Maximum occupancy per site: 10 people (can be exceeded with immediate family members) and 2 vehicles, however, a vehicle permit fee must be paid for a second vehicle.
- Check-in time: 3 p.m. Check-out time: 11 a.m.
- Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Possession of alcoholic beverages in excess of 2 gallons is prohibited. No glass containers are allowed outside of vehicles or camping units.
- Generator use: Restricted during quiet hours.
- Campfires: Allowed only in provided campfire pit or ring at the site, following local restrictions.
- Drone use: Allowed in designated areas. Contact the park directly for more details.
120 Boysen Drive, Shoshoni, WY 82649
Situated at the mouth of Wind River Canyon, Boysen State Park is a scenic and underrated state park with an abundance of fishing, boating, hiking, and wildlife viewing opportunities. With 192 campsites in a dozen campgrounds along the shore, there is plenty of space to spread out and enjoy water activities, take a dip, or simply relax on the sandy beach. Tough Creek Campground is a standout for its location on a spit of land extending into the river, providing riverfront camping and panoramic views. Sites are a mix of partial hookups and dry camping. Campground facilities include marinas, convenience stores, and a dump station.
4192 North Fork Highway, Cody, WY 82414
This stunning state park is located east of Yellowstone and just outside the town of Cody, on the shores of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. With dramatic landscapes rivaling its national park neighbors, Buffalo Bill is an ideal base for touring the state. The North Fork campground is smaller and quieter, located on the river, while the North Shore campground has more than 60 sites directly on the reservoir. Some sites have electric and water hookups, and central water and a dump station are available. Whether you’re into fishing or boating, hiking the Absaroka Mountains, or simply relaxing and taking in the views, Buffalo Bill State Park delivers.
3079 Sinks Canyon Road, Lander, WY 82520
The main draw for this state park is the natural phenomenon of Sinks Canyon, where the Popo Agie River disappears into a canyon and re-emerges a quarter-mile downriver at the Rise. And there is much more to enjoy in the park, from walking along the river and taking in scenic views to hiking and rock climbing in the surrounding canyons and the nearby Wind River Range mountains. Just a few miles up the road is Middle Forks Falls, a 3-mile hike to stunning waterfalls and cascades. The campground is small by Wyoming standards, with under 30 primitive sites. Still, Sinks Canyon is known for being an unexpected gem that’s well run, clean, and staffed by friendly rangers.
Wyoming state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
- Boysen State Park
- Buffalo Bill State Park
- Curt Gowdy State Park
- Glendo State Park
- Guernsey State Park
- Keyhole State Park
- Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site
- Seminoe State Park
- Sinks Canyon State Park