F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp

F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp

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F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp

Location

Installation
F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, WY
GPS Coordinates
41.155, -104.871
Location Information
F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, WY
RV Gate Coordinates
41.1398478025212, -104.846318312645

Directions

Directions
BE CAREFUL and don't follow your GPS! There's a low (11') train bridge outside of the campground. Follow these directions: ---- If over 30' long, you should use the Gate 5 entrance to avoid the obstacles and round-about. Take exit #12 from I-25 onto the base. Once through the gates, continue straight on Central Ave. This will go around the perimeter of base housing. Eventually, you'll drive over railroad tracks. Soon afterwards, the road changes to Missile Dr. and watch for the "FamCamp/Picnic Area" sign on your left. Turn left onto the gravel road BEFORE the sign. This will take you into the FamCamp. ---- The other option is to enter through Gate #1, the main gate from I-25 at exit #11 (Randall Ave.). Once through the main gate and the round-about, continue straight on Randall Ave. to the 2nd light signal. Turn left onto Old Glory Rd. Go to the next signal and turn right onto Missile Dr. Continue on Missile Drive (you'll be in the fields) and watch for the brown "Famcamp/Picnic Area" sign on the right. Turn right onto the dirt road immediately after the sign. This will take you to the FamCamp. ---- The FamCamp office is on the far side of the FamCamp. You'll need to drive through the FamCamp to get to the office.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(307) 773-3874 in season. (307) 773-2988 in winter or (307) 773-1110 for base information
Mailing Address
Outdoor Recreation, 7103 Randall Avenue, F.E. Warren AFB, WY 82005-2987

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV. DoD Civilians.
Season
Year round. Only electric may be available in the winter.
Reservations
Reservations can be made 30 days in advance. Have your credit card number ready to reserve a site. Be sure to note your confirmation number. Reservations are not taken in off (winter) season. Reservations recommended spring and fall, highly recommended in summer, not required in winter. No eligible camper is turned away. We have acres of over-flow parking, so you will have a place to camp and access to the laundry and showers. Reservations not accepted for Tent and Overflow sites.
Internet Access
Free WiFi available at and near the office. Users of Sprint broadband cards get good signal and EVDO here.
Mail Forwarding
USPS: (Your Name), c/o General Delivery, 6111 Randall Ave., FE Warren AFB, WY, 82005 ---- NOTE: General Delivery mail is not delivered to the Post Office on Randall Avenue. It is delivered to the Mail Center in Bldg. 298. Bldg. 298 is located diagonally and to the right behind the Randall Avenue Post Office. The Mail Center is open from 1300 to 1700 on Monday through Friday. ---- FedEx/UPS: (Your Name), Ft. DA Russell FamCamp, (Your Site #), 7700 Diamond Creek Way, FE Warren AFB, WY 82005
Pet Information
Allowed, but not in the office. Not left alone, with usual leash and clean-up rules.
Campground Information
30 day stay limit. Since water and sewer are not available in the off season, electric only sites are $10 during these times. About 40% of the sites have 50amp, spread out among the RV sites. Prices almost double during annual Frontier Days. Cabin doesn't have plumbing, electric only. Supply your own linens for the cabin. Retirees CAN eat at the dining facilities. Office only operational in the Spring - Fall. Office hours are Mon - Fri, 0900-1700hrs.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Facilities
Bowling, Tennis courts, Club.
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Tent Area
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Picinic Area
  • Fishing
  • Boating, Boat Rentals
  • Hiking
  • Golf
  • Library
  • Equestrian
  • Diesel
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Fitness Center
  • Shoppete
  • Swimming
  • Snack Bar
  • Class VI
  • Movie Theater
  • Museum
  • Post Office

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
RV Pull-thru Sites
6
W/20,30,50A/S
$10(Winter) - $30(Summer)
N/A
N/A
RV Back-in Sites
36
W/20,30,50A/S
$10(Winter) - $25(Summer)
N/A
N/A
Overflow
166
None
$10
N/A
N/A
Tent
50+
None
$10
N/A
N/A
Cabin
1
E
$25
N/A
N/A

Other Information

Dining Hall Policy
Firearms Policy
Sign at the gate state "concealed weapons are prohibited on FE Warren AFB except for those carried in an official law enforcement capacity".
DoD Interactive Comment Evaluation

The Department of Defense (DoD) Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) system is a web-based tool that collects feedback on services provided by various organizations throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). Click the ICE logo to submit your evaluation on this campground directly to the responsible department.

