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Best RV Parks & Campgrounds in Wyoming


We’ve experienced some of the best RV Parks and campgrounds while traveling around Wyoming in our two RVs. Sometimes we are chasing the best rock climbing destination so it is easier to take our Class C into the BigHorns and up Ten Sleep Canyon. Other times we have our 42′ fifth wheel and we want a more comfortable home base to explore from. Here are the best RV parks & campgrounds that we’ve stayed at.

Best RV Parks in Wyoming

Yellowstone Trail RV Park: Pinedale, Wyoming

Rates: $54/night with weekly and monthly discounts
Features: Full Hookup, Pull Through & Big Rig Friendly sites, plus shower house with free hot showers
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All of our travels have been driven by IMWO talk. If money wasn’t an object, what would we do? Well, when it comes to RV Parks, this is my IMWO one!

This brand-new RV Park has extra large pull-through sites, clean bathrooms with hot showers, fast WiFi, and a great camp host who ensures your stay is perfect.

I’ve never stayed at an RV Park that was this big rig-friendly. Some of the pull-through sites were long enough to fit two of my trucks and trailers. I loved the site we stayed in because it was next to a nice grassy area, basketball hoop, and pickleball court.


But what really makes this Wyoming RV park go above and beyond other RV parks in the USA is that you can rent a jacuzzi and they will deliver it right to your campsite! How RAD is this?!!

Best RV parks Wyoming

Sleeping Bear RV Park: Lander, Wyoming

Rates: $32-50
Features: Full Hookup, Pull Through & Big Rig Friendly sites, plus shower house with free hot showers
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We always look forward to staying at Sleeping Bear RV Park when we are in Lander to climb. Sleeping Bear has nice views, large pull-through sites, and fast WiFi. They have individual bathrooms with hot showers, laundry, and my kid’s favorite, a Pac-Man machine! I like that we can walk to town from here although many may prefer to drive since, even though the walk is short, it isn’t a very scenic walk.


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Best National Forest Campgrounds in Wyoming

Boulder Park: Ten Sleep, Wyoming

Rates: $17
Features: Dry camping with water spigot & pit toilets
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This is one of my favorite campgrounds in all of the US. I love that it is in a scenic location, which is very affordable and can fit large RVs. We stay here often because it’s located close to all the great rock climbing in Ten Sleep Canyon. Many choose this campground for its accessibility to all the off-road trails in the Big Horns. I like sites 30 & 31 because they can fit my huge 42′ fifth wheel and they’re right next to the creek.

There are many other campgrounds near here too and another one of our favorite hikes, Lost Twin Lakes, starts a few miles up the road from Boulder Park campground.

Boulder Park Campground, Wyoming Road Trip

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Sibley Lake: Near Dayton, Wyoming

Rates: $18-23
Features: Some sites with electricity, water, pit toilets
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Electricity for the WIN! While there are a lot of great campgrounds, as well as free boondocking areas, scattered along highways 16 and 14 in the Big Horn Mountain Range, I love this campground because it offers electricity while still being able to be immersed in nature and have lots of trees around your campsite.

Note that getting to this campground requires driving Highway 14, which is a very steep windy road and not great for big rigs. We had our class C when we visited here.


Fremont Campground: Pinedale, Wyoming

Rates: $15
Features: Dry camping with water spigot & pit toilets
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I love it when I find inexpensive campgrounds in beautiful locations with sites that can fit my extra-long fifth wheel. The Fremont State Park campground is covered with aspens and has beautiful views of the Wind River Mountain Range.

Fremont Lake allows motor boats and is great in the summer for water skiing, wakeboarding, and inner tubing. I hear the fishing is fantastic. There are also nice sandy beaches along the lake, which remind me of Hawaii and are great for picnics. This campground is also close to the trailhead where you can do one of the best hikes in Wyoming.

Brooklyn Lake: Near Centennial, Wyoming

Rates: $10
Features: Dry camping with water spigot & pit toilets
First-come-first-serve and typically doesn’t open until mid-July

This campground sits right beneath Medicine Bow Peak and is just the one I chose for this blog due to its convenient location adjacent to the trailhead for Medicine Bow Peak and Gap Lakes Trail. Many other campgrounds along Highway 130 are part of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland.


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Best National Park Campground in Wyoming

Colter Bay: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Rates: $45-71 (only $13 for hiker/biker sites)
Features: Some sites do have electricity and water, RV dump station and potable water filling station is also available, generators are only permitted in loops H, J, K, M, O, and Group Sites, flush toilets, propane, showers, and laundry available for a fee nearby
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There aren’t many options for camping in the Tetons but we like this one because it fits big RVs up to 45′ & is a good jumping-off point for exploring the Tetons. A nice perk is that it has amenities nearby at the Colter Bay Village with a camp store, paid showers, and laundry.

There’s a nice hike that you can do from the campground and there is a great rocky beach area for the kids to play on or just relax at. But the best part of staying here is the views you get of the Tetons! One thing to note though is that last year the water level was really low.

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Best Wyoming State Park Campgrounds

Buffalo Bill State Park Campground: Cody, Wyoming

Rates: $17-27
Features: Open May through September; big rig friendly and pull-through sites; a few sites have electricity; sites #1-7 have water.; toilets, dump station, and water available in the campground
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This state park sits right on the water and has beautiful views of the mountains. It’s a great jumping-off point to exploring Yellowstone and only a few minutes from Cody. We like staying here because of how close it is to rock climbing.


Sinks Canyon Campground: Lander, Wyoming

Rates: $10 ($50 for yurts)
Features: Dry camping & pit toilets; you can also rent a cabin or yurts here
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This is a great campground especially if you love to rock climb as it is directly across the street from some of the best sport rock climbing destinations in America. We spend a lot of time in Lander and while I love this campground, it doesn’t have showers so we often just stay at Sleeping Bear listed above.

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Best County Park Campground

Saratoga Lake Campground: Saratoga, Wyoming

Rates: $10-15
Features: Open May 1 – Oct 30; Electric and non-electric sites; big rig-friendly
No reservations
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This isn’t the most comfortable campground as far as campsites go. It’s just a big dirt parking lot without a fire pit or picnic table, but what makes it great is that there is electricity, and it’s easy to get our big RV in and out of.

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I also liked that it was affordable and a short drive from here to get to the town of Saratoga and the Saratoga Hot Springs, which is a must-do if you are in the area. Saratoga in general is a great jumping-off point for exploring the Medicine Bow forest.

That’s a start at the best RV Parks and campgrounds in Wyoming. We haven’t explored the RV parks and campgrounds in Yellowstone, Devil’s Tower, or much of Southern Wyoming, and will update this blog as we discover new gems. If you have a recommendation to add to this list, let us know in the comments.

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