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Buffalo KOA
87 US Highway 16 East  Buffalo, Wyoming
800-5621902
1 CampedThere Reviews

At Wyoming's favorite RV park and campground we offer high quality camping with a range of facilities and sites at prices to suit just about any need.

RVs are welcome with a range of sites available. From low cost back-ins to standard pull thrus, and up to the Deluxe RV sites which include full fencing, patio, BBQ and even a spa! The Buffalo KOA is the only campground between Yellowstone and Mt. Rushmore with RV sites designed for motor homes towing cars or trailers.

For those that like camping out we have plenty of tent sites and our grounds feature shade trees. Tent sites are also available with picnic tables electricity, water, and built in campfire pit.

At the Buffalo KOA we have cabins as well. Our cabins all come equipped with air conditioning, heating and wall mounted TV/VCR.

Casper KOA
1101 Prairie Lane  Bar Nunn, Wyoming
888-5624704
10 CampedThere Reviews

Deer and antelope still play near the Casper KOA Campground and RV Park. More than 75 percent of the world's pronghorn antelope live within a 90-mile radius of Wyoming's second-largest city. In many places, the Plains look unchanged from the days when the Oregon, California, Mormon, Bridger, Bozeman and Pony Express trails converged here along the North Platte River. Trail ruts are still visible. Visit the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center or browse pioneer exhibits at the Fort Caspar Museum and Historic Site.

The campground is located in the town of Bar Nunn, five miles north of downtown Casper. At an elevation of 5,284 feet, the campground overlooks the City of Casper and commands an excellent view of the city and Casper Mountain to the south. Public tennis and basketball courts and a baseball diamond are located across the street, and golfers can choose from two public courses, one of which was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Or just relax in the big covered pool and hot tub at the Casper KOA (Memorial Day to Labor Day). The whole family can make itself at home here with mini golf, a playground and a pet walk.

Casper KOA is the only onsite owner operated full service campground in the area. We offer free restrooms with hot showers, a 24 hour coin op laundry and a convenience store and gift shop.  And we welcome long-term campers all year round.   Please join us on your next trip through Wyoming!

Cheyenne KOA
8800 Archer Frontage Road  Cheyenne, Wyoming
800-5621507
22 CampedThere Reviews

Settle in at this KOA sprawling across the rolling High Plains grasslands, then mosey into Cheyenne to explore a legendary cow town and Wyoming's capital city. Browse the Frontier Days Old West Museum and store. Stop at Holliday Park to see Old Number 4004, one of the world's largest railroad steam engines. Nearby Pine Bluff offers rodeos most weekends in the summer or enjoy Big Country Speedway. A half hour west, fish and relax at Curt Gowdy State Park, where two reservoirs shine among the forested foothills of the Laramie Mountains. Then happily return to your KOA retreat for a swim, mini golf and a blissful night under the Western stars.See a video of Cheyenne area attractions!

Cody KOA
5561 Greybull Highway  Cody, Wyoming
800-5628507
11 CampedThere Reviews

A mountain view comes with your campsite on a grassy meadow east of this frontier town founded by showman and Wild West icon Buffalo Bill. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center houses five museums featuring art, Native American artifacts and exhibits chronicling the man and the times. The Cody KOA makes it easy to visit other area attractions. A shuttle runs to the Cody Nite Rodeo every summer evening, and bus tours of Yellowstone National Park, just an hour away, can be booked upon your arrival. On your own or with a guide, whitewater raft or fly-fish on the Shoshone River, and don't miss the spectacular views of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, climbing high into the Rockies. Leave some time to swim in the heated pool or soak in the hot tub while the little ones splash in a separate wading pool. Regular evening events include Thursday bingo, Friday ice cream social and Saturday s'mores.

Devils Tower KOA
60 Highway 110  Devils Tower, Wyoming
800-5625785
21 CampedThere Reviews

Devils Tower soars over 1,000 feet above the campground, along the meandering Belle Fourche River. Every campsite offers a great view of the rock monolith which was featured in Steven Spielberg's sci-fi classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The campground features a full service restaurant, gift and sweet shop, heated outdoor pool and Kritter Korral.

Douglas KOA
168 Cold Springs Road (Highway 91)  Douglas, Wyoming
800-5622469
8 CampedThere Reviews

Visit the 'Home of the Jackalope', 72nd of the 100 Best Small Towns in America.... Douglas, WY!

Located on the North Platte River and near the Laramie Peak Range of the Medicine Bow National Forest, Douglas offers an abundance to the outdoor enthusiast. The campground is located 1.5 miles outside of town in a peaceful country setting only minutes away from a world of activities.

You can raft on the river, hike in the mountains, fish in the streams or boat in nearby Glendo reservoir. If you fancy wildlife, we have it! Converse County has the largest population of pronghorn in the nation as well as herds of white tail and mule deer, elk and big horn sheep. Right on and within site of the campground you can enjoy the abundance of rabbits and antelope and......the occasional Jackalope. (But NO hunting allowed on the camping grounds!) Visit the Ayres National Bridge for a scenic lunch or climb Laramie Peak for a great workout! The nature is endless around Douglas!