Weather Information

Located at historic Fort D.A. Russell, this is a scenic and quiet campground. Near base facilities, with plenty of trees, and a spring nearby.

Photos

F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
F.E. Warren AFB Crow Creek FamCamp
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Videos

Driving Tour of Crow Creek FamCamp at F.E. Warren AFB, WY

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September 2018

We liked this campground so much we extended our stay here by several nights. If you come in Gate 5 the directions are simple to the campground and there’s signage all along the way. The roads are gravel but we had no problem navigating to the camp. There’s a variety of site type and sizes. The back-in sites are really pretty small but our pull thru was plenty long enough for our 42’ 5th wheel. FHU and wi-fi that worked. Great office staff. Commissary and exchange close by and a Baskin Robbins! The campground is in a nature preserve so there is a lot of wildlife, trees and open spaces. Antelope roam thru the campground all day. Picnic table at each site. Few trains ( no whistles) and helicopters but otherwise nice and quiet. They have a new person in charge of the campground and we were told the “long timers” must be out by Nov. 1. Some people have been here for years. One unit had 10 bicycles, old grills, several storage chest and a freezer outside his RV. The new policy will be 90 days max. I hope this really happens. We were told that at one time the park had over 1/2 of the spaces taken up with people who lived here permanently. This is a great place to stay and visit all the nearby sites. We would definitely stay here again.

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Aug 3-7, 2018

This was our second visit to Warren and we just had to come back. The campground is small and nestled in a wooded area. Antelope are everywhere. The base itself is beautiful. The camp facilities are good, I think Outdoor Rec was short staff which made check in difficult. There is a lot to do in Cheyenne with great road biking and golf. The base gym is beautiful. 

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15-26 Aug 2018

Overall a really nice CG with mostly shaded sites, lots of grass. All sites are gravel and level, most are well spaced with good FHU connections. As previously noted some site hook-up are on the passenger side, so need long hoses and elec. cords. Plenty of dry camping overflow space ($10)- so if you need a safe stop don’t worry about availability. Caution - Larger rigs will have difficulty entering base thru Gate 1 (Randal Ave) – the chicane barrier is very tight even for our 25’ TT. Follow the MWR website instructions and you will not go wrong finding the camp once on base. “I” who works the office is very accommodating and very nice. Originally our rig was too long for the reserved site, however, she made accommodations to move us to a more suitable site and worked with us to extend our stay. The AFB is super interesting historically with many original brick buildings, barracks, stables still standing and repurposed for modern use. Easy exploring the city through Randal main gate. Fitness center is excellent, Commissary/BX – ok for basic needs. Class VI is at the gas station/shoppette, with limited selection. You will find better prices in town. No library on base (can you believe that?) but the county library in town is outstanding and only 15 minutes from the main gate with very well equipped with a nice computer center/internet if you have admin needs. Mosquitoes are pretty aggressive here as there is a swampy creek passing by. Lots of places to walk or ride bikes, with two nice rec lakes to the north on base. Everything was working in the bathhouse, and they were very clean. WIFI was fairly good, not the fastest, but good enough for most things. Pretty good value for the price, will stay again.

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July, 2018

We stayed at this Famcamp this summer and really enjoyed it. Gate 1 provided easy access despite the barriers for our 40 ft MH. Enjoyed seeing antelope in the campground and got some great pix of a large bobcat on a ridge overlooking the campground. 

