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4 RV Parks near Laramie, Wyoming
Jun 2018 - $30.00
This is just a bit off the highway and you have to drive south to get to the camp area. When you drive in there is a big area (a part of the fair grounds) you drive to and through a somewhat narrow gate and the camp sites are over to the left side where the electric hook ups are. They are locked. You call the number, they collect your fee and you can hook up to electric. No shade. It was hot on the day we stayed. Still a safe place to stay and other campers were there at the camping area. You just pull straight in so we had to unhook car in the morning and then hook up again but there is ample space in order to do this. - CamperAL
May 2018 - $20.00
I had a tire issue which led me to stay in Laramie. Short on places to stay, I found the fairgrounds. I attempted to contact management via phone, but the numbers got me voicemail only. So, I set up power on the back line on RV spots, totally missing the paved RV spots right behind the maintenance building. No big deal and it was a safe place to sty for the night. I saw about four other RVs on site. - Cavtrooper
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is large county fairgrounds that has 27 spaces available. As previously mentioned there some sites with concrete pad with power (30 amp) and water but no sewer. It also has 17 sites on gravel that are varying degrees of flatness. These sites have water sewer, water, and power (4- 50 amp slots on the north end the rest 30 amp). There were no showers or restrooms available when we were here. The location has road and RR noise but it's more of a background noise. The rate is $30/night for hook ups I don't know what dry camping runs. This place was designed for the events that are held here and not as an rv park so there are no real amenities. However if you want to stay in the area it is usually available unless they have a large event going on. As far as I know it is first come first served with no reservations. We would stay here again if we are in the area again. - pumper9x9
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is a forest service campground in the Snowy Mountians. Access road off of hwy 130. There are about 2 miles of gravel road to the campground. Our 32' rig fit but I would not have wanted to have anything bigger. Beautiful location with good hiking trails. - Bobmurphy
Oct 2018 - $43.00
I have one thing to say to the owners of the Laramie KOA: Shut it down! I have one thing to say to you who are bringing a big RV rig to Laramie: Go Elsewhere! In a sea of marginal campgrounds, Laramie KOA sets the bar below acceptability. Oh, it's clean and neat, and it has all the requisite facilities. But there's no beauty, no life, no soul! They didn't even provide on-site management when I was there. Just a remote reservation service, and some mysterious messenger to put check-in instructions in the late check-in box. The campground is just a gravel parking lot, laid out in the regular KOA pattern of diagonal pull-through sites. But the space between sites is barely wide enough to fit a picnic table and the adjacent site's utilities. Then there's the noise! Laramie KOA is barely 50 yards from busy I-80; the road noise is constant. And they put me in the row closest to the traffic. Their map shows a "Green Belt" dividing the interstate from the campground, but that consists of a few scattered firs and a row of newly planted baby trees that might offer a sight and sound barrier in twenty years. What we have here is a typical monopoly situation. There are few campgrounds in the Laramie area, and I saw some on the way into Laramie that are far worse. Nonetheless, KOA management is exploiting the fact by charging upscale prices ($43/night) for minimal investment. They're getting by with it because customers still come, though not many to judge by the the campers here in late October. It's time to show KOA management that resort pricing requires resort quality, and that we won't stand for less. If you have to come to Laramie, don't bring your RV! Go to a motel! - Jim Fulton
Sep 2018 - $55.00
Sites are so close together that when your neighbor's slide is out there is just enough to room to sneak between rigs. Our spot 108 backed up to I-80's exit ramp so we endured Jake brake noise all night. Noise fence perhaps? Wi-fi was totally unusable our entire stay. While I appreciate the office staff's honesty, their response was pathetic. "When the park is full the Wi-fi doesn't work". Apparently ditto for the 50A service, which dipped to 110 volts on occasion. Gravel road to gravel site. Grossly overpriced for our stay. We will not return. - ex777driver
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Packed in like sardines. Had to make sure to not step on our neighbor's sewer when leaving our camper. Large poles surrounding their WiFi antenna actually in our site. Could not use the picnic table at all due to the layout of the site. Laundry cost was $1/machine higher than the ones we've used before. Dryers cost $2.50/hr - couldn't adjust for shorter time as is common. No dispensers to purchase laundry supplies and no change machine. Might be open 24/7, but make sure you don't need help if office is closed. Sad. - Mack2383
Sep 2018 - $5.00
Forest Service campground, wish we could have stayed longer. Almost no amenities but that is expected.
When arriving at the first pay booth, if unoccupied proceed to campground area. There are two more self serve locations, one at the entrance to each of the two loops.
The site we stayed at was paved but had a slope so required leveling - tfemaker
Jul 2017 - $10.00
This is an absolutely beautiful, magical place with all the unusual rock formations & open land. The campground is easy to get to from I80 & has paved roads & parking pads. We enjoyed hiking around the rocks & watching the climbers. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10, is that there were only pit toilets. - User1684
Oct 2016 - $1.00
This is a dispersed (boondocking) campground. Amazing views and plenty of room for our 5th wheel, truck, firepit plus room for a couple of tents if we wanted. Our site was probably 1/8 mile from the nearest one to us. The price is right as it's free. No hookups - so bring your own power and water. You can run a generator 24 hours a day here and no one will mind. In October, we had the place almost to ourselves for about 7 miles. The road in is washboarded (bad) - but we brought our 44 foot 5w in doing about 5mph. Yes - we get jarred around - but the view, the amazing star views at night, serenity and quiet was worth it. The Feds do not care if you pick up wood here and there is wood everywhere for your fire. You need to drive past the pay sites (instead of turning left into the pay campground, continue on the dirt/gravel road straight ahead). The further you drive in - the better the views. Don't be alarmed if you see folks carrying guns as Wyoming is an open carry state. The only wildlife we saw in October was beaver and chipmonk - but did see tracks from antelope and something that looked like bear scat. On other review sites, people talked about trash left here. In October - we did not see any trash anywhere. We use AT&T for internet and phone and we had great service with both. fast internet and no dropped calls. - Don Self