And for campers interested in 19th century history and the nostalgic western days; you will be surrounded by historical sites to visit. The Oregon, Mormon and Bozeman Trails passed through this area. You can visit Register Cliff near Guernsey State Park, see an Oregon Trail tombstone near Glenrock and visit the Pioneer Museum in Douglas for an abundance of history! Fort Fetterman is only a 15 minute drive away and Fort Laramie an hour. And if the rodeo urge gets to you, take in the Wyoming State Rodeo here in Douglas every August!

If you like fast cars, visit the Motorsports Park in Douglas. If the race cars are too fast and you would like a slower pace maybe take a walk next to the North Platte River or if you are a golf enthusiast, golf at one of the top 10 courses in Wyoming.

Douglas, one of the best kept secrets! and the Douglas KOA Team will help you enjoy every minute of your visit!

Our Campground is Horse Friendly!

Please note, the rates below are Two-person rates. Extra person charge of $3 for ages 7 and over. 50 Amp $3 / Cable $2

Dubois / Wind River KOA
225 Welty Street  Dubois, Wyoming
800-5620806
10 CampedThere Reviews

Camp nestled along the Wind River , in a beautiful valley between the Wind River and Absaroka mountain ranges. You will be in the heart of Dubois , a rustic western cowboy town just 90 minutes east of Yellowstone National Park and 50 minutes east of Grand Teton National Park . The mountain views are fabulous while still enjoying the conveniences of services and shopping.

The Dubois area offers some of the best access to wilderness and recreational trails in the West. Destination Dubois is a favorite mountain town, with an elevation of 6,917 feet and only 30 miles east of the Continental Divide . Dubois is a great base camp for a true Rocky Mountain experience. One night won't be enough to enjoy all of the scenic driving tours , weekly scheduled natural, historical and cultural events, rodeos, square dances and entertainment famous for its western flair.

Spend a relaxing day trout fishing on the Wind River right out the front door of your RV, Kabin, or tent . Full service hook ups, including municipal water and sewer, electrical and cable sites are available. Amenities also include Kamping Kabins, a playground, an indoor heated pool, a game room, plus laundry, a store and restrooms. Equestrian sites are also available for camping with your horses. So come on and " Cowboy Up " in Dubois.

Greybull KOA
399 North 2nd Street  Greybull, Wyoming
800-5627508
9 CampedThere Reviews

WE CARE ABOUT KIDSWe try to help out families in these difficult economic times. Bring your family from June 15th till August 15th. 2013 and up to 4 kids can stay for free. To use this special: call 1-800-562-7508 and make a reservation.

There is enough to see and to do for everyone in the family. If you want to enjoy the heated pool or want to explore the area, Greybull is surrounded by forests, mountains and rivers. Nearby Big Horn National Forest is 2400 sq. miles and includes two visitor centers, over 1500 miles of trails and three scenic byways. See Shell Falls, a waterfall that cascades 3,600 gallons per second. Scenic views of the Big Horn Mountains are world-class, and walking trails allow for breathtaking views of the falls and the canyon. Colorful, rock formations are exposed in Devil's Kitchen, located five miles from Greybull. A walking or hiking tour will reveal fascinating and picturesque 'Badland' spires and weathered hills. Be sure to stop at the Medicine Lodge State Archeological Site, located about 40 miles from Greybull. It features petroglyphs and pictographs on cliff walls. Don't miss the Red Gulch Dinosaur Track site. This site is a record of the original Jurassic Park and features three-toed dinosaur tracks across a rock bed. Spend a day amidst thousands of tourists and visit Cody; but escape back to the quiet Greybull KOA at the end of the day.

* On all of our Full hook-up sites, kabins and de-luxe kabins.

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Jackson Hole / Snake River KOA
9705 South Highway 89  Jackson, Wyoming
800-5621878
29 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to the Jackson Hole and Snake River Park KOA, the gateway to an outdoor paradise that includes Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Bridger Teton National Forest, and the Snake and Hoback Rivers. We are thrilled to offer deluxe cabins overlooking Horse Creek, camping cabins that overlook the Snake River, and RV and tent sites shaded by aspens, cottonwoods, and giant spruce trees. Our brand new deluxe cabins include full bathrooms, kitchen/kitchenettes, flat screen TV, gas BBQs, and patios with campfire rings. Our bathrooms are newly remodeled and feature private, individual changing and showering rooms. A brand new pet area and playground will be coming soon!! We do have limited internet usage. Enjoy guided whitewater rafting or scenic float trips that leave directly from our office and will surely be a vacation highlight. For staying with us, you get a 10% discount off all river trips, horseback riding, wildlife tours, covered wagon steak dinner rides and fishing trips. Yet another popular activity we offer is tubing! Rent a tube for the whole day and float right down to the KOA beach. A great number of area activities include fishing the Snake River, hiking the Wind River Range, soaking in Granite Hot Springs, or visiting the National Parks. The shops, galleries, and restaurants of Jackson are just a 10-minute drive north.

