2 Parks near Boulder, Wyoming
May 2016 - $31.00
A nice surprise in the small town of Boulder Wyoming with population of 100. Very clean park with lots of space between sites and large pull through sites. We are 62' and we had room to spare. Large easy streets to negotiate. Level gravel sites separated by grass. The middle of the park is a large grassy area. Good AT&T signal and good utilities. Wifi was also decent. Camp host was friendly and let us have our pick of sites. I would have liked to stay longer and explore the local mountains and lakes. I would definitely stay here again. - Jasdip
Sep 2015 - $33.00
This is a large, open RV park. The interior roads are easily navigable by any size rig, if you are careful to avoid the potholes. Sites are long and level and the time of year we visited we had the entire site to ourselves. There is nice spacing between the sites with some trees. WII FI was not usable. Not their fault, but windy, windy so be prepared! Overall the best bet in this part of the state. - Free
Sep 2015 - $28.00
The check in was great, the camp host was helpful. The site, at this time of the year, was spacious and on gravel. They were level. I specify this time of the year, when busy, they put two on each space in opposite directions. The hook ups were a great distance from what was needed and we had to use an extension on our electric cord. We would go back and explore the area more. WiFi was poor. - rvflight
Aug 2015 - $9.00
For the price this is a great campground. Otherwise it is average. 50 amp, water, sewer, free wifi. The wifi is good. The water pressure is low. Large sites and easy to maneuver big rigs in.
It is a large gravel area with sites. No trees to speak of. No grass at all. The restrooms are ok, but there are no showers and no laundry. No clubhouse in spite of the listing (the managers now live in it).
There is road noise from 191, but not too bad. There are good restaurants in Pinedale, and Lake Fremont is lovely. Pinedale is trying to become another Jackson, and they mights succeed.
When we were here there were four permanent rigs with plywood skirting, but they were well kept. There were only one or two transients at any time so the park was 80% empty. Very quiet and lots of space between rigs.
One of the permanent residents lets his German Shepherd run loose. It barked at me once and wasn't a real problem.
The managers have day jobs so the office is vacant most of the time. You just pick a site and try to track them down when they come home. They were friendly.
Like I said, for the Resort Parks International price of $9 it was a deal. - sfrantz
Aug 2015 - $10.00
I was early for my Yellowstone National Park reservations so I decided to stay at Wind River RV Park. This is a no frills campground. I used my RPI membership to stay here. The campground is between managers at this time August 2015. I called the number on the office building and found a campsite. Friendly campers told me the owner will get back to me and eventually she did. Our at&t wifi hotspot didn't work here. The at&t cell phone service was good. The campground has a washer and dryer area. An osprey nest is located near the entrance of the park. This is a small campground. I found the campers friendly. We met a nice couple here. I saw a few permanent residences. There is a German Shepard that walks around the park unleashed but he didn't bother our Yorkshire terrier or us. I was busy exploring the area. I would stay here again. - Seize the Day RV Adventures
Jul 2015 - $8.00
Some sites have broken water hookups, most overgrown with grass, and dog feces in the back up sites. If we weren't traveling in a group, I don't think we would have felt safe here. It's definitely in the middle of nowhere and has zero frills. With that said, we did see some bunnies, elk, and owls. The bathrooms were also very clean and a 24 hour laundromat onsite was just what we needed for our one night stay. - Wendle123