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2 RV Parks near Lyman, Wyoming
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We have stayed here about 6 times over the last several years and always enjoy it. This is a nice, quiet RV park about 1 mile from the interstate. It is always neat, clean and well maintained. There is not a lot to do in the small towns nearby, but if you want a break from being on the road, this is a great spot; like a small oasis in the Wyoming high country desert. - bobinidaho
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Almost missed this location due to construction on I-80. It would have been our misfortune. Couldn't have asked for a nicer staff. While it is not a "corporate owned" KOA location, it has everything you need and the owners are so genuine you hate to leave. Since we make this trip nearly every year, it is now one of our annual overnight stops. - Racer and Friend
Aug 2018 - $35.00
What a find! About 60 miles West of Rock Springs, Wyoming on Interstate 80 (40 miles East of Evanston, WY), we had pretty much decided we were in for a night of boondocking and happened upon this gem in the desert. The owners and staff couldn't have been nicer nor more friendly and welcoming. While everything was grass and gravel/dirt, that part of the country is traditionally dry enough that mud is probably rarely a problem. The entire campground was nicely manicured and watered every day and, in additional to the expected KOA store, they also featured a kitchen in which they would prepare your ordered items and deliver them to your site. Not only would we stay there again, we have put them on our list of "must stop" locations. - Racer and Friend
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Huge p-t sites with grass! perfectly level. Several miles off I-80 so night was absolutely QUIET. Manager was very nice and friendly. I didn't use shower/bathroom but looked in them and they were spotless! I recommend this park and I will return. - number one
Sep 2018 - $36.00
Great park for a one night stay. I would give it about a 7.8. If you do stay two nights, plan on visiting the Fort Bridger Fort and museum. It is within walking distance of the RV park. The sites were extremely long, and there was lots of grass between sites. If it is really windy the dust kicks up from the gravel roads, but the sites are mostly grass. See pics. - Vipermanden
Aug 2018 - $52.00
Quiet campground but somewhat hard to find. Easy to miss their covered wagon sign if you come in from west. Hard right turn onto unmarked "Main St" which is gravel. Once you find the street it's easy from there. Family run by a very helpful and nice family. Large grassy sites like in olden times! Most are back-in but you can pull thru to get access for big rigs. Good hookups. Very clean rest rooms. E trembly quiet as it is a few miles from I-80. Lots of grass with some dirt spots from tire tracks that could get muddy in heavy rain. They were relatively empty but were scheduled to completely fill for weekend and the Rendevous at Ft Bridger. Very dog friendly hosts, grounds (no off leash area however, but plenty of room to walk). Would definitely stay here again. Hosts have owned for three years and are cleaning up and fixing and it shows! Very welcoming CG. - Dogshowman