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5 RV Parks near Glendo, Wyoming
Sep 2018 - $37.00
Overall this park is not fancy but a nice place t0 stay if you do not need cable TV or WiFi. The driveways are smooth gravel and wide. The sites are fairly spacious and we had no problem getting level. The utilities work well and are located about half way. - 2WArvers
Jul 2018 - $34.00
Convenient and level sites; very well maintained. The park looks new, but it's been open a number of years. It's very quiet with plenty of parking - even if you bring your water toys/boat for the Glendo Reservoir. Yes this is all gravel, but it's not dusty (reddish river washed gravel I believe they said) and it's quiet. The bathrooms are private, which is nice. The showers are clean, although we didn't use them (uses tokens - not sure how that works). No OTA tv, but AT&T worked great. There's a little bar attached to the office that serves pizza, we didn't try it though. Would stay here again. - Rjjjbrown
Jul 2018 - $38.00
Previous reviews are accurate. However the description as a large parking lot may mislead. The gravel appears to be washed river gravel so there is no dust. That is an advantage in this windy country. Even though we only stayed only one night, we enjoyed this park. Great views of wide open Wyoming. All utilities worked well. - mroswell
Aug 2017 - $17.00
This is a nice state park with some beautiful countryside. There are a number of campgrounds. I believe there are over 500 campsites total. Many of the campsites have shade and a good amount of space in-between sites. Others not so much. Most of the campsites do not have hook-ups. I'm guessing that less than 20% of the sites have an electrical hook-up but no water. A few fresh water points are scattered around and there is fresh water at the one dump station the park has. There are no shower facilities. There are vault toilets in all of the campgrounds. The park is big. The reservoir is beautiful and many boaters enjoy it. There are lots of nice mountain bike trails. Cell phone coverage was spotty for me (T-Mobile). I got a weak signal in the lower areas through Union Telephone. It was much better around higher ground. Service seemed better overall from Verizon. I was able to receive a PBS station OTA. - Lance 47
Jun 2016 - $18.00
I didn't have a reservation but the attendant told me there were several open spaces available for my size rig at two of the park campgrounds. Told me to pick one and register at the pay station. I located a nice dry camp site up on high ground overlooking the lake at Two Moon away from the beach and boat crowd. Lots of pine trees for shade and wind protection, fresh air and amazingly quiet (not even a generator was running). Located on a bluff overlooking the lake with no access to the shoreline by foot. Good thing. Otherwise the hordes would be trampling about disturbing the peace. Most sites are leveled with paved roads through the area. lake very refreshing after a day of hiking and biking. - Norrin Radd
Jul 2015 - $22.00
Some of the sites have electricity. Most don't. Very nice place to camp. There's a bike course for the kids and playground equipment. The lake is beautiful to look at from the heights. - rayp
May 2018 - $32.00
This is a very large park with multiple campgrounds. We stayed at Sandy Point and had both electric and water. Our site was a somewhat unlevel back in with a dirt and scattered gravel surface. We had a nice view of the lake out of our back window. The campground was mostly empty so it felt spacious though if there had been units in every site it would have been close. The electric and water were well placed and worked very well. There are dumpsters scattered throughout the park. There was no OTA television. Verizon service was adequate but there was no AT&T. The children's play area looked as if it had been recently remodeled. The coal trains go by frequently but it is mostly a rumble as only a few sounded their horn. We took the dogs on multiple walks on trails around the historic CCC buildings. They are allowed almost everywhere in the park but not on the beach area by the lake. The price quoted included the $7 a day Wyoming Park fee. We were stay here again if we were in the area. - bbmidwife
