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7 RV Parks near Devils Tower, Wyoming
Oct 2018 - $38.00
Fast check-in, decent store and cafe. Our site had an impressive view of Devils Tower. We really liked this KOA. - Zephyrcon
Sep 2018 - $61.00
It's all about location, location, location. This park is at the entrance gate to Devils Tower. The tower welcome center is 3 miles up the park road. The campground is large with a variety of sites. Our grass back-in was pretty short for our 5th wheel but there was a place beside us for our truck. Also had to be careful of low tree branches. But we were right in front of the tower with only an open field between us. FHU but no wi-fi or cable and no OTA channels. Pool area and dog park. Nice store in campground office. Huge tent area, cabins and even wigwam tents. Was pricey but the view was worth every penny. - travelswithpuppies
Aug 2018 - $59.00
Other recent reviews cover it pretty well. Our site was long, and when we were there, fairly muddy. Staff was helpful with directions. Difficult to get into the park due to a long queue of visitors to the Tower. But road construction now in process will give the KOA its own access road. We were able to get our sat TV to work well, no cable TV, didn't try antenna. Verizon phone good, KOA wifi good but slow during peak hours. - rncordy
Sites: 50 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 31 Reviews
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Access to the park will be better soon. The roads were under construction and traffic was being stopped for quite long periods. Once we were past the construction life was great. We paid our $20.00 park entrance fee and the $20.00 camping fee at the gate. This late in the season only the B loop was open. We chose the site second from last and our door opened up the an amazing view of the tower. All sites are graveled pull through. On the other side of the vehicle barrier is a table and fire pit. Our only complaint was that the site was pretty un-level side to side. We did not use the public restrooms nor did we stop to check them out. There are no stores or restaurants within easy walking distance. The park is clean and well maintained. We feel we received good value and would be back if in the area. - Rollin Ollens
Aug 2018 - $10.00
Like many National Park campgrounds, this is dry camping. No hook-ups or dump station (some services may be available for pay in the nearby KOA). The campground is basically at the foot of the Tower and many of the campsites have a great view. The road into the campground is paved. There are ample campsites to fit small and mid-sized RVs, with a fair number that would fit a larger RV. Check-in is self-serve - we paid in cash; I don't know if they take checks. There are no showers but the modern toilets are clean and well maintained. The visitors center is about 2 miles from the campground, and in season the staff gives regular presentations. Good AT&T cell service, but no wifi in the campground. We would very happily camp here again. Sorry, we didn't see any aliens! - Indybear
Sep 2017 - $20.00
This is a self-check in campground. But gorgeous view of Devil's Tower. Spacious, c-shaped pull-through sites along the road, our 33 ft. fit OK, not sure a big rig would. Really quiet, partially shaded. - Rex Deaver
Jun 2017 - $43.00
As others have mentioned this campsite has only a few spaces and includes only electricity however its not in a location I think too many people will want to stay at for long periods of time. Location for and view of the Devil's Tower is excellent and although parking area is barren it does meet minimum requirements. No real negative but the owners weren't overly friendly/helpful and I'd have personally paid the extra few bucks and stayed at another campground right outside the tower's entrance if it had been available. - Vita Vivet
Jun 2017 - $40.00
$40 is over priced for There is no dump site and no water. Devils Tower state park and the other commercial parks outside Devils best option. Tower Run by very retired couple. Nice people but google earth this place. Small access for big RV's. Turn around tight No trees. No water, not easy to fill up. Restaurant home style fried chicken and thin buffalo burgers; no tomatoes. Breakfast probably killer. Only about five sites available. - Heidi Ishmael
Jun 2017 - $45.00
We stayed here for one night. As previously mentioned they only offer electrical hookups. Park is small but the sites are not. Not all of them are very level. We stayed on a Saturday night and had the entire place to ourselves. Some highway noise but not annoying. Amazing view of the Tower. Verizon signal was really good. Restaurant food was delicious. This campground backs up to a huge canyon and they have a deck you can view it from. They let us check out late so we could spend more time at the tower. - Ghettomedic
Jul 2007 - $29.00
The sites are small. Hookups on wrong side. No 30 amp electric just 50 amps. A 30 amp adapter can be had with a $50.00 deposit. After looking over the area I chose to not stay here and got my money back. - Sonny38
Aug 2017 - $28.00
The most important part of any business is the working staff - they give the first impressions and long term feeling of being welcomed ... not this place, the host's only concerns are the long-term residents - three in number - their dogs run free - and their junk is UN-checked. We will not return to this park! - bobbodean
Apr 2007 - $22.00
