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3.6 122
Wyoming 101263
September 2018
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Overall Experience
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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