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Jun 3 - Jul 5, 2018

We spent one week moving between Denver and Casper WY. Gate 1 will allow a larger RV through (I have a 39ft 5th Wheel and had no problem with the barriers. Be aware that some sites have the Power/Water/Sewer connections on the wrong side, unless you are a class A/C that pulls in nose first. You will hear a train (no whistles) from time to time and the antelope are everywhere. The post is not maintaining historical markers, but there enough to get the feel of the old Calvary fort. The BX gas station has Diesel pumps available. This is a great place to stay and explore the city. Yes, they doubled the rate for Frontier Days (unless you had prepaid before they announced the increase.) 2019 expect the increased rate when you make your reservation. We'd stop here again. The 3 for facilities is because we didn't use them, so a neutral number.

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3.0

July 9, 2018

I was stationed here 40 years ago and spent many nights in this FamCamp. Returned to update the campground information, get some new photos, and to make a drive-thru video. Spoke with the office staff, who were very friendly. The campground itself is a bit rustic, it's just not a "RV Resort". I like it, being in the woods and along a creek. Plenty of wildlife to view in the area. Be careful when it rains, as the area can get flooded. We even went rafting in the fields many years ago. The base is very historic and I love the cavalry style buildings. Lots of memories from this base for my wife and I. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, as long it wasn't during the crazy Cheyenne Frontier Days. Prices for the FamCamp go to $50 a night during this annual event.

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3.0

Jun 29, 2018

As noted by the other 2 posters here for this year it has some issues. Made our call early afternoon and we were able to get a spot to stay for the night, maybe 2. Anyhow the directions are accurate except the sign say'FAMCAMP, PICKNIC area" Missed it and had to turn around after a bit. Yes close to commissary and px/bx both of which are small but adequate for the base I guess. Did not see many troops around. Very scenic post lots of wildlife (no hunting pressure, thus no fear of humans). The facilities are marginal for the place, never did get into the office was told to park in a spot and info for everything would be posted to the lot id. Nothing there and we were given wrong lot info but later found correction on phone message. Nice folks next to us gave us restroom codes etc, but they also had no real paperwork to go off of, wife asked other in restrooms as they came out. Anyhow lots of trees, thick underbrush, and MOSQUITOs. Saw a 5er hit several low hanging branches as he departed, also ran over the curbstones that are on the driveway. BTW in mens room the thrones were limited to 2 and 1 was out of order. Guess they dont get good support from base maintenance folks. Will go back again if in the area just hope they can take better care of the place in the meantime.

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June 28 - July 5, 2018

Finally arrived but word of caution. Do not follow GPS coordinates it will send you to a closed gate. Off of I-25 exit ramp 11, Randall Ave. Then follow the directions given on their military website only. GPS will take you to a gate that's been closed for 5 years. We used Rand McNally which was wrong. Safe travels.

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May 2018

We arrived the day before water was turned on to the campground. We were charged the full amount for every day (no discount for the electric-only day there). On the third day we went by the MWR office to pick up the paperwork and to inform them about the sewer backing up when I attempted emptying our hold tanks. They have a phone number to leave a message but never called back. The second time I attempted the number, the message box was full so I couldn't leave a message. Two days later the problem still existed so I went by the office again. I was told they didn't know which site had the problem was so CE would not come out to the Famcamp. I reported my site so CE would come out. When we left three days later the sewer backup still had not been resolved. Another problem with the camp is the length of the sites. Our 38 foot 5th wheel would barely fit into the site we were assigned. If we had a travel-trailer, it would have worked OK. The trees behind the sites have limbs that over-hang many of the back-in sites and prevent you from backing far enough into the sites if your camper is too tall. 

