Updated: Apr 11
Experience the true spirit of the 'wild west' by planning a trip to Wyoming this season. Stay at one of these amazing RV parks in the state.
Wyoming is where the Wild West comes alive. It is one of the most sparsely populated states in the country, yet quite popular for tourism. With rugged landscapes, famous national parks, stunning mountainscapes, expansive ranches, rich tribal legends, and wilderness roaming about, it is no wonder that Wyoming’s sights are some to behold.
That is why you should not be surprised to find out that Wyoming has some of the best RV camping spots in the United States. Campers from all over the country and world come to see the wonders of the state’s famous national park, waterfalls, rock formations, historic prairie towns, and its capital. With so many things to see and a great collection of RV parks, it may get confusing to pick the right RV campground. That is why we have put together a list of the top five RV campgrounds in Wyoming that will cover the best amenities, vehicle facilities, and nearby attractions for you!
This RV park prides itself on its true Western hospitality, and rightly so. Indian Campground is a quiet and well-maintained park located right off both I-90 and I-25, so RV campers will have easy access to drive over. With big rig-friendly sites, shaded trees, and a heated pool, campers will be spoilt here. The best part is that the campground is also close to some of the state’s best attractions, like the Bighorn National Forest and Canyon National Recreation Area, and the historic Bozeman Trail for avid adventurers. It is also a convenient stopover on the way to Mount Rushmore, so you already know you will be checking off several iconic monuments during your stay here.
Daily = $49.50 - $59.50
Satelite friendly, shaded sites
75 foot pull-thrus
Easy access to highways
Walking distance to restaurants
Located between the popular town of Jackson and charming Teton Village, this RV campground is at the heart of it all. It is 8 minutes away from the Grand Teton National Park, 7 minutes from Jackson Hole, and just 5 minutes from the Teton Village. Tourists will have a grand time enjoying Jackson Hole’s rustic vibe, boardwalks, quaint stores, and galleries. The National Museum of Wildlife Art and the National Elk Refuge are great attractions too. Of course, just a short drive away is also the Grand Targhee Ski Resort offering the best skiing in the country. Sportsmen and skiers drive traffic here summer through winter, so make sure to pack your ski gear too. Fireside Resort offers RV rentals too, so rest assured campers can choose their ideal mobile home if need be.
Daily = $135
Water, sewer, electric
30 & 50 amps electric hookups
Pull-through and back-in sites
Dump station (mid-May to mid-October)
Coin-operated laundry facilities
The signature trademark of Wyoming is Yellowstone, and this RV park delivers the hype. Fishing Bridge campground is located near the mouth of the Yellowstone River, right where it leaves Yellowstone Lake. Tourists can be prepared to be blown away by the beauty and wilderness of the park as you witness geothermal wonders in hot springs, geysers, bubbling mud pots, and low falls. As for the campground, it has over 170 RV sites that are large and big rig friendly. Apart from full hookups, there is also a service station nearby for refilling propane. Just like facilities, Fishing Bridge campground delivers attractions as well. Campers should be sure to visit Fishing Bridge Visitor Center and Museum, before enjoying a nice barbeque at their campsite.
Daily = $20-$40
electricity, water, and sewer
50 amp or 30 amp
Gravel and paved sites
RV dump station
Brace yourself for some wildlife and beauty galore! Deer Haven is located in Saratoga, right in view of the North Platte River and the Rocky Mountains, and flanked by the Sierra Madre and Snowy Range Mountains - so you already know views for coffee time outside your RV will be picture perfect. The area features a beautiful mineral hot springs pool and abundant fishing activity. Tourists will also enjoy year-round local activities, like the Woodchopper’s Jamboree and Rodeo, and the Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering.
Daily = $45-$60
Weekly = $308-$446
Electric, water, sewer
River front RV sites
Spacious & shaded sites
Picnic area and fire pit
Propane fire ring rentals
This RV campground is nestled in the northeast corner of Wyoming. It is also near Sundance and only a short drive from Black Hills. Its hidden location and the surrounding area give it a serene ambiance that is perfect for an unwinding getaway. Campers can relax in the campground heating pool and enjoy the game room and snack bar. Of course, if you are a tourist in the state, you cannot miss the park's namesake. The Devil’s Tower National Monument is just a short drive away from the RV park, the Crook County Museum, the Crazy Horse Monument, and Mount Rushmore National Monument.
Daily = $45-$72
30 / 50 amp
Heated swimming pool
Renovated, air conditioned bathrooms
Billiards & ping pong table
Hit the Road!
Here we are with the best of Wyoming’s RV campgrounds! The state is a wonderland of nature, wilderness, historic monuments, and views. The views are so stunning, touring the sights on anything than an RV shouldn’t be legal! So gear up your RV, choose your campground from this list, and head to Wyoming!