BLM Campgrounds in Wyoming



Cody Area

Cottonwood Creek Campground
From Lovell, take Highway 14A for approximately 10 miles. Immediately after the 
causeway on the east side of Bighorn Lake, turn left onto John Blue Canyon 
Road /BLM Road #1122. Take the first road on the right, and travel this road for 
5.5 miles until you reach the campground and trailhead. There is a gazebo there
with seating, 2 small spots for smaller campers , 2 pull through spots and 2 back
in sites.Vault toilets on site, no water.


Site #1
Site #2
Site # 3A & 3B
This site or sites is a pull though at the top and a back in at the bottom so two campers could use it or 1 pulling two trailers.
 

Site #4 & 5 
This seams to be the popular group area these two sites and spreading out into #3. 
I have seen 5 campers at a time in these two sites.

Site #4
Site #5
Site #6


Hogan & Luce Reservoir and Campground
Is located 18 miles north of Cody off Wyoming State Highway 120. Turn left onto Park County Road 7RP and continue approximately five miles; look for the Hogan-Luce Trail head sign and take a left onto the one-mile-long access road to the site.
The Hogan and Luce Campground has picnic tables, toilet facilities & food storage boxes.
Be careful the road in does get muddy and rutty in rainy weather.



Bobcat-Houlihan Campground 
 Latitude / Longitude44.29279814, -109.4865593
Directions Traveling southwest from Cody on Wyoming State Highway 291 (the South Fork Highway), 
continue for 28 miles. Turn right onto Park County Road 6EH and travel approximately three miles to the trailhead. Food storage boxes and toilet facilities





Lander Area

Cottonwood Campground     
Latitude / Longitude42.3624, -107.68456
Fee: $6 per night Golden Age / Golden Access Passes accepted. No reservations first come fist serve.
The site features 18 campsites, fire rings, water, picnic tables, vault toilets, garbage collection, and can accommodate large recreational vehicles. Season of use runs June 1 to October 31.

Sinks Canyon    
Latitude / Longitude 42.7384, -108.8343
Directions To get to the canyon, take Highway 131 out of Lander for seven miles.
Campgrounds operated by Sinks Canyon State Park and the USDA Forest Service.
three developed campgrounds

Big Atlantic Gulch Campground
Latitude / Longitude42.5206, -108.7151
Fee $6.00 per night, Golden Age / Golden Access Passes accepted. No reservations first come 

first serve.
Directions The campground is located 1 mile from Highway 28 on the west side of Atlantic City 

Road.
It features 10 campsites, fire rings, garbage collection, water (weather permitting), picnic tables, 

vault toilets and can accommodate medium sized recreational vehicles. 
The site is ADA Accessible.
This is a fee site and typical use season is June 1 - October 31.
 

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Worland Area

Middle Fork of the Powder River Campground   
Latitude / Longitude43.59043646, -106.947741
Directions From Ten Sleep, the area is reached by driving 20 miles south on State Highway 434 
to Big Trails. From there turn left on the graveled Dry Farm Road and drive about 13 miles to the 
Hazelton Road. Turn right and drive about 17 miles to the campground.
Campground features five camping sites with fire rings, restroom and drinking water.
located at an elevation of 7,500 feet, is open from May through September.

Castle Gardens Scenic Area   
Latitude / Longitude 43.9544, -107.5157
Directions From Ten Sleep, take 1st (Old 10 Sleep Hwy) west 3 miles, then turn left on 2 Mile 
Hill Rd and drive south approx. 4.5 miles. Veer right on to Castle Gardens Rd and drive 
southwest 1 mile to the parking area.
Four camp sites with shade structures, tables, grills, fire rings, and a restroom are provided.
No water or garbage

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Rawlins Area

Bennett Peak Campground   
Latitude / Longitude41.27068, -106.58617   elevation is 7,200 feet
season predominately from June 1st through November 15th
Fee $10 per campsite per night
Directions From I-80, take Wyo 130 and Wyo 230 south aprox 38 miles to Riverside, take Wyo 
230 east for 4 miles.Turn left onto County Rd 660 for 12 miles on graveled road to Bennett Peak 
Rd (BLM Road 3404) and follow it 7 miles to the campground.
This is a fee site with 11 campsites, vault toilet, handpump well, Each campsite has a picnic 
table, fire ring/grill,tent pad, parking space but no pull-throughs.