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June 2018

(Editor Notes - the directions have been updated). Okay, let’s update this site! Directions are horrible! We got off I-25 at exit 10D, NOT exit 10-B Via Missile Road. gate two is closed...we were there about 2pm on a Thursday. Is it permanently closed? DO NOT take Randall all the way to the Famcamp dirt road...there is a low underpass and the road is uneven. Instead, enter through the main gate straight to the first Major intersection which is Old Glory. Take a left here. Follow this to a major intersection and take a right on Missile Road.following that road to a dirt road just beyond a Brown Famcamp sign on the right. Turn right into the dirt road, following it around to the office. The office requires a code to enter (what ???) so be prepared to knock. Maybe they send the code to those who register online? Okay, done complaining! They could rename this base Antelope Haven! We lost track of how many we saw....looks like many pregnant females. Saw at least two babies. This may be the oldest continuous military base in the US and it has lovely old buildings. There is a pretty golf course, fitness center, modern commissary and exchange and lovely places to walk with sidewalks. We were directed to the two lakes on base to find a place to throw a ball for our dog who was badly in need of some exercise. The office staff is very nice. The grounds are shabby...badly in need of hosts who take pride in their campground. I have to say it is in the worst shape of any AFB Famcamp we have stayed at but it has so much potential to be wonderful with some care. It is quiet and in a shady location. oh! Almost forgot! The 30 foot sites are NOT adequate for our 24 foot rig much less a 30 foot one! So if making reservations, exaggerate your length!

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31 May 2018

This base is beautiful. The problem we had was information on how to find the Famcamp. There are very few signs, no direction on how to get to the famcamp. It was the most frustrating experience. Also I have a problem with the reservation system. Once we found the famcamp we found a lot of open spaces but they showed they were reserved. We arrived quite late so not sure what that was all about. Also noticed a bit of "homesteading" happening. 

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August through September 2017

This campground is really nice and on a historic base with full facilities. Anything you can find at any AFB world wide you can find at F.E.Warren (except Space A Flights). Warren is right next to Cheyenne, Wyoming and it's attractions, just off I-25. Easy to get to from either I-25 or I-80 (just turn north on 25 to the next exit). The pluses they offer are low cost, close distance to commissary and BX, & within walking distance to the theatre, library, bowling alley, and recreation center with pool. As well as to the mess hall which is open to all. Golf course is 7 minute drive away. The two slight negatives are (1) the Railroad track that boarders the campground on the north (noise) and (2) the creek which provides LOTS of mosquitoes, during the summer. Lucky for all, summer doesn't begin until late May, and ends early September here. They open soon after the beginning of May (usually) and close by October 1st (usually) because it snows in both September and May in Cheyenne --- so water may not be on. There are sites with 50 amps and some with only 30 amp hookups. The showers have lots of hot water, the laundry has plenty of washers and dryers, and you can almost always get a space. However, NOT during Cheyenne Frontier Days and the week before, when they are usually 100% booked up, a full year in advance. The annual Freedom Celebration on the 4th of July is best viewed from the base right across I-25 with great fireworks. The base usually has a family picnic too on the 4th. There is lots to see and do in Cheyenne, including the State Museum, other museums, and parks. There is a UP Big Boy in one of the parks if you like trains. There is also once a year an open house at the UP round house where you can see the current Steam Engines UP keeps running and talk to the crew that maintains them. 

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4.0

Apr 29, 2018

Nice and quiet. Elect. hookup only water was not on. But for $10. it's a good deal.

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Oct 16, 2017

DUSTY! DUSTY! DUSTY! We drove our 36' motorhome the long way in (the tunnel entrance is not tall enough for our rig) and by the time we parked in our site, the entire rig and tow vehicle sported a new coat of dust that will require us to thoroughly wash both vehicles. There were also numerous potholes throughout the campground, which is in serious need of renovation of the roads and sites, including trimming some tree branches that extended into roadways. The gravel in the sites does not appear to have been renewed for many years and much of the gravel has been reduced to dirt and dust. Some of the pull-thru sites feature an unusual configuration: shared patio areas with two picnic tables. The office and laundry room looked first rate. We will consider returning after we confirm that the dust issue, potholes, etc., have been fixed. On the other hand, the $10 winter rate for 50A electric-only sites can't be beat.

