What is a trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone country without camping? The Big Horn National Forest and The Sweet 16 offer camping opportunities all along your trip. You can find just the right spot for your tent, RV, or trailer just off the beaten path, or miles off the highway in the Cloud Peak Wilderness. Alpine lakes and streams offer great fishing, and lodges offer cabins if you really don’t want to rough it.
Doyle Creek Campground
The campground is a large single loop. One side overlooks Doyle Creek and a meadow while the other sides are in a dense stand of Lodge pole pines. This is a rustic campground far from busy US Rt. 16. The resident squirrels provide most of the sounds in this peaceful location. N44 04.368 W106 59.015
Open June 5 through September 2
Lost Cabin Campground
Reservations are taken only for long term stay up to 30 days.
Call the Ranger District Office for information.
The campground meanders up a hillside among a thick grove of Lodgepole pines and is convenient to US Hwy 16. There are nicelong parking aprons that can accommodate almost any size RV. N44 08.720 W106 57.024 – 8,150 ft
Open June 5 through September 2
Lake View Campground
The campground is located on the northern shore of Meadowlark Lake. Lodgepole and Douglas fir provide shade and some sites have a view of the lake. There are gas, boat rentals and a restaurant at the Meadowlark Lake Resort. N44 10.609 W107 12.843 – 8,579 ft
Open June 5 through September 23
Sitting Bull Campground
The campground is located in the treeline edge of an expansive mountain meadow. The nearby Meadowlark Lake offers boating and fishing opportunities. The campground is composed of a spur along the meadow’s edge and a loop nestled back in a thick stand of Lodgepole pines. Each site has a lantern post. This is an attractive campground that will accommodate almost any size RV. Wildlife viewing is likely from this campground. N44 11.468 W107 12.718 – 8,650 ft
Loop A: Open May 29 through September 23
Loop B: Open June 12 through September 2
Lake Point Picnic Grounds
Located in Lakeview recreation Area on the northeast side of Meadowlark Lake. 13 single family picnic sites, drinking water, fireplaces – uncut wood available, tables, toilets, no trailer dump. N44 10.515 W107 13.868 – 8,469 ft
Open June through September
The Middle Fork of the Powder River Campground
Attracting hundreds of anglers yearning to fish the clear waters of this blue-ribbon trout stream. Flowing through the rolling hills of the southern Bighorn Mountains, this river is home to a small BLM-administered campground nestled on its bank.
You can get there from Ten Sleep by driving 20 miles south on WY Highway 434 to Big Trails, turn east onto the Dry Farm Road and continue on this road 10 miles to the Hazelton Road. Continue driving south on the Hazelton Road 10 miles to the campground located on the east side of the road. From Buffalo drive 23 miles west on U.S. Highway 16 to the Hazelton Road turnoff and continue on this road 40 miles to the campground. From Casper, drive west 50 miles on U.S. Highway 20/26, and turn north at Waltman. Follow the Thirty-Three Mile Stock Drive 42 miles to the campground.
Deer Haven Lodge
Deer Haven Lodge sits on the beautiful Ten Sleep stream in the Bighorn Mountains, and is very close to the very popular West Ten Sleep trailhead. Wildlife around Deer Haven is fantastic… moose & deer walk around the cabins consistently. Fishing, hiking, photography or just relaxation await at Deer Haven Lodge. During winter months, snowmobiling is popular at Deer Haven Lodge! There are 450 miles of groomed trails in the Big Horns. N44 10.020 W107 14.913