Nice park with the units spread out pretty nicely for a commercial RV park. Laundry was nice. Open area with an occasional tree. Outbuildings looked pretty new. RV office is the double-wide trailer that the husband-and-wife (?) staff live in. Nice couple. Wi-Fi signal was strong – but the speed was barely usable (both at 9 PM and 8 AM). Campers are a mixture of permanents (working on the oil rigs in the area) and overnighters like ourselves. AT&T cell service was ‘off network’ with an Edge data connection – didn’t use it because the park offered Wi-Fi. Rate is for dry camping - no hookups. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice views of mountains but long term residents have the better sites. Only one washing machine out of two working. Their Wi-Fi was very slow. No over-the-air TV but good satellite reception--no trees. Good overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small but nice and clean. Owner is super nice. Trash cans at every site. This park is right off Hwy 191. Mile marker 87. We had a pull thru with hookups on either side ( 4 ). You could pull thru from either direction. Laundry was nice and clean. The only downer was the WiFi ( very slow ). Rate is based on weekly rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much else to say that other reviews have not. This was a nice jumping off point for attending Green River Rendezvous in Pinedale - just a short 10 minute drive away. Sites were spacious. Park was quiet. Showers and bathrooms were clean. Host was very nice. Wind River Mountains were pretty in the background. Would stay here again if in area. Only minor thing is we needed to get 50 amp adapter since that was all it took (its our first big trip in our new trailer). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were on our way to a campground in Pinedale when we passed this campground. We looked at the crowded RV park in town and booked at Highline for a few days. It looked like an oasis surrounded by mountains in the sagebrush; there are llamas in the field around the park. There were no mosquitoes as another review warned (they had recently sprayed.) What a great view. We enjoyed super sunsets. Our travel trailer was lost in the very large pull through sites. The grassy area was great for playing ball and frisbee. We met a really nice grounds keeper who turned out to be the owner. What a nice guy. Pinedale is awesome. There's National Forests, visitor center, great indoor water park, beer brewery, and library. Shhhh...don't tell anyone because we want to go back next summer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I wouldn't want to pay $30 for Nowhere, WY but this nice park was worth it for an overnight. Mostly great long, level, pull through, private sites with grass and views. Verizon cell and air card worked fine; park's WiFi is weak. No cable therefore no TV at all. Good pit stop before going to Jackson. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well maintained, EXTREMELY spacious park with lots of well tended lawn. They do not park rigs next to each other and even if they did, you'd have lots of room. Pull throughs are easy in/out, and it is dog friendly. There is NO wi-fi, and NO cable - but Verizon comes in well, and we used our Verizon air card with great success. There are contract workers here, but their sites well spaced out and very well kept. The person that checked us in was friendly and gave us a map of the area. This is not a resort, but it is great for the night or even for a longer term stay due to spaciousness. 'Town' is 11 miles away with all amenities. There are firepits at all sites. We gave it an 8 due to lack of wi-fi and cable; otherwise this park is everything it needs to be - and more if you're traveling and want space and quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very spacious sites and park overall is roomy as well. This park is extremely well maintained and run with a park like, quiet atmosphere. Street noise was minimal and you have views of the Wind River Range. The bathroom and shower use is included in the price (charges only apply to non park guests who may be camping in the wilderness). They were very clean. My only suggestion as a woman would be to add a key code lock but I felt very safe nonetheless. The hosts were very friendly and went out of their way to give us insider fly fishing spots to try and my husband pulled out 30+ fish in about 2 hours. It is only about 10 minutes from Pinedale and very conveniently located. It is clearly the preferred site over the other 2 in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Really long pull through sites (although some back-in). I did not have reservations and was lucky to get a site due to fact that most sites have extended stay residents because to natural gas drilling activity in the area. Pull through sites have utilities on both sides. This resulted in some doubling up by the extended stay residents. Sites are quite wide so doesn't really seem that bad. Wind River View park looks the same but sites seem narrower. Definitely need reservations if staying in area. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, very room sites. We had a back-in with a fabulous view of the mountains and a llama pasture. Several worker, permanent people, but it was clean and very spacious. Great overnighter on the way to Grand Tetons. Would stay here again. Verizon air card worked. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a nice find this was! Owner was very friendly and appreciative. Site was HUGE! There are staggered sites so you feel like you are alone. No amenities other than bath/showers, but very quiet and peaceful. Good cell signals. We will stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly folks, mountain vistas, and extremely large, level sites made this a nice overnight stop for us on our way north to Grand Teton NP. Restrooms and showers were very clean. The on-site laundry needed maintenance as some of the machines were not working. There is no Wi-Fi. Many sites were occupied long-term by construction workers, but a lot of transient sites were available. The park is very remote; the nearest stores and services are up the road in Pinedale. It is convenient for an overnight stop, and we would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
