9 Parks near Cheyenne, Wyoming
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Good priced laundry. Very pleasant staff. Very nice BBQ meals sold on site 4am - 8pm if you want a break from cooking. Propane sold on site. Great level site. - Kiwijo
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Full hookup 50amp service. Gravel roads. Front half is shady, back half has trees but not as shady. Good location just off interstate 25. 3.5 miles to Walmart about a mile to Loves truck stop. Quiet. Barbecue restaurant on site. Wifi worked well. Cable TV. Most spaces are pull through. Close together but easy to get in and out. Tent camping available.
Family run, friendly staff, accommodated us on short notice when we experienced a mechanical failure in Cheyenne. Good value for location. - Austex
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Campground overall was OK; we just didn't find it as good as expected. The full hookups were OK, however the cutoff to the water faucet leaked the whole time. The grounds were a bit messy around the office area/shop and the garbage dumpsters were overflowing. We did mention this to office and next day the one by us was lower but not emptied until the weekend. We did have lots of grass to walk our dogs however if the park had been full we might not have. We had to park our truck across the road in the tent area. The laundry area was OK, however one dryer never got hot. We picked up food at the BBQ restaurant on site however, service was not especially friendly or helpful. The food was good but since the owners were providing the service we thought they would be more friendly. Maybe they are just burned out. - CommodoreRV
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Sites behind the RV store and repair shop. Level, easy access FHU sites with 30amp electric. Good Verizon service. There were a few planes flying over but the didn't bother us. Permanent residents that bothered us repeatedly. Good cheap place to stop when we need repairs on the car. - rhianna
Sep 2014 - $22.00
This is just a bare bones place to park. Nothing special, except the rate, which was great, and it was very far from the road. It was peaceful and quiet. Everything worked, the sites were level, and the staff was friendly, helpful and courteous. I would definitely stay again. - Ken24
Sep 2014 - $22.00
The staff are friendly and it is quiet when the planes aren't flying over. I would not consider this place to be an RV park. It is simply a crowded business parking lot and someone added water and electric hookups. No wifi or cable TV. It was cheap and a place to park for a night but we will not stay here again. We stayed one night in a 44' coach and the site was not long enough. Several permanent trailer residents. - travelingpeople
Jul 2015 - $33.00
This park is run-down and not at all cared for. There are old commodes, rotten boards, and sacks of hardened cement beside the swimming pool with weeds grown up around them for instance. The "playground" is filled with faded, cracked old toys that should be thrown away. The putt putt golf is a joke and unusable. Our picnic table was rotten and filthy. The bathrooms were not clean when we arrived and had not been cleaned by the next afternoon when we left. Trash cans overflowing. Road full of potholes. They have people hired that seemed to do nothing but sit in the office and talk. You would think they would at least go clean something or throw away some junk and trash. I would not stay here again. The lack of plain old cleanliness and repair is inexcusable. Don't go here. If you're desperate, find a pullout on the highway instead. This place is a total waste of your money. - quertyuiop
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Entire park needs repair and maintenance. This place looks like a dump park for refuge old trailer and mobile homes. Check in staff in office very rude and unfriendly - they forget who the customer is. Office is filthy dirty and I hear the baths/showers are a disgrace and in need of the health department inspection. Sites are grass, road is dirt/gravel, golf a joke, but the wifi and cable work. No minimal requirements here...trash everywhere, clothes lines, just a junk of a place...The only positive comment is the parking attendant who is very nice. - Oooooooo
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Liked this park. Small and a little tight, but felt like it was clean and cared for. Staff really helped our 22 Rigs get settled in and took care of all individual requests. Easy access to downtown via US30. Moving 22 RV's from place to place can be a challenge but these folks did their best to accommodate any and all requests. Everyone in our group was satisfied. We will stay here again for sure during Frontier Days. Good strong 30amp which worked fine for our All-Electric Bus. - Sealbch
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This is a 1 night stay. Campground is bad gravel and scrub grass that could use a good mowing. Many old rigs with plywood additions. Utilities were fine. Claim to fame is that it is a working bison ranch with 2500 bison, camels and other livestock. Park and attractions seemed very tired. - unifan
Jun 2016 - $40.00
I gave this place an "8" based more on the fact I think there was more unusual things to do here than on the quality of the campgrounds. This place is more of a destination in and of itself!
We arrived very late and after closing, but all the info we needed and directions to our site were easy to find and right where the staff said they'd leave the packet. Located RIGHT off a major interstate there is definitely unpleasant road noise to contend with here. Interior roads are pretty uneven, mostly gravel and old asphalt, but are wide and easy to navigate. The RV sites are nothing to write home about - pull thru which was nice, but very plain, very close together, and definitely in need of some maintenance (grading, new gravel, mowing). No trees for shade anywhere in the lot, so when it hit the high 80's it was like baking in a parking lot.
But! There is lots to do here on-site and all the staff we met here were just wonderful and so friendly. Horseback rides, train rides, feeding buffalo, ATV rides, a kiddie amusement park, many other animals to see. Two restaurants are located on site - one that's just open for breakfast and the other, larger one that's open for lunch and dinner. The cost of the activities adds up for sure, but we found the restaurants pretty reasonably priced and good. - R.T.
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Quite unusual. Very unique and much more than an RV park. They have 4,000 head of buffalo that they use for meat and breeding. Even Ted Turner buys them!
We planned on 2 nights, but are doing 4 to do most of what is provided at the park and to go to Cheyenne.
