10 Parks near Guernsey, Wyoming
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Larson Park is attached to the Guernsey golf course. There are 15 sites. 30/50 power on the power pedestals. Please note there is NO RV dump available. Closest one is the Wyoming Visitor Center at I-25 or within Guernsey State Park.
The entrance to one of the Oregon Trail historic sites in nearly across the road and would be hikeable.
All sites are back-ins. With relatively close spacing that might be challenging for rigs over 30ft, making the backing turn to get in.
Seems to get light to moderate use. - Gary Camp-Inn
Jul 2014 - $20.00
The person at the registration was very friendly and helpful in pointing out local attractions. She then told us that if the RV parked next to our assigned site was using the 50 amp plug on the shared post she could lend us an adapter for the 30 amp. We lucked out that the 50 amp was available because the temps were to be in the high 90’s and we wanted to be able to run both of our ACs. We discovered after our first day that there are no dump facilities at this campground. I guess that I should have read the older reviews about that. Naturally, their website makes no mention. There are no pull through sites so, if you’re looking to use this as an overnight stopover you’ll have to back in and unhitch because the sites are just big enough to get our 40’ motor home in. The scenery and proximity to Register Cliff are nice extras. Did not use the restrooms and we had very good Verizon reception. Apparently, they don’t enforce the pets on leash rule as there were several dogs running loose the three days we spent here. - Lil' Red Rooster
Jun 2012 - $20.00
Great RV park off of the beaten path. This was our very first experience with a motorhome, and staying in an RV park. The people that we dealt with were very helpful, and courteous to make sure our stay was enjoyable. This Trail Ruts Golf Course and Larson Park Campground sit down very close to the Platte River and have several areas to ride bikes to see the historic Trail Ruts for the wagon trains that traveled the Oregon Trail many years ago. - donindenver
May 2015 - $20.00
Yes, the coal trains are close at hand and there are only pit, albeit nice, toilets. However the price is right and the location is good for seeing the area sites. The trains did not keep me from sleeping and were interesting to see. Guernsey is small so bring your own supplies. Would stay here again. - AZJC
Jul 2013 - $23.00
I would think with water sites available the state of Wyoming could install showers or sewer hook ups. The area was beautiful in spite of the lake being drained. Our site was level and we did take advantage of the water hook up sites. Some of the other campgrounds in the park were very nice, but had no electric or water. The park does have a dump station at the entrance. We will not stay here again. - Dewey Smith
Jul 2013 - $23.00
Only one campground was open at our visit as the road over the dam was closed during the repair of the dam. The Museum was also closed. The road to the open camp ground is steep and near the railroad tracks. The toilets are dry chemical. I would not stop here until the lake has been refilled. - A hitch and hop
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This park is in need of TLC, there are weeds everywhere including where you park your coach. They have a pile of rock on site so hopefully at some point they will use it. The check-in was easy pick a site and pay your $25. The turns are tight but we did not have to unhook the toad. For us this was the only choice we where headed to Cheyenne but the rodeo was in town and no vacancy anywhere. The sign to the park is down so it is easy to miss the park it is about 4.5 miles from I25, slow down the turn in is sharp. I added a point because they have the fastest internet we have had. - sjones
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a very small park outside of Wheatland, quite a drive into town. Quiet and good level gravel sites, and gravel interior roads. No issues with water or electricity. There were 2 washers and 1 dryer. Some permanent residents but they were quiet and gone during the daytime. A no frills park and priced right! Would stay here again. - Vicki K
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This park was a convenient stop between Custer State Park, SD, and our next stop, Rocky Mountain National Park. As has been noted in previous reviews, the owners work elsewhere during the day. A phone number was posted on the adjacent house. We called and were told to pick a site and pay later. We got an easy, level pull-thru and settled in. The owner came by in the evening and was very friendly. Although it could use a little grass mowing, everything worked as expected and we'd stay there again. - Desert Beacon
Aug 2016 - $15.00
I called to make a reservation as we are PA members, and was told you don't need to make a reservation. When we arrived the owner/manager told me she likes to have reservations so that if people don't show up she an charge their credit card anyway!