Laramie KOA
1271 West Baker Street  Laramie, Wyoming
800-5624153
7 CampedThere Reviews

In its early days, Laramie was such a rip-roaring railroad town that it made good sense to build the territorial prison here. Things have quieted down, as you'll see when you check into this relaxed campground with mountain views just north of I-80. However, at the Wyoming Territorial Park, you can still peek into cells where desperadoes such as Butch Cassidy once did their time. Relax at the Laramie KOA recreation and TV hall. Visit the great gift and snack store. Groups enjoy the meeting facilities, event planning and discounts. Take a sunny afternoon to walk or ride your bike around the city on the peaceful Greenbelt. Stop for a little shopping and dining in historic downtown Laramie. The beautiful Medicine Bow National Forest is just 27 miles away.

Lyman KOA
1531 State Highway 413  Lyman, Wyoming
800-5622762
4 CampedThere Reviews

Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet grassy meadow an inviting spot to camp. And when you spend a night, you're joining a steady parade of travelers who've stopped here since mountain man Jim Bridger built his trading post along the Oregon and Mormon trails in 1843. The Lyman KOA is a short drive from the re-created post (some original buildings) of Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Visit Labor Day weekend to catch the Mountain Man Rendezvous, complete with black powder and buckskins. You'll find plenty of comforts at the campground, including a pool, a game room, basketball, sand volleyball and a pet walk. When you're ready for more adventures, drive an hour east to 91-mile-long Flaming Gorge Reservoir for great boating and fishing plus hiking and biking along mountain trails.

Rawlins KOA
205 E. Highway 71  Rawlins, Wyoming
800-5627559
2 CampedThere Reviews

Carbon County (and Rawlins) is consistently rated in the top tier of  Outdoor Adventure locations by Outdoor Magazine. That means you are in for a treat when you visit the Rawlins and the Rawlins KOA! Whether staying for a day, a week or longer, you'll find something do whet your appetite for western adventure in Rawlins - from the Frontier Prison and local museums, to championship golf, to fishing, hunting and hiking. There is something for everyone! At the end of the day, relax in one of 2 hot tubs, build your own 'smores by the campfire, or simply pull out a lawn chair and enjoy our gorgeous sunsets!

The Rawlins KOA is a great location for groups looking for a meeting space. Take advantage of our covered Camper Kitchen with picnic tables, stoves and sinks. Our long pull-through sites are just the ticket for easy in and out of the park. Our Cabins are a great place to relax and have a barbeque in the fire pits! Our tent sites invite relaxation with picnic tables and fire pits - a wonderful place to enjoy some family time! There's something for everyone at the Rawlins KOA!

Rock Springs / Green River KOA
86 Foothill Boulevard  Rock Springs, Wyoming
800-5628699
19 CampedThere Reviews

From a lawn chair right at your campsite, you might see one of the bands of wild horses that roams the Red Desert surrounding Rock Springs. The orange-and-purple sunrises and sunsets rival the majesty of the free-roaming herds. Exercise the family dog in our enclosed pet area. The campground also includes a swimming pool, a video game room, a playground, basketball, horseshoes, tetherball and an espresso bar. To the northwest, the White Mountains rise on the horizon, and a few miles southwest, massive Flaming Gorge Reservoir gleams between rocky bluffs. Also nearby, hike the ever-shifting Killpecker Sand Dunes, which grow as high as 150 feet. Some are open to off-road vehicles.

Sheridan / Big Horn Mountains KOA
63 Decker Road  Sheridan, Wyoming
800-5627621
11 CampedThere Reviews

Pitch your tent or park your RV along the shady banks of Goose Creek. The High Plains unfurl to the east, while the Bighorn Mountains loom to the west. Hike, ride horseback or make the hour's drive to the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. You'll find other relics of the Indian wars near Sheridan, including the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site and the Fetterman Battlefield. Shop Sheridan's galleries for antiques and artisans' leather goods. Turn the kids loose in KOA's big playground and get your fill of fishing, biking (rentals available) and swimming. This KOA is big rig friendly.

A B Camping
1503 W College Dr  Cheyenne, Wyoming
307-6347035
0 CampedThere Reviews

Absaroka Bay Rv
2001 N Fork Hwy  Cody, Wyoming
307-5277440
0 CampedThere Reviews

Arrowhead Rv Park
2005 16th St  Wheatland, Wyoming
307-3223467
0 CampedThere Reviews

B J's Campground
902 S Maple St  Lusk, Wyoming
307-3342314
1 CampedThere Reviews

Barnyard Acres
50 County Road 111  Etna, Wyoming
307-8835559
0 CampedThere Reviews

Bighorn Canyon
20 US Highway 14a E  Lovell, Wyoming
307-5482251
0 CampedThere Reviews

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