When it comes to Wyoming, you will want to take in as much of nature as possible and there’s no better way of doing this than immersing yourself into its stronghold 24/7. Camping offers a unique experience with the ways of the wild. Check out these 15 amazing camping spots in Wyoming to gain a whole new appreciation for nature and a simpler way of life.
1. Canyon Campground
Canyon Campground is nestled among the trees and located within a mile of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It's located at N. Rim Drive in Yellowstone National Park and has over 270 individual sites.
2. Horse Creek Campground
This is the view from the Horse Creek Campground which is located in northwest Wyoming within the Shoshone National Forest on Horse Creek Road near Dubois. The campground is comprised of nine sites. This is bear country so be sure to practice safe food storage while camping here.
3. Devils Tower KOA Kamping Kabin
If you're not into roughing it then the Devils Tower KOA Kamping Kabin is a great option.
4. Rex Hale Campground
Rex Hale Campground is located along the North Fork of the Shoshone River off of N. Fork Highway in Cody. This is considered a smaller campground with 30 spacious sites along the river.
5. Firehole Canyon Campground
Firehole Canyon Campground is located right at the Flaming Gorge Reservoir in McKinnon, Wyoming. The campground lies in a high desert area scattered with Russian olive trees and sagebrush.
6. Island Lake Campground
The Island Lake Campground is a high mountain lake campground located in the Shoshone National Forest in Cody. This smaller campground offers 21 beautiful sites.
7. Beartooth Lake Campground
Beartooth Lake Campground is located in the Shoshone National Forest in Cody. This is an absolutely gorgeous smaller campsite with 21 sites.
8. Two Moon Campground
Two Moon Campground is located in Glendo State Park on a bluff overlooking the lake. With around 200 sites, the campground is made up of a lot of shade trees.
9. Grant Village Campground
Grant Village Campground is located in a pine forest on the southwest shore of Yellowstone Lake. There are over 400 sites at this popular campground.
10. Madison Campground
Madison Campground is one of the largest campgrounds in Yellowstone National Park. It's located at the confluence of the Gibbon and Firehole Rivers which form the Madison River. Be sure to try some fly fishing since it offers some of the best in the area.
11. Lizard Creek Campground
Lizard Creek Campground is located among a spruce and fir forest in Grand Teton National Park in Moran. This is a less populated and developed campground.
12. Hunter Peak Campground
Hunter Peak Campground is located in Shoshone National Forest along the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway and among the banks of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River. The less populated campground has 10 sites.
13. East Table Creek Campground
East Table Creek Campground is located in Bridger Teton National Forest in Jackson. The campsite runs along the shores of the Snake River.
14. Gros Ventre Campground
This is the view from the Gros Ventre Campground which lies along the Gros Ventre River. The campground is rather large with its more than 300 sites.
15. Norris Campground
Norris Campground is located in Yellowstone National Park near the Norris Geyser Basin and Gibbon River. The campground is shaded by trees but there is also an open meadow just beyond the tree line where wildlife, especially bison, are spotted. The campground offers more than 100 sites.