We stayed here one night and that was enough!
The owner/manager was very nice and friendly and the grounds are well kept. We arrived and she placed us in lot# 4 which was fully in the sun on an unlevel site. As we were setting up, another RV came in and she put them in the shady level site with a picnic table :(
After we managed to level up, we settled down for the night: that's when the trains started. The owner never mentioned the noise that would go on ALL NIGHT! Every 1/2 hr a train would go past blasting theirs horns for the level crossing! ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT!
The campground is no more than 100 yards from the tracks so you can imagine the noise. If we had known the trains ran all night, we would have moved on.
They also give you the password for the wifi. Forget it: wifi was hopeless and no phone or hot spot signal T-Mobile or AT&T. - Liane63
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Nice little campground, however, it's proximity to the train tracks is regrettable. Freight trains whistle through as late as 1:00am. Not recommended if you are a light sleeper. - Huffgary
May 2015 - $15.00
Small park with friendly owners. 3 miles from the Fort Laramie National Historic Site. It is next to the railroad tracks but I must be lucky since there hasn't been a train this afternoon. The tracks are usually heavy with coal trains from the open pit mines in Wyoming.
Site was dead level. Easy setup. 50amp worked fine. There are couple of what look like full time rigs and the houses surround the sites. No big deal unless you have a hang up attitude.
The town has one restaurant but most other spots including a gas station that was open a couple of years ago are now closed. Check out the Lira Mexican restaurant in Lingle, WY which is 10 minutes to the east. - Gary Camp-Inn
Jul 2013 - $3.00
This is a small city park that allows parking on the side of the road around the park. Electric is no longer available, but there are two water connections in the park, a dumpster and restrooms. We stayed one night and two other rigs were there. The railroad is near by and trains, with whistles, run every 20 minutes. This is a good park for one night while visiting nearby Fort Laramie. We dropped $3 in their donation box. - Norm In Bama
Jul 2008 - $3.00
This is a city park that has electricity and water available. There are about 8 sites available parallel to the electrical and water connections. Accommodations are a bit lacking but a welcome sight after a long day. The cost can not be beat. Some of the electrical boxes have fallen victim to vandals and abuse but for $ 3.00 you can't complain. We actually camped here in July 2007 but wanted to get it on the map as we overlooked it last year. Fort Laramie is very small but super friendly and the Flag restaurant serves great food. The Fort Laramie National Historic Site is just a mile down the road. - JWT
Jul 2015 - $22.00
Some of the sites have electricity. Most don't. Very nice place to camp. There's a bike course for the kids and playground equipment. The lake is beautiful to look at from the heights. - rayp
Sep 2014 - $17.00
The Two Moons campground at Glendo SP is simply gorgeous. High above the reservoir, the views are great. Nicely pine-shaded sites, paved and fairly level. Pretty trails. Excellent cellular signal. Will definitely return and stay longer. - mockturtle
May 2014 - $17.00
This is a good stop just for overnight if you don't mind dry camping. There are no hookups and water is only available a couple of places. There are pit toilets, but no showers. It is a small campground and would probably be hard to get into during the summer but we were there in May and had no trouble getting a spot. You are right along the lake and there are some lake front sites. It's not far from the highway. We would stay there again. - dring
Jun 2016 - $17.00
The park itself was fine, but the train ran every 45 minutes and blew its horn not once, not twice, but four times. Didn't really get any sleep. Can't recommend it because of the train. On the good side, very nice lady running the park. - RMCC
Jun 2016 - $30.00
I agree, this is a great little park. The owners are working, methodically, to upgrade an older KOA park. In the past year, they have installed new electrical system. As we left, they were starting on installing new water connections and pipes. Yes, there is a major railroad across the highway, but the trains are few during the night. We didn't even notice them after sunset. The owners are very friendly and helpful. This park is nicely located to major historical sites. Yes, we would stay here again in the future and would recommend it to others. - geo-gypsy
Jul 2015 - $15.00
This is a good little park and an excellent value with Passport America. The wifi is good, the hookups are good and there is history in the area. I will return if coming through again. - tommyg
Sep 2015 - $1.00
