information on the Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground on the Sleeping Bear website.

12. Jenny Lake Campground

Open: May 3rd – September 29th

Sites: 49

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $29 per night

If you want to stay in a campground with breath taking views, then the Jenny Lake Campground in Moose Wyoming is the perfect spot for you.

This is however, one of the more rustic camping spots you will find.

The Jenny Lake Campground does not allow trailers, campers, or generators in the spots. So if you’re willing to ditch the RV for a night and rough it, this place might be perfect for you!

Each spot is limited to two tents, one vehicle (no larger than 8-feet high and 14-feet long), and six guests. In each camp spot there is a picnic table and a fire pit. Each spot has access to the public restrooms and potable water.

The Jenny Lake Campground is located 7 miles north of the Moose entrance of Grand Teton National Park and connects to the Grand Teton National Park bike path.

If you are an avid mountain/trail biker than the Jenny Lake Campground is definitely a destination you should stop at!

The campground is placed nearby to many of the most breathtaking sights in the National Park. Making this a wonderful campsite to stay at.

Find more information on the Jenny Lake Campground on the Grand Teton Lodge Company website.

13. Grant Village Campground

Open: June 7th – September 15th

Sites: 430

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $15 per night

With 430 spots equipped to accommodate both tents and RV’s and quick access to the many sights and wonder of Yellowstone National Park, the Grant Village Campground is sure to take your breath away.

The campground has access to both laundry, showers, and public restrooms. There is even an onsite sewage dump station to make camping in Grant Village more desirable.

If you get to the campground early enough, you may be able to snag one of the limited spots that has a great view of Yellowstone Lake.

When staying at the Grant Village Campground, be sure to stop by the West Thumb Geyser Basin and to go boating on the lake.Nearby there are two stores, a restaurant, a gas station, a visitor center, and a public boat ramp.

Be sure to take advantage of the many ranger programs that happen each night in Yellowstone National Park to learn more about the history and science of the park.

No matter what activity you find yourself doing while staying at the Grant Village Campground, you are sure to be making lasting memories the entire time!

Find more information on the Grant Village Campground on the National Park Service’s website.

14. Two Moon Campground

Open: Year RoundS

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: Varies depending on season

A popular campground for both boating and fishing complete with beautiful sunsets? Sounds too good to be true?

Well at the Two Moon Campground in Glendo State Park you can have all those things on your next camping trip!

At the Two Moon Campground experience views of the Glendo Reservoir in a tent, trailer, van, or RV! While access to the shore is not available from the Two Moon Campground, you can enjoy the view from the bluff overlooking the water.

While there are campgrounds located all around the Glendo Reservoir, the Two Moon Campground is the largest in the area and is sure to have you capturing pictures throughout your stay there.

The Two Moon Campground gives public access to flushing toilets and to potable water.

The surrounding area is full of activities for each member of your family to enjoy. Some of the local activities include biking paths, boating, fishing, hiking, hunting, playgrounds, and much much more! The area is especially popular among fly fisherman and has an abundance of trout to catch.

Especially on one of the local shores of Glendo, you are sure to enjoy the beauty of the reservoir. The nearby North Platte River offers wonderful fishing access for any fisherman looking for an adventure.

Find out more information on the Two Moon Campground on Wyoming State Park’s website.

15. Mountain View RV Park & Campground

Available Hook-ups: Water, sewer, and electric

Price: $39 – $45 per night

Hidden in the northeast corner of Wyoming, the Mountain View RV Park & Campground offers everything you could want in an RV park!The Mountain View RV Pakr & Campground is located near Sundance and is only a short drive from the Black Hills.

The campground is only a 1/2 mile off the interstate but is far enough to be peaceful and to provide beautiful views!

Mountain View Campground features a heated pool, a game room, a grocery store, a small bakery, a gift shop, and a snack bar. The campground also has a laundry room, and bathroom equipped with showers.

The sites are pull-through and have full hookups! The Mountain View RV Park & Campground also offers over 50 channels of cable TV and cabins for guests to use.

Enjoy traveling with your furry family members because the Mountain View RV Park & Campground is pet friendly!

Some of the local attractions include Devil’s Tower, the Crook County Museum, the Crazy Horse Monument, and Mount Rushmore National Monument (under 2 hours away!).

With the campground being located close to both the Thunder Basin National Grassland and the Black Hills National Forest, there is always a new sight to see right around the corner!

Find more information on the Mountain View RV Park & Campground on the Mountain View Campground’s website!

16. Circle Park Campground

Open: June 7th – September 2nd

Sites: 32

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: $16 per night

Take a trip into the Bighorn National Forest and stay at the Circle Park Campground!

The campground is accessible for tents, RVs, and travel trailers. Circle Park features 32 sites without electrical hook-ups and is open throughout June to September.

There are public outhouses located throughout the campground and there is a potable water system on site.

The views are breathtaking and the local activities will always have you busy in the beautiful Bighorn National Forest. Some of the local activities include hiking, fishing, the Cloud Peak Scenic Skyway, and several historical sights.

Take a drive on the Cloud Peak Skyway to see views of the snow-capped peaks of the Bighorn Mountains. Take some time to visit the nearby Cloud Peak Wilderness or the Tie Hack Reservoir located only 14 minutes from the Circle Park Campground.

Due to the higher elevation of the campground, weather conditions may vary and campers are always encouraged to pack for both warm and chiller weather.

Find out more information on the Circle Park Campground on the Gallatin Canyon Campgrounds’ website.

17. Pronghorn Campground

Sites: 36

Available Hook-ups: None

Price: Varies depending on the season

The Pronghorn Campground offers guests bathrooms, running (potable) water, a playground, fire rings, and picnic tables.

Take advantage of the Pronghorn Campground’s location and enjoy a day on the Key Hole Reservoir. The campsite does not have hook-ups for any of the sports but makes up for it in the activities offered nearby.

Some of the most popular activities while staying at the Pronghorn Campground include boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, going wildlife watching, playing on the beach, or simply relaxing in nature.

Be sure to snag a spot with a view of the lake in order to add to the overall quality of your camping experience at Pronghorn.

Find more information about the Pronghorn Campground on Hip Camp’s website.

Related Questions

Where can you camp in the USA? You can go camping in just about every state in the United States. National Parks offer excellent camping locations throughout the nation and many states operate their own campsites.

What state has the best camping? Every state offers a unique camping experience that no other can. In the western states there is access to the breathtaking Rocky Mountains and the Grand Canyon. However, the eastern states give access to the Appalachian Mountains and many historical monuments.

What is the average cost of a campsite in Wyoming? Campsites vary in price depending on their access to amenities and location. On average campsites range from $15 to $60. Campsites with full hookups can range anywhere upwards of $80.

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