2 RV Parks near Fort Bridger, Wyoming
May 2017 - $38.00
This is a very well-maintained park with tons of space (largely because not many people were there when we stayed). From the google map it appears that the pull thrus were huge, but they are actually back in sites that they use as pull thrus (so you pull in the site behind you and keep going through. That said, single sites are huge and having both to yourself is nice. This is a location that is a pass through. They have residents there, and you may have maybe one neighbor max. The town itself is comprised of 300 people so don't expect the town to give you a lot of amenities but it's fine for a pass through. The services were very good and wireless was extremely good. - Kamnel
May 2017 - $36.00
Well groomed, spacious sites with easy in and out pull-thrus. Manager is veteran, always smiling, very gracious and will help you at the drop of a hat. Next door to a historic site, which is within walking distance. - Heartland travellers 2016
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Site was clean. Hosts were not in the office when we stopped in, but were available within a few minutes. Sites had plenty of space, hook-ups were decent, there were a few basic cable channels. - kbellco
Mar 2017 - $28.00
No road noise from I-80 a rarity for a KOA. We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop" style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area. We're right across the road from the restroom/showers. It's an older 50's type facility clean & neat. Shower stalls are private with glass doors and very tight 3x3 I think - so is the adjacent changing area with a little stool/bench for seating, plus rubber floor mat for feet as you exit shower; includes a couple of hooks, but would like to see shelves added for your stuff. Also need hooks and shelves at the shared sink/vanity area. Updating the place including new fixtures would do wonders. This is Wyoming after all and is more of a campground, not an RV Park per se. Gravel roadways and somewhat roomy, level mixed gravel & grass site pads with picnic table; large pull through site can accommodate Big Rigs. Some staggered back to back ~ back in sites; grounds include rental cabins and clean swimming pool, and tent sites all on flat ground. We've been here 4 time now ~ and will be back - dido
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Quiet. Easy to find and to set up. Flat, level sites. Grass. Old buildings, laundry, bathrooms, etc. but satisfactory for an overnight. - Hostlady
Aug 2016 - $30.00
They have teens running the office and they do not know anything about the park, the Wi-Fi or the things to do around town.
Spaces are fairly level on a mix of dirt/grass/gravel. Restrooms are OLD and need better maintenance/cleaning.
Wi-Fi did NOT work at all, even up in the office, and the kids in the office just said, "Oh, some times it works - some times it doesn't."
Even the owner (dad) could not get the Wi-Fi to work. This would be expected if there were a lot of campers here, but the place was just about empty.
If you just want a place to sleep for a few hours, I guess this would be ok.
We will never stay here again. - JoyceG