Passport America rate is good for one night, but they still give you a break for additional nights.
The park appears rustic, because it was made that way. It's been around a long time, so there are areas that are "weathered".
The big rig sites are 80' long, but there isn't much room between them. I didn't hear anyone complaining though, including us.
The dog walk area is huge and the different entertainment venues have plenty of room as well. - DJanis
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Pull through site was a little tight for a 41 foot MH towing. Staff was very good and helpful in relocating us to a site that was a little longer. Hard gravel but not all that dusty. Wifi worked as the cg was not very filled, upon filling wifi became iffy... We would return for a overnight stay. - Chef40
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Spent one night on July 4th enroute to South Dakota. Campsite is great for one night stops or short stays; close to I-80, but traffic noise is minimal. A Pilot Travel Center is at the same exit and Walmart is 2-3 miles away. Sites are gravel and level with minimal to no shade. Sites are easy in and out. Staff was helpful and friendly; was not escorted to our site, but it was not a problem. Amenities adequate and clean. We would camp here again. - TxDiver
Jun 2016 - $45.00
We stayed at the Cheyenne KOA in June in a 5th wheel. We had a electric, water and cable site near the tent area. The staff was friendly and check-in was quick. The sites are quite wide but can be a little short and it is a little hard to see exactly how the sites are marked side to side. All utilities worked well no problems and there are plenty of areas to walk the dogs. The campground is clean, everything works and is good for an overnight stop. The interstate is very close and can be noisy. But all in all a good stop, we have been here several times before and will be back. - blowing weeds
Jul 2014 - $47.00
We called and were told that all they had available was a site with electric and water however we were never told that the site is actually a field that is not even in the park. It's next to a truck stop. The trucks are left running and the rumbling caused a constant vibration in the ground. The noise from the trucks and I-80 is loud enough that we had to leave the AC running to try and block it out. On the bright side the camp hosts are very friendly and nice. - mkb
Jun 2014 - $38.00
I try not to be negative, but this campground is terrible. If you have a small RV without a slide out, you might be fine. There was no one in the office, so we called the number and found the owners were gone to the mountains. A nice lady the owners called came by and directed us to our site. We set up and then she came back and told us we had to move. This is not a campground, but where people live in their RVs and mobile homes. We won't ever go back. - lovepu1987
Aug 2011 - $25.00
Water, Electric and Sewer was good, Site dirt/gravel, level with room for awnings, The price for this campground is good, however this is not a place for children. They have a bar in the back and it can get a bit rowdy if there are a lot of contract people. There are not a lot of choices for campgrounds. I would stay here again, good for a couple of nights. - TXBobcat
Apr 2015 - $30.00
We wanted to stay within the city of Cheyenne, not out in the sticks, and were surprised by the lack of RV parks with decent reviews in town. When we called this park, at first they said all spaces were taken in the "dog area," but then they found a space for us in a location that looked like part of the road. We had to unhook our car and put it out of the way of traffic, and when we were hooking up again in the morning, residents going out to work honked at us for partly blocking the road. We never heard what the "dog area" meant - we walked our dogs everywhere and no one complained.
This park is divided between trailer homes and RVs. Most RV spaces are taken by long-term residents in old, run-down trailers. This doesn't bother us as long as the people are quiet, working folks, and most usually are. The entire park is dirt, and not very well organized. I would describe it as primitive, though it did have all services available. For what is provided, it is pricey, and they wanted extra to use a credit card. I wouldn't willingly stay here again.
One reviewer said the shower was in a basement, and one improvement since then is that there is now a shower building. - pompomgirl
Jul 2010 - $45.00
We were desperate and it was late so we ended up staying at this trailer park, not a campground. This needs to be spruced up and husband needed the shower located in a basement. I passed on that. Only a spot with a hook up and Wi-Fi. They should charge 25 dollars at most for this place. The rodeo was in town and that was fun. - Gail Z
Feb 2010 - $25.00
This campground is easily accessible and conveniently located near all shopping and restaurants. Staff is friendly, Wi-Fi is great. The park is part of a larger trailer park with lots of permanent somewhat rundown campers/trailers. Not exactly kid friendly. Road noise, airplanes, and emergency vehicles noticeable especially at night. We stayed here several weeks, while hubby worked. Probably would not stay here again. - The Crowder Clan
Aug 2015 - $20.00
No internet in pull thru sites, last row, inside RV, limited internet outside. Pull thru sites are Jack & Jill set up & all gravel. They're close but not inches from ea. other like Edwards AFB. Back-ins have grass and a fair amount of space between ea. other. Trains run right next to the park and run throughout the day & night blowing their horn. Easy freeway access to I-80 & I-25. Strongly suggest you make a reservation. We were here a week and the park was always full by the end of each day. - MAFLAF
Aug 2015 - $20.00
This could be such a great campground. It's nestled in a small canyon with lots of shade trees. But coming in you immediately see some long term RV's with outdoor appliances. There were also some ratty looking storage sheds. When you walk around the area you see a need for trash pickup. It's a nice base and there are antelope andgeese wandering around that provide great photo ops. - Newbet
Jul 2014 - $10.00
Rule number 1. Don't come to Cheyenne when frontier days are going on if you don't have reservations (didn't realize it was going on til we hit town). We were blessed in that they had setup extra "overflow" RV parking (a roped off field) so we found a place to stay. The campground seemed pretty well kept and , has a nice nature walk around it. The bugs were crazy, but that is not their fault! Would stay here again if in the area. - 7 on the road