Corral Creek Campground     
Latitude / Longitude41.261087, -106.573294
Directions From I-80, take Wyo 130 and Wyo 230 south approximately 38 miles to Riverside, 
then Wyo 230 east 4 miles.Turn left onto County Road 660 and go 12 miles on graveled road 
to Bennett Peak Road (BLM Road 3404) and follow it 6 miles to the campground
The campground has 6 campsites, vault toilet, Each campsite features a picnic table, fire ring 
or grill, and parking space. No pull-throughs please

Dugway Campground   
Latitude / Longitude41.86053, -107.05435
Directions From Rawlins, take I-80 east for 5 miles to the west Sinclair exit, then go north on 
County Road 351 about 7 miles to the turnoff on the right.
5 campsites (1 pull-through, 4 spurs), group site, vault toilet, day use parking, picnic tables, 
fire rings/grills, parking spur.

Encampment River Campground     
Latitude / Longitude41.182508, -106.794683
Directions From I-80, take Wyo 130 and Wyo 230 south approximately 38 miles to 
Encampment. Follow highway through town to Wyo 70. County Road 353 is left 
approximately 1/4 mile west of town. Follow it one mile south to BLM Road 3407. 
Campground is about 3/4 mile.
The campground has 8 campsites, vault toilet, Each campsite features a picnic table, fire 
ring or grill, tent pad,and parking space. No pull-throughs

Teton Reservoir Recreation Site   
Latitude / Longitude 41.60636174, -107.2595274
season is from June 1st through November 15 roads become impassable after heavy rain
Directions From Rawlins, take Wyo 71 south approximately 13 miles and turn left on BLM Road 
3418. Go about  3/4 mile and turn right into campground.
Includes 7 campsites, all of which are suitable for RV's, campers

There are no vault toilets or potable water available at this campground.

Bennett Creek Campground    
Latitude / Longitude41.270296, -106.589449
Directions From I-80, take Wyo 130 and Wyo 230 south approximately 38 miles to Riverside, 

then Wyo 230 east 4 miles. Turn left onto County Road 660 and go 12 miles on graveled road 
to Bennett Peak Road (BLM Road 3404) and follow it 7 miles to the campground
The campground has 11 campsites, vault toilet, hand pump well, Each campsite features a 

picnic table, fire ring/grill, sandy tent pad, and parking space. No pull-throughs please


 

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Pinedale Area

Large Vehicle Campground   

Latitude / Longitude42.818143, -109.562807
Directions The campground is 12 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 7 miles east on WY 

Road 353 and 7 miles north on gravel BLM road 5423.
Includes 7 campsites, all of which are suitable for RV's, campers
There are no vault toilets or potable water available at this campground.

 
 
Green River/Warren Bridge River Access Area     
Latitude / Longitude 43.020596, -110.121475
Directions This recreation area is located 20 miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming off of US 
Highway 191. 
If traveling north,slow down as you cross the Green River.
The entrance road will be on your right about 200 yards north of the bridge.

If traveling south, from Bondurant Wyoming, slow down when you first see the bridge on the 
Green River. 

The entrance road will be on your left about 200 yards before you cross the Green

A network of graveled roads connects to 12 separate riverside camp areas scattered along 
nine miles of the Green River.
Most vehicles and medium-sized RV's can safely access these riverside camp areas.

Scab Creek Recreation Area    
Latitude / Longitude 42.814816, -109.585584
Directions The campground is 12 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 7 miles east on 
WY Road 353 and 7 miles north on BLM road 5423

Two different campgrounds with a total of 20 camp sites that include fire pits and picnic tables. 
The small vehicle campground has 13 campsites, 9 of which are suitable for RVs and campers. 

The large vehicle campground includes 7 campsites, all of which are suitable for RV's, campers, 
and horse trailers.
Potable water is available at the small vehicle campground and the pack stock staging area.


New Fork Campground   
Latitude / Longitude42.60643138, -109.8555871
Directions New Fork Campground is 23 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 12 miles west 
on WY Highway 351.
There are 2 camping sites, a vault toilet, 2 picnic tables

Stokes Crossing     
Latitude / Longitude42.819213, -109.716005
Directions Stokes Crossing is 12 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 2 miles east on WY 
353 and 7 miles north on gravel road to Boulder Lake.
Look for a sign on your left for Stokes Crossing. 
The campground has two sites and has one vault toilet, two picnic tables, and two fire rings.