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September 22, 2017

Called on the 21st to get a reservation. Was told we had site 36 but since Outdoor Recreation's computer and the Famcamp do not talk to each other, if someone is in that site check on the office door for availability. I asked about someone putting reserved signs on the sites. The young girl said that "Oh yeah, they do that". When we arrived our site was empty with no sign on it but site 37 had one. No one was in the office so we called Outdoor Rec to pay for our site with a credit card. Fairly level pull-through with 50 amp electric. Shares a electric pedestal with the next door site so when they pulled in they had to use the 30 amp hookup. We could connect to the WiFi but was so slow it was unusable. Good Verizon 4g and DTV satellite signals. There are a lot of "long-term" folks staying in the park. Although a couple of folks most likely are there for legitimate reasons, most were all retired military. It is obvious that the 30 day limit is not enforced in those cases. On gentleman told me he has been there for 4 months. When I asked him how he gets away with staying more than 30 days he just said he has his ways and walked off.

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Aug 1 - Aug 23, 2017

We have been here three times over the last 10 years. WiFi has been a major improvement. Washer Dryer facility very limited for the number of potential users. Great location for local attractions, biking, jogging, etc. I suggest checking out the local laundry in town. Same price, excellent accessibility, about 4-5 miles from famcamp. My only confusion is why the AF is allowing so many of the recreation famcamps to be used as semi permanent housing for active duty and/or contractors. I can understand tdy or new arrivals or those departing housing prior to leaving, but there are more than not that are just turning the famcamp into a trailer park. I'm just not sure that this is in the spirit or intent of famcamps. While here I observed many large RVs moving from site to site so as to extend their stay. If the park was fully available and enforced the 30 day limit there would likely not be any problem except for during Frontier Days. Based on what I see across the AF Bases, Active Duty have realized that this is a great way to stay on base and save a ton of money provided for housing allowance. 

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Aug 8-22, 2017

Nice small famcamp. Nice place for a short stay. We stayed 2 weeks and most probably will only stay a week next year. Quiet and a lot of trees and open areas. Everyone on base was very friendly. 

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July 25, 2017

Great place at a great price. I do think that the weeds could be mowed but who wants to camp on a golf course. We have stayed at numerous places during the past 6 weeks and this place was better then most. The civilian worker that runs the camp was very nice and informative, and even got us in a day early. We were in town for the Frontier Days Rodeo and enjoyed our stay. We will be back if in the area again.

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June 6-12, 2017

This is a small base with a lot of history and character. From the red brick buildings and stables from the Calvary days to the antelope, ground squirrel,birds and cottonwoods ... it really has character. Unfortunately, the Fam Camp itself looks like it is need of some serious TLC. There is no camp host, the office personnel was on loan from Laramie and we never saw any kind of grounds keeper/maintenance while there (nor had others we spoke to....) The grass is very over grown and ground squirrels have taken over. There are 2 washer/dryer combos in the office, and at $1.75/$1.50 a load respectively, I thought that was a tad pricey for a Fam Camp. Plenty of green spaces, including dry camping in fields which looked great. The sites themselves were gravel. The base boasts two lakes and a stream. The commissary was in the process of a face lift while we were there. This place has tons of potential and I hope they clean it up. Over all we liked the base & the area and would probably still return.

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24 - 26 Sep 2016

Crow Creek is our second favorite FAMCAMP (right behind the AF Academy). If you want resort amenities this is not the place for you. If you want a nice, quiet place to relax and visit the area Crow Creek is wonderful. There are train tracks nearby, but the trains are few and never loud. Water and sewer were still on while we were there, but it's always best to call ahead and check after mid-September even if you don't need a reservation. As always, the bathrooms are well kept, so electric only camping here would not be a problem. The primary campground entrance off Missile Drive is back in use after the bridge washouts of the last few years. The rebuilt bridge over Crow Creek looks much sturdier than earlier versions. The homesteaders, like the people with the outside refrigerator (were there for years - see earlier reviews by several folks) have been moved out. They're trying to accommodate longer term stays needed for valid reasons while getting back to being a limited stay rec facility. We applaud the effort but believe it's produced mixed results so far. We love this FAMCAMP, the base and Cheyenne. We'll return as often as we can.

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