No discounts on various RV cards, this park's sites are very large and level and easy to access. Driving northbound, the park is on the right, but there are no signs indicating that you are getting close. You can see the campers from a distance so start slowing down to make your turn. Good overnight stop, pretty much in the middle of nowhere. Did have good ATT and Verizon service. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park seemed fairly new and the Wi-Fi was in the works. The registration office was inside a trailer house which appeared to be the owner's home. I checked in at the kitchen counter, which was kind of strange. The sites were very large and the views of the mountains were nice. There were many long-term guests who were doing construction in the area. It was an ok experience, but not sure I would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We overnighted here on our way through Wyoming. Its in a fairly desolate-seeming part of the state, but it's very clean, has friendly staff, and HUGE sites. All gravel but very wide, and the longest I've seen in our year of travel. No need to unhook the toad if you don't want to. No playground or anything for kids, but it's a great overnight spot. I would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Camp site for the money, we were on our way to Yellowstone so it was a great place to stop on the way. Bathrooms clean and host was great. A few long time residents but half was reserved for campers like us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great overnight campground. Located between Rock Springs and Jackson Hole in Boulder Co. Just past mile marker 87 on Hwy 191. Large level gravel sites. Most are pull thrus. Nice people. Full hook-ups-- what more can you ask for an overnight? Much nicer than some we passed on I-80. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Highline RV Park in Boulder WY is a nice park. The sites are well spaced, wide and long would be no problem for big rigs. The one we had was very close to level. Grass between pads, with tables and fire rings at each site. There are a number of long-term residents and it shows with plywood skirting and temporary sheds. The Pinedale/Boulder area is experiencing a very high demand for places to park trailers and every RV park has long term residents. Check in was efficient and friendly. Pads are gravel and the roads dirt. Traffic flow excellent. There are very few trees and the park fairly exposed to the wind. Turn off into the park not extremely well marked for a 65 mph road. Restrooms and Laundry new. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First off, Boulder is hardly a town but it is only about 10 miles from Pinedale which has a few services. The rate reflects Coast to Coast membership. The views of snow still in the mountains is incredible in July. The opposite direction overlooks a winding river and quiet little ranch. Many of the sites have picnic tables but they are unusable due to really tall weeds. This was our biggest disappointment. We did not expect a beautiful lawn, but they could have knocked down the weeds at each site. My husband could not wait to get out after dark to view the stars as there is no light pollution here. He was not out very long before I heard him yell and come barreling in the door. It seems a coyote was just a little curious as to what he was doing out there. Scared the daylights out of my poor husband. This is still the wild west, you know. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our 3rd time here and probably won't be our last. It is a no frills CG which suits us perfectly, quiet,not crowded, and in a beautiful area. The drive into the Wind River Range and around Lake Freemont from Pinedale is fantastic as is the Mountain Man Museum in Pinedale. A very nice young couple now run the park and they are extremely nice and helpful. Many C2C and RPI parks close out anyone but members on holidays. We have stayed here over July 4th and Memorial day with no problem. We will definitely stay here again. Fee reflects RPI rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects AOR rate per night. We were very disappointed in this park. Dry, rocky dirt and lots of wind. There is not much to make one want to stay. It's too windy to fish, sit outside or put out the awning. We planned to stay 10 days but stayed 2 days and decided to move on. The camp hosts were wonderful accommodating, friendly people. The showers and restrooms were clean, but there is a lack of hot water. The laundry facility was nice. Groceries were seven miles away in Pinedale but not a problem. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We moved to this park from Highline only so we could get internet and Verizon service - the wifi was good and solid and phone reception was good. The park is nice enough, very friendly park host, bathrooms clean but no hot water in the shower (lukewarm). Dog friendly - there were a couple dogs running around but we didn't have problems with them. Overall a decent park, nothing fancy and nothing really wrong, we stayed a few days. There's a neighbor that does dog boarding and sells farm fresh eggs. We'd stay here again for a reasonable priced park w/ wifi outside of Jackson. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wide open spaces, with afternoon winds. Regular rate is $32 (we stayed at AOR rate.) Lots of washers & dryers for low cost. Good wi-fi. Nearest town with services is Pinedale - 7 miles north. OK base to explore area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good overnight stop on our way to Yellowstone National Park. We had a pull through site and did not even unhook from the truck. Nice showers, but only 1 shower for men and 1 for women. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Back in sites, but adequate. No 50 amp service for short term visitors. We were on back row which gave us a view of the storage area, not attractive. Osprey nest was fun to watch and the town of Pinedale, about 10 miles north had good shopping. Price reflects C2C membership. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great scenery and presence of ospreys and deer made this campground special. Very friendly and competent hosts made our visit a special one. Would return again to spend more time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from the highway. Road into park is fair. The laundry room is nice with a small recreation room. No other extras. The 50 amp spots are only for long term. Most spots are back in. This is a very basic park, but great fishing in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As noted earlier, this campground has been around a while. however, they are obviously taking steps to bring it up to speed with what appear to be all new hookups (electric, water, sewer) and a new bathhouse/bathroom. The managers said they were having the roads graded this week. (This is their first year and they are very pleasant and helpful). Certainly adequate for an overnight with improvements on the horizon. Beautiful views of the Wind River Range and the river. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very basic park in the middle of a very sparsely populated part of WY. Power was 30 amp only , and it was weak at times. Back in spots where you shared the power pole with 4 other rigs. The laundry room was very nice and clean and the water was the best we have had at any park all summer. The fishing is wonderful in this part of the state and we enjoyed the area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is in a beautiful location. The manager is friendly and helpful. However, the park has been allowed to run down and is beginning to look bad. About 90% of the spaces are occupied by permanent residents and it is beginning to look like a trailer house park not an RV park. Most of the permanents stay all winter long so they have underpinning and insulation that certainly doesn't help the looks. We stayed here as Coast-To-Coast members. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.