Boulder Lake Recreation Area  
Latitude / Longitude 42.757618, -109.731741   at 7,300 feet
Directions The North Boulder Lake Campground is located approximately 11 miles south of 
Pinedale on US 191, then 7 miles north on Burnt Lake Road


Warren Bridge Campground    
Latitude / Longitude43.01763, -110.118261  at 7,600 feet
a fee campground
Directions The campground is located 20 miles north of Pinedale on US highway 191. RV 
campers should slow down early since the access road is located immediately south of
the bridge on the Green River.
There are 16 pull-through developed campsites, 6 developed picnic sites, 3 double vault 
toilets, RV dump station, 23 tables, trash cans, fire rings, and barbecue grills
Drinking water provided at each campsite.



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Kemmerer Area

Pine Creek Camp Area    

Latitude / Longitude 42.1044, -110.8284

Directions Take Highway 232, about 8 miles east of Cokeville.

Pine Creek Camp Area is near Cokeville and has camping, OHV riding (on gravel roads)

There are 7 campsites and one vault toilet.

Fontenelle Creek Recreation Area   
Latitude / Longitude 42.07752327, -110.1531224
Directions Located approximately 10 miles south of LaBarge, Wyo., and 30 miles north of 
Kemmerer, Wyo., on the west side of Fontenelle Reservoir off Hwy 189
The site offers potable water, a trailer dump station, rest room facilities a total of 55 campsites 
with covered picnic tables and barbecue grills,

Slate Creek Campground   Latitude / Longitude41.98270675, -110.0454441
Directions Located on the west side of the Green River, four miles south of Fontenelle Reservoir, 
off Highway 372.
Free facilities for this area include designated camping sites, 2 ADA accessible vault toilets.


 
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Rock Springs Area

Blucher Creek Campground    
Latitude / Longitude42.56183813, -109.1416345
Directions From State Highway 28, turn north on to County Road 5-13/Continental Divide Road 
and continue for 15 miles.
Turn east onto BLM Road 4105/Sweetwater Gap Ranch Road for 3.3 miles, then take a left (west) 
on to BLM 4110/Blucher Creek Road for 4 miles. Turn east onto Continental Divide Snow Machine 
Trail (designated by orange diamond markers with "CD" in the center). 
Campsites are to the north for .75 miles.picnic tables, fire rings and a vault toilet.

Sweetwater Guard Station Campground     
Latitude / Longitude42.56177151, -109.0618875
Directions Off State Highway 28, turn north onto County Road 5-13/ Continental Divide Road. 
Continue for 15 miles and turn east onto BLM Road 4105/Sweetwater Gap Ranch Road  for 6 miles.
Staying left, travel down BLM Road 4112 for 2.3 miles to the campground loop road.
3 walk in campsites and an additional eight sites featuring picnic tables, fire rings at each site.



Sweetwater Bridge Campground    
Latitude / Longitude42.51925293, -109.0489047

Directions From State Highway 28, turn north on to County Road 5-13/ Continental Divide Road. 
Continue for15 miles and turn east onto BLM Road 4105/Sweetwater Gap Ranch Road for 6 miles.

Merge right to continue on BLM Road 4105 for 2 miles to the Sweetwater Bridge.





Greater Sand Dunes SRMA    

Latitude / Longitude 42.051318, -109.081355

Directions Located within the Jack Morrow Hills Planning Unit. North on US 191 from Rock Springs. 

Turn east County 4-17 for 13 miles to the JMH Boundary.

See individual site/facility descriptions for specific facility.

Includes the following recreation sites:

Killpecker Sand Dunes, Killpecker Open Play Area, Open Play Area campground, 
North Table Camp Site,Crookston Ranch, Boar's Tusk,

White Mountain Petroglyphs, Cedar Canyon Petroglyphs,
Sand Dunes WSA, and Buffalo Hump WSA.

Little Mountain Disbursed Camp   
Latitude / Longitude41.101089, -109.283261
Directions State Highway 191 south of Rock Springs 25 miles to County road 4-34 Upper Sage Creek 
Road. West six miles to BLM 4402 Little Mountain Road.South 12 miles to the
Little Mountain camping area.
 


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Buffalo Area
Outlaw Cave Campground  
Latitude / Longitude43.58902, -106.94734
Directions From Interstate 90, take exit 254 for Kaycee. Head west on Highway 191 for about 1 mile. 
Turn left onto Highway 190W for about 16 miles to Barnum. Turn left onto Bar C Road
(sign for Middle Fork Powder River Management Area). This road is an improved all-weather access 
road and travels directly through the headquarters of the Hole-in-the-Wall ranch.
Please respect private property rights and all posted signs.
Follow it for about 7.8 miles to the campground.
12 rustic camping spaces and one vault toilet. There is no water and no trash collection; please pack 
out all garbage.