This is a city operated park and the sites are free for three nights. We had 50 amp service. There was one tenter and one RV there. It is near a railroad track and we heard 3 trains in a 16 hour period. Sites are fairly level and there is a nice are to walk dogs. There were also picnic tables at most sites and a place to load water. Local police drove through a couple of times. It was thoroughly satisfactory for an overnight stay. There is a donation box and we left $10 to encourage the city to continue this practice. - Diana F
Jul 2015 - $10.00
OK, so we found this park on this site, which was great. There are about 15 sites in this city park. The park is very nice with lots of activities. The sites are right on the edge of the stream that runs through the park and it is well maintained. What you have read about leveling is true, it's very tough if you have a larger RV. When we arrived it was about 3:30 PM local time. There were about 6 others here then. They were not good neighbors. Most of the folks had their RV in a site and then blocked the site next to them with their car or truck. I took the last site and pulled in so I would not have to face the Bounder that clearly had not moved in many years. There was a woman it the Bounder that did not give me that safe feeling. The Bounder has broken windows, rotting tires, towels for window shades, a sewer hose running under it. This one RV and the occupants really degrade the place. Anyway, the power did not work on that site and I had to move. Got a site with a beat up car on it, had to put up with that. Then the bounder woman came with someone and they jumped it and moved it. I was lucky and got one of the four 50 amps plugs. Lots of people were using the park and the cops came about 7:30 PM and knocked on my door to inform me of movie night. All in all a nice place that is nicely kept, with just a couple issues. Will come back if in the area. - Freightguy
Jun 2015 - $5.00
Surprising in this day and age to find a city park with free (donation) 50 amp power, water and a dump nearby. Our motorhome front weels were off the ground to get level. This park is beautifully manicured. There is a frisbee golf course, a basketball court, a playground, walking trails and a swimming pool within walking distance. Yes, there is a train nearby, but never heard it once during the night. There is a 3-day limit, but looked like there were some residents who have been there a bit longer. There seems to be an abundance of young people driving through and parking in the RV sites ...who knows what they are doing, they don't stay long. Night time was very peaceful. This place is ideal for the location and price! Easy satellite through the trees. Verizon worked well. - simonsrf
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This is not really an RV park. It is several sites, mostly full time workers, along three sides of the road. Our site was next to a full timer's site and it was trashed! - User2522
Jun 2015 - $1.00
In fairness, we did not stay! The sites were very narrow and dirt, with mud at the back where utilities were. The site was very rutted and muddy. There is no office. A woman came out to meet us and told us which site to go to. She said she would be right back with her paperwork. They only take cash or checks, which wasn't a problem. We decided this was not where we wanted to stay. There are low curbs you have to drive over to get out of your site. It nearly shook us to pieces and we were crawling over it! Unless you are desperate you might want to move on. - The Griffins
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Easy on/off from the road. Office gal was great. Main road was concrete but sites were gravel. Utility hookups were a little challenging as the water spigot was at ground level. 50a service was good and we did not use the sewer since it was only one night. Older park but good enough for brief stays. We had a pull thru and a good line of sight for our satellite dish. TV and a Pizza Hut delivery, what more could you ask? - Bob & Jo
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Stayed two nights. Very spacious spots but not worth hanging outside. Access to lake was the main purpose, and I needed hookups (hot). Heard the train but not horrible. - pamandtina
Jun 2016 - $34.00
Owner great. Check in easy. Liked the snall bar and tavern food. Very peaceful and very close to Glendo Lake. If you love to fish this is the spot. - venice
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Easily found RV park off I-25 for our overnight stay. (The state park cgs are primitive and some distance down gravel roads. ) Packed gravel pull-through sites, generously wide, with a table and full hook-ups. Friendly check-in, GS discount given and site assigned. Small camp store, group shelter, horseshoes. There are lots of boats here and some ATVs, but it's quiet and very well kept. We hear a train in the distance occasionally but not a problem for us. We would stay here again. - Gma Terrie