Nestled high on a ridge overlooking the KeyHole State Park and Reservoir is Cedar Ridge RV "Park." But beware, this is nothing more than a parking lot with full hook up sites and a non-existent office with sketchy locals manning the campground as their "base" for drug running and local underground deals. If you're looking for a cheap, quiet place to stay for a couple of nights, then this is the place for you. However, this is not the place you'd want to stay for more than one week. It takes over 45 minutes to get to Gillette (if you are a working camper / fulltimer) and the owners are VERY hard to get in touch with if you need them. (The office is NEVER open!) Beware of the permanent residents. Do NOT make friends or speak to anyone in the campground that looks as if they may steal from you, b/c they WILL! We will not return to this ***HOLE! Low voltage as well, almost ruined our A/C unit so we got the heck outta dodge!!!! RUN LIKE THE WOLVES! - lapo99
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Great folks, nice views of area. - Greenfrogtrike
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Nice 40' back in site with 50amp. Park website says nothing about having water hookup, so was happily surprised to find that the site did indeed have a water hookup. We had Tatanka Lot 3 (this is the only one of the many campgrounds in the state park with ANY hookups). We had a VERY nice tiered view of Cottonwood Bay, was quiet and the park's paved walking trail was nearby for the dogs. Even though we were near the boat ramp, traffic was not enough to be a bother, but we stayed midweek. Marina store had beer and ice cream, so loved that! The grass in the campground was pretty long, the pine pollen was thick and cloying and the mosquitoes were fairly intense. Took some extra effort to get Georgie leveled. Digged it though, would stay again, especially given the rate, the electric, the location near Devils Tower and the view. - GeorgiePorgie
Jul 2017 - $23.00
First, the dump station is right outside the park entrance, so we dumped and disconnected the jeep while dumping. Then, when we get to the check in station, about 50 yards away from the dump station, they wanted us to pay for an extra vehicle since it wasn't towed in!!
Several campgrounds in the park, but we stayed in the Tatanka loop, so this review is specific to that loop. Hilly campground, but while the gravel pads had some degree of levelness to them, there wasn't a lot of level areas anywhere. Depending on your location and wind direction, you may get to "enjoy" the stench from the pit toilets.
Very crowded on the weekends and most people seem to come for the water access as there were a lot of boats on the reservoir. Don't wash your rv before arriving. The roads are all gravel and very dusty so when cars go by, they kick up a lot of dust which coats everything!
About the only positive thing I can say is that the park is fairly close to Devils Tower which is awesome. Oh, and the long concrete walking path is very nice. It also is pretty quiet at night once the noisy neighbors turn in.
A few sites in the Tatanka loop are big rig friendly and offer water and 50 amp electric. We had open sky on our site (11) for satellite reception, but I suspect most sites are too tree covered. Useable AT&T for internet and decent Verizon coverage.
If your main motivation for visiting the area is Devils Tower, I'd suggest a private park closer to the monument. If you enjoy water sports, don't mind the dust and smell, you may enjoy it here. - Jerry and Betsy
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This is a very small location. All the RVs in the back are permanents or long timers. The owners are sweethearts and extremely friendly and helpful. The spaces are pull ins. Every other one has a little patio covered shelter. The view was of gas station/small market across the street and the rest was flat land. At night the deer would come out. They don't offer any kind of discounts, and I think they should, considering there isn't much in the area and their water pressure is really really low (they did tell us so). We were there 5 days, and 2 of the 5 we had 2 serious storms. Rain, lightning and wind. The lightning is very scary when there is only open flat fields for miles. They do have a small bait and tackle shop with some other small goodies in their tiny shop/office. There is, I believe, a reservoir down the road to fish in. We would stay again if ever in the area. - Victoria Grace
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Nice small park, no extra perks other than the owners. We were having problems with our slide, we asked for a screw/bolt and they got down and help fix it. We spent the evening visiting with them, was like catching up with long lost friends. If you want to visit Devil's Tower stay here and enjoy a nice quite park and great company. They have cabins, guesthouse and tent sites. Oh and got some fresh garden vegetables too! Covered picnic table. - grandma/pa
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This is a small park located in a very quiet area of Pine Haven, Wyoming (gateway to Keyhole State Park). The park is nice and quiet and the owners are the nicest most accommodating people you will ever meet. My wife and I stayed there for almost a month and left for a couple of days to explore Rapid City, ND. We were hauling a motorcycle with us and really didn't need to take it to Rapid City and we were coming back to Empire. The owner offered to store our motorcycle in his enclosed storage area at no charge, super guy! They are always offering to help with anything you may need. The park has a small store with fishing tackle, bait and snacks. There is a grocery store across the street with anything you may need for dinner, very convenient. My wife and I will be back next summer, they are great! The only reason we gave it an 8 is because they don't have cable TV, swimming pool or recreation room. - Raomin Ranger