4 Parks near Casper, Wyoming
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Will not stay here again. Staff was friendly. Folks were packed in. Very little grass so the site was muddy due to rain. NOT BIG RIG FRIENDLY AT ALL. Sites are very close. - pknr1001
Aug 2015 - $30.00
What a dump. If it had rained we would have been knee deep in mud. Had a pull-thru but had to on hook to fit. - RS&RS
Jul 2015 - $28.00
We camped here with our motorcycle and Aspen pop up MC camper.
Our site was adjacent to the tent area but we had access to electric which was necessary for our fan and lights.
The pool was refreshing although small. The staff was helpful and friendly.
We would definately stay here again. - bipeflier
Aug 2015 - $46.00
A little hard to access sites, but level gravel roads and sights. KOA has not improved their facilities in the past ten years, but pricing continues to climb. They are reaching a tipping point where there is not enough value for the money. - Beaver 43
Aug 2015 - $46.00
I dont write reviews often but this park deserves a pathetic rating at best and felt I would let people know. Park is on the outskirts of Casper in an industrial area, right next to freeway where you hear trucks day and night. The park itself is basically a dirt parking lot with random hookups. My site had a cracked/broken picnic and that was it. I specified the size of my rig 45' and tow in the comments of KOA special requests and the check in clerk advised "we don't read comments until you arrive" . I was packed into a pull through and put orange cones at the front and back of my coach to ward off any possible incidents. Neighbors were right at my slide outs - Internet was there but the signal was useless. I used my Verizon WiFi which was fair connection. I would not stay at this park again - this was a terrible value. - Big Rigger
Jul 2015 - $38.00
This is a very basic KOA park, essentially a gravel parking lot with some shade trees scattered around. It was just off the highway, so convenient for an overnight stay. We had power and water; a dumping station was nearby. Highway traffic made it noisy. The person checking us in was friendly and helpful. - alm
Aug 2015 - $23.00
Another gravel lot with power, water, sewer, and free wifi. That's all we find in Wyoming. It was near everything we wanted to do in Casper. It is behind the Fort Casper Museum; just drive around to the left and follow the signs. - sfrantz
Aug 2015 - $22.00
First I have to praise the person on duty when we arrived without a reservation. She was able to find us a spot for 1 night. Now, 1 night is all I would stay even if we didn't have places to be. It is a big gravel parking lot with hookups. No table unless you are a long term resident. Dogs barking' radios playing, hammering and power saws did not help us rest for another day's travel. It would have definitely not been worth the full price if we didn't have Passport America. If we pass through again we will try somewhere else. - RV'er
Aug 2015 - $22.00
This campground is basically designed for long term residents. They do have a number of spots available for the traveling RVer's.
The entire park consists of packed gravel and dirt. The only green grass is at the park office. Most of the sites are "back-to-back. There are a few pull-thrus. All sites have FHU with 20/30/50 amp electrical service and are located in the appropriate location.
The bathroom and showers were clean and usable. There was a laundry room that we did not use. WiFi was also available but the office staff mentioned it was weak and you should go the office for a better connection.
Most of the residents did obey the speed limit within the park of 5 miles an hour. It was very quiet at night.
The entrance to this park is a little confusing. Follow the signs to the Fort Caspar museum. Once inside the museum follow the signs to the campground. The park is located in the back of museum.
The price reflects the Passport America rate that was ½ off the rack rate. $44 for this park seems very steep. Unfortunately the few parks that are in this town are getting close to this rate. Even the fairground is getting over $35 per night.
The cost of campgrounds in Casper might make we think about bypassing this town.
We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs