2 Parks near Laramie, Wyoming
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Helpful and friendly staff and a very clean park. WiFi is worthless and the proximity of the park to the interstate make this a disappointing stop. OK for an overnight on your way to somewhere else but nothing more. - tree_skier
Jul 2015 - $42.00
An overnite stay. This is an older KOA and the sites were close. Interior roads were narrow. But it was fine for one nite. Cable TV not easy to use. They provide a cable box. Hooking up is tricky and we didn't get all the channels they indicated. - The B_s
Jul 2015 - $45.00
There was a lot of rain and they were doing their best to keep the sites dry. They allowed us to select our site so we could select the driest site. The sites have gravel and some of the roads are dirt but everything held up pretty well in some very heavy rain. Our site was in the last row closest to the highway where the longest sites are located. The site was long enough for our 39 foot RV and the toad. There are great grassy areas to walk the dog. The RV park is convenient to the highway. The internet worked well at times and was very slow at other times. The facilities are very well kept and clean.
The part of the park we were in had a lot of highway noise. The trucks on the highway could be heard clearly and loudly at our site. We did not have a problem sleeping but you do not want to leave your windows open. Other parts of the park with the shorter sites are quieter.
If you are going to Laramie, it is a nice park in a good location. - Ludmilla
Aug 2012 - $10.00
We planned to stop here overnight. This is a National Forest Campground just off I-80 between Cheyenne and Laramie Wyoming. We had backed into the the only available site left, just at dark when the Camp "Host" (volunteer) asked us to leave as she said someone had already 'reserved' that site by sticking a piece of paper on the post where you clip your stub after filling out your vehicle information and dropping the $10 fee in a locked box. You CANNOT Reserve Nat Forest Campsites, and she did not know who the people were or if they had even paid, but still insisted that the site was spoken for and that we move. We were upset and left, BEWARE overzealous "Camp Hosts" in National Forest Campgrounds! Although pretty scenery, no hookups and you could still hear the noise from the interstate. - Miaoreo