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Originally had a no hookup site in Sandy Cove, called and changed the reservation to a W/E site at Sandy Beach. Process was very easy, simply asked if there had been cancellations, and the reservation agent was able to confirm there were, and moved me. Took maybe 5 minutes total. The campground itself was fine, a mixture of sites with trees along the lakeshore, and more open sites. I had one of the open sites. It was level and easy to access, though with no trees around, it did get a bit warm. Having electric was welcome, in that I could use the A/C. Dump station with water available at the entrance to the park. There's a lot to see in this State Park. It's very large and there are 13 CGs all around the lake. Some will accommodate only a few campers, others are larger. Lots of beautiful views of the lake, take the time to explore around it. Museum is nice, gives some good history of the area. Not far from the town of Guernsey, and the Oregon Trail Ruts. Also convenient to Fort Laramie NHP, which was fascinating and informative. Only problem is the CG we were in was very close to the railroad and trains that run through the area. Constantly. Coal trains running 24/7 on a regular basis. Major rail yard just outside of Guernsey on the east side, trains heading down to the power plant in Wheatland to deliver coal. One can hear the rumble of the trains all day and night. Fortunately there were no railroad crossings, so they were not blowing horns. If one can adjust to this rumble, it's a nice place to stay. Not the best state park I've visited but certainly nice enough for a weekend. And of you're in to water sports, the lake can certainly accommodate that, with more than a few boat launch areas. Countywide fire ban in place, so no campfires allowed. Rangers patrolled the area regularly and took care of those folks who disregarded the fire ban notice IN BIG LETTERS! - ThomInColorado
Jun 2017 - $22.00
Our site was near the train tracks which concerned me at first; but it ended up as being a very minor nuisance. The camp ground is great! The state park is huge! It was a little dirty - I had to clean up our site when we arrived; but nothing terrible. - Wandering With Us
Sep 2017 - $32.00
This park is North of Wheatland and 5 miles east on US 26. Easy to find. Interior roads are gravel. Sites are gravel. Sites are bare bones. There is water, good electricity, and sewer - but some of the sewer outlets are raised about 12 inches from the ground. If you squint you can see a peak to the southwest. Otherwise this is a wind whipped barren hilltop. There is nothing here except a place to plug in on your way maybe to or from the Black Hills. Owner works elsewhere and will stop by after work to pick up $. No reservations necessary. - okdiver
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Convenient place to stop when we were returning to Denver. Not far off of I-25 on the road to Guernsey. Mostly semi-permanent residents (10 of 14 available spots looked like they had trailers that had been there for some time). Friendly owner. Sites were gravel and mostly level. Nothing fancy, but filled the need for a convenient, reasonably priced park. - LatLongJohn
May 2017 - $25.00
Nice place, full hookups at low price, nice people. - tcburns
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Larson Park is attached to the Guernsey golf course. There are 15 sites. 30/50 power on the power pedestals. Please note there is NO RV dump available. Closest one is the Wyoming Visitor Center at I-25 or within Guernsey State Park.
The entrance to one of the Oregon Trail historic sites in nearly across the road and would be hikeable.
All sites are back-ins. With relatively close spacing that might be challenging for rigs over 30ft, making the backing turn to get in.
Seems to get light to moderate use. - Gary Camp-Inn
Jul 2014 - $20.00
The person at the registration was very friendly and helpful in pointing out local attractions. She then told us that if the RV parked next to our assigned site was using the 50 amp plug on the shared post she could lend us an adapter for the 30 amp. We lucked out that the 50 amp was available because the temps were to be in the high 90’s and we wanted to be able to run both of our ACs. We discovered after our first day that there are no dump facilities at this campground. I guess that I should have read the older reviews about that. Naturally, their website makes no mention. There are no pull through sites so, if you’re looking to use this as an overnight stopover you’ll have to back in and unhitch because the sites are just big enough to get our 40’ motor home in. The scenery and proximity to Register Cliff are nice extras. Did not use the restrooms and we had very good Verizon reception. Apparently, they don’t enforce the pets on leash rule as there were several dogs running loose the three days we spent here. - Lil' Red Rooster
Jun 2012 - $20.00
Great RV park off of the beaten path. This was our very first experience with a motorhome, and staying in an RV park. The people that we dealt with were very helpful, and courteous to make sure our stay was enjoyable. This Trail Ruts Golf Course and Larson Park Campground sit down very close to the Platte River and have several areas to ride bikes to see the historic Trail Ruts for the wagon trains that traveled the Oregon Trail many years ago. - donindenver