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Casper Area

Chalk Bluffs Campground  
Latitude / Longitude42.67568691, -106.6236434 
Fee: $10 per night for overnight camping.
Directions From Alcova, go east 7.4 miles on Highway 220 and turn left onto County Road 316. Travel 
for 3.7 miles on County Road 316 to the turnoff on the right, then right to the area.
Chalk Bluffs has an access road and parking area, vault toilet, eleven overnight camping sites with 
tent pads, picnic tables, fire rings, RV parking, boat ramp and a parking area large enough for vehicles 
and drift boat trailers. No water is available in this campground. Campsites are first come, first served.

South Bighorn/Red Wall Backcountry Byway    
Latitude / Longitude 42.9428, -106.6134
Directions The South Bighorn/Red Wall Back Country Byway begins 13 miles northwest of Casper at 
the junction of U.S. Highway 20/26 and Natrona Country Road 125.
The byway follows the 33-mile Stock Driveway to Buffalo Creek and the Red Wall the byway follows 
the spine of the southern end of the Big Horn Mountains via County Road 109 joining County Road 
105 along the scenic Red Wall about 22 miles north of U.S. Highway 20/26 at Waltman, Wyo.
Graves Springs and Buffalo Creek campgrounds are off this byway.



Grave Springs Campground   
Latitude / Longitude43.461523, -107.227947
Directions From Arminto, take the South Bighorn/Red Wall Back Country Byway north for 13.5 miles 
on Bighorn Mountain road. Turn left and go 12 miles north to the campground on the left.

Buffalo Creek Campground

Lodgepole Campground    
Latitude / Longitude42.677378, -106.263585
Fee $7.00/night and $3.00/night for extra vehicle for camping. Access Pass and Senior Pass Holders 
receive half off camping rates.
Directions From Casper, drive south on WY Highway 251 to the top Casper Mountain, where the state 
highway ends but continues on as County Road 505. Continue for approximately 3  miles until the 
pavement ends,then continue an additional 2 miles to the intersection with Circle Drive 
(County Road 505).
Continuing straight, follow the BLM gravel road for another 4.5 more miles to Muddy Mountain EEA.
Upon entering the EEA, turn right and travel .20 miles to the campground on your left.
Lodgepole Campground provides 15 camping sites that include level tent pads and fire rings, with a few pull-through sites for large trailers/RVs. Two double-vaulted toilets are provided.Potable water is available



Buffaloberry Campground  Latitude / Longitude42.68255993, -106.6232717
Fee: $10 per night for overnight camping
Directions From Alcova, go east 7.4 miles on Highway 220 and turn left on County Road 316. Travel for 
4.2 miles to the turnoff on the right and continue to the campground.

Seminoe to Alcova Backcountry Byway
Directions To begin at the northern end (Alcova, Wyo.): Begin at junction of Wyoming Highway 220 and
Kortes Road (Natrona County 407) and drive south. Continue on County Road 407 until the Carbon 
County Line where the road becomes County Road 351.

 
Pete's Draw Campground     
Latitude / Longitude42.57946, -106.685475

Fee $10 per night for overnight camping.

Directions From Alcova, go east .6 miles on Highway 220 to County Road 412 and turn right on 
County Road 412. Travel for two miles and take a right and continue for .1 miles to the camp.

There's a parking area, vault toilet, seven overnight campsites with picnic tables, fire rings, shelters,
tent pads, and RV parking, trash receptacle, and a hardened pedestrian trail.

No water is available at this campground.

Campsites are first come, first served & receives heavy visitation in the spring and early summer 
months.
 


Rim Campground   
Latitude / Longitude42.680857, -106.25858
Fee $7.00/night and $3.00/night for 2nd vehicle. Access Pass and Senior Pass Holders receive 
half off camping rates.
Directions From Casper, drive south on WY Highway 251 to the top Casper Mountain, where the 
state highway ends but continues on as County Road 505. Continue for approximately 3 miles 
until the pavement ends, then continue an additional 2 miles to the intersection with Circle Drive 
(County Road 505).
Continuing straight, follow the BLM gravel road for another 4.5 more miles to Muddy Mountain EEA.
Upon entering the EEA, continue straight and travel .25 miles to the campground on your left.
8 camping sites that include level tent pads and fire rings, with a few pull-through sites for large 
trailers/RVs. 
One double-vaulted toilet
Potable water is not available at this campground, but is available at the nearby 
Lodgepole Campground.

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