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3 RV Parks near Afton, Wyoming
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Afton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Afton in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Stayed here for the Star Valley Quilt Trail. Owners were very nice and helpful. WiFi was great. I was having trouble with my water so used their shower (located in the restroom, a little strange but OK) very clean with good water pressure!! - sallenRV
Aug 2016 - $34.00
We spent one night in this little park. Appearance is a bit shabby, and there are lots of seasonals/fulltimers, many of whom appear to be in the area for work. Owners are friendly and helpful, however, and the site was reasonably level, utilities worked fine, and the campground's location, back in a little canyon, kept the road noise to a minimum. Very quiet at night. Good for an overnighter; there's not much competition in Star Valley. - PokyRVer
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Quiet, small park just far enough off US 89 to mute most of the road noise at night. Owners are very friendly & dog friendly, the sites are level but back-in only. This is an older park but it is the best option for exploring Star Valley WY area since the other RV parks in the area are directly on US 89 and really are nothing more than parking lots. - cfmelville
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Stayed July 2018 for three nights in 27 foot long trailer. The sites were incredibly tight. Two rv's are in each site lined up. Then the rv's in the site next to yours are so close the slides almost touch. So you have four rv's in the space normally provided for two. The garbage collection is non- existent. There are two dumpsters at the entrance that are locked. You have to get the key during office hours to unlock the dumpsters to dump your trash. The first night our neighbors started a noisy party about 10:30 pm. It was still going on after midnight. I looked in the materials given at check in to see if there was a night phone number but found nothing. The next morning I spoke with the front office and reported the incident. I asked if there was a security person who monitored the park. Apparently this service doesn't exist. The office personnel didn't seem concerned about the noise or disturbance. The park is mostly filled with owner occupied park model homes. Many of them are for sale by owner or through the local RE office. To use the wifi you have to go to the clubhouse/library/party barn. Only got reception in a small area there. The floor in the giant room where concerts, dinners, parties are held looked like it had not been swept or mopped in months. I expected to feel the beauty of Wyoming at this park. Instead it was tight, crowded and a disappointment. I would not recommend this rv park to anyone. - Lois Tipton
Jul 2018 - $16.00
This is an owner type park so comments will reflect that. There are a few, maybe a dozen plus sites available for overnight customers. Rates are in the $40's I think. There's a golf course across road and pickle ball in the park. Fishing is reportedly pretty good in the valley. The internal roads are "paved" but in mediocre shape. A lot of vegetation in lots with some overgrowth. Lots are on a slant and vary from 35 to 45 ft across and about 65 ft long but seem to be measured from corner to opposite corner. So this is a destination type park and monthly rental rates are very reasonable. I would stay here again long term but would not bother for an overnighter. WIFI is almost non-existent except for a couple of sites. - wow
Jul 2018 - $40.00
If your looking for an RV park between Afton and Alpine Junction, do yourself a favor and skip this one. It is NOT an RV park that caters to anyone but the folks that own their own lots. The attendant admitted as much to us as we were setting up.
The first site we were on had a problem at electric pedestal; breakers tripping everywhere inside coach. Next site OK electrically. The sites are horribly out of level. Be prepared with blocks to supplement your jacking system. We never did get quite level, but adequate for a 3-night stay.
The sites are configured very poorly. Two units per site. It you're a pull-thru, you pull in one way so you can pull out when you're ready to leave. If you're OK backing out when it's time to go, you pull in the opposite direction. And the sites are jammed together. Our slide out was almost touching our neighbor next door.
It was a busy weekend when we stayed, a big group of family campers next to us, very noisy, due to the close proximity of the sites. If you want grass, take a walk to the big field by the pickle ball courts, as the sites are all gravel and dirt.
There's a lot of tree cover, so whether you can use your satellite tv dish is iffy at best. We were not able to get satellite reception on either site they put us on. And there's no cable TV. You might get clear reception on 3 or 4 TV channels using your batwing.
Wifi bandwidth is sporadic, typical of many RV parks. Better use it early AM or very late at night. And if they catch you (don't know how they monitor or determine) using more than 1GB per 24 hours, they shut you off for 24 hours.
Garbage service is totally unacceptable. You must drag your trash to a locked dumpster near the front gate and get key from gate attendant, so don't plan on disposing of your trash other than the hours the check-in folks are on duty to get you a key. Mail service is confusing; one location for mail, another for UPS.
Lone bright spot: nice enough pool with very clean shower facilities. - Bruins_in_the_Bus
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Nice park, nice people, nice jumping off point. we stayed here 3 nights and liked it so much we stayed 2 more nights. - tONY1952
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Nice clean RV park. Level site with gravel. Full hookups with 50 amp. About half of the sites are pull through. Handy restaurant on site. Good WIFI but no cable. Right on the highway so a little road noise. Scenic valley. - ZackM
May 2017 - $40.00
We only stayed here overnight between Salt Lake City and Grand Teton/Yellowstone. We stayed in a pull-through which was plenty long and wide for us, and mostly level. All the sites are in a big gravel lot with some fence posts separating them. Utilities worked fine, and WiFi was decent if not fast. $40 seemed a bit high for such a basic, "middle of nowhere" RV park with few amenities. We walked our dog around the RV park and motel, but didn't find anyplace else good for walks as all the adjacent roads were fairly busy, and the RV park borders active farms where I assume the farm owners don't want us trespassing. Not much else to say... fine (but expensive) for an overnight, probably wouldn't stay longer. - LifeRebooted