A fairly new campground with large roomy sites. Located in the "wide open spaces" of Wyoming. Large grassy lawns with great views of the mountains. We only stayed the one night but would have stayed longer if not for a personal deadline. Very quiet even though only 50-75 yards off U.S. 191. Owners and staff work very hard to keep this park looking good. A real bargain. Nicest park within 100 miles to include Rock Springs. We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Located about 1/2 mile from a nice country restaurant and small store. Understand park is located close to good lake fishing.
Located south of Boulder. Trees obscure entrance sign until you are almost at entry. Gravel roads with some good size potholes and wide level sites with good utilities. Utilities are widely spaced, so electric post was by driver's window and sewer at rear end of motorhome. But sites are very wide so good maneuvering room to locate RV. Wind didn't disappoint as it is mentioned on park map as possibly being an issue and it was for a while. Overall, good park and will stay again! We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Not many RV parks between Rock Springs and Jackson.
If you are traveling north on the 1-91 you will see the trees and RV's a little before you get there, slow down and watch for the sign in the middle of the group of trees. Gravel roads and sites. Very spacious site spacing with trees, picnic table and fire ring. Wonderful views and openness. Very friendly staff. We only spent one night here, but would come back to spend more time just enjoying the area. Verizon 4G came in and out as the signal is weak in the site where we were. We could get one or two bars max and sometimes only 3G or 1x. We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Motorhome.
Easy in and out off highway. Nice wide roads, easy turns, wide long pull-throughs. Our spot was so level we put the truck in park and went in for the night. Has some permanents but they are on the outer edge in back-n spots away from the center where pull-throughs are. Very nice baths and laundry rooms. We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $31.00
Nice park. The sites are huge, you can pull into most of them from either direction and many have hookups on both sides. The site I stayed in was big enough that I could almost put my 26' TT sideways so I had great views of the mountains. Laundry has 2 washers and 2 dryers, they are only $1.00 per load. I found the Wi-Fi to work pretty well, I didn't try to stream any Netflix but could surf pretty well. Large open space throughout the grounds so it's great if you have a dog. I was originally put in a site that was next to a family with some kids who were really loud and driving around on an electric car so I asked if I could move to another site, the camp host said "have at it", not a problem. Nice camp hosts, they gave me directions to Boulder lake so I could let the dog swim. I would certainly stay here again. Bathrooms and showers were both really clean. We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
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 at Highline Trail RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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 at Highline Trail RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy in/out, flat level sites, good power. We used our Verizon MiFi so can't comment on park's Wi-Fi. Easy in/out and convenient for overnight. Nothing really memorable, but we would stay here again. We camped at Highline Trail RV Park in a Motorhome.
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 at Highline Trail RV Park 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 at Highline Trail RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $30.00
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 at Highline Trail RV Park 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 at Highline Trail RV Park in a Motorhome.