4 Parks near Little America, Wyoming
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Little America. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Little America in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $32.00
We had read about the pull through hill which is close to the office so we pulled up a bit short to register. The girl in the office was very helpful, I had left my water hose at the last RV camp and she found me one to buy. Each time I called, she was very professional and courteous. Pull through was a bit tight but doable. All hook ups worked great. Wifi iffy but useable. Level asphalt space. Will stay there when we go that way again. Worth the price. - Docook
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Pull-thrus are high on a hill, and geez, was it windy! Every time we opened the RV or tow vehicle door, dirt blew in.
We experienced a similar problem with pulling in too far to check in the office. Had to back up to make the turn up the hill. Lots of cars parked in front of office (locals) so it was difficult to determine where to stop. - bspe
Jun 2016 - $36.00
OK for overnight, but seems overpriced. Level pull through site with full hookups. Wi-Fi was spotty. We didn't use any other facilities.
We probably will not plan to stop in Green River again. - Alworth
Green River, Wyoming (map) | (435) 784-3483
Sites: 66 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 9 Reviews
Jan 2016 - $20.00
You can tent camp here but they are RV sites... No tent pads. The area to put an RV is incredibly short and the spaces are cramped. The grass is scrubby and you have to put at least one extra tarp under your tent. The camp host lost my reservation then blamed me. There is no access to the lake from the campground but there is a private marina close by. It was quiet, and the facilities were clean. The other campers were friendly. The fire rings are decent and the cabana was ok. No trees or shade. Overall it was just ok. - AmandaCamps
Sep 2015 - $16.00
We stayed here because we needed a spot for Labor Day weekend. As seniors we have a discount pass. The electric was 50amp but went off twice while we were there for low voltage. The sites are not level enough for a 40' MH with a long wheel base but we survived. There were supposed to be host working for the concessionaire but they were gone most of the time and consequently the restrooms and showers were not cleaned. People stopped at our site to ask how they were supposed to pay. The location is quite remote but there is a little store with the necessities close by. Verizon is very weak and we had to use an antenna and amp to get internet but no phone. ATT was strong. - rhianna
Aug 2013 - $13.00
This is a national forest campground adjacent to a privately-owned marina right on the Flaming Gorge/Green River. Wind break/shade shelters; some trees for natural shade. We paid $13 per might with Golden Age Passport. Great value. Ranger station on site; but not manned during the two days we were there. Campground host available. - hartk1
Jun 2015 - $10.00
This park is wonderful! A little out of the way but if you want to relax in a quite area, this is the place. It is beautiful to look at all the way around. I had read that it was hard to find. We didn't have a problem. Just 12 miles off the 1-91 and it is clearly marked. It is windy, perhaps that is just this time of the year. We did not use it, but there outside areas in every camp site that are covered. We saw all kinds of families using their patio areas.
Camp Host was friendly.....the whole experience was wonderful and we would come back again. - Brandl
Jun 2014 - $5.00
High rating for the wonderful views. The views make it worth the long trip into the park. Really good gravel pads. Sunrise and sunset are absolutely unbelievable. - mjtesky
Aug 2010 - $9.00
As other reviews have noted, this place is a ways of the Interstate but the roads are paved and in good condition. It is a beautiful location and a great place to just enjoy the peace and quiet, or to do some fishing and hiking. All of the sites are back-ins and have covered ramadas with tables. Some are double except as signed you pay only a single fee for them. There are no hookups but water is available and there is a dump station. The hosts are very friendly and helpful. We will camp here again when in the area. The rate reflects our Golden Age discount. - hwybnb
Jul 2013 - $27.00
The roads and sites of this campground are all gravel and somewhat level. They should put some more gravel in parts of the roads and sites. All sites have a full hookup. It is very quiet and scenic here. The distance to the neighbors is pretty close. The campground does not offer WiFi and our Verizon aircard also didn’t get a signal. We would have stayed longer if we could get an internet connection. The price for one night in this beautiful place ($25 + tax) is fair. Scenic, quiet, (somewhat) level sites, full hookups and a fair price make a total of 5 points. - RVer from Oregon
Jun 2013 - $25.00
This is a privately operated park on Forest Service land. It is located right next to the Forest Service campground. The park itself was just fine. There were full hookups, but that is where the amenities ended. The big draw to the area is fishing, and there seemed to be a lot of seasonal residents. The problem with the campground is the staff. The office is located in the marina store. The women who were working the weekend we were there were very rude and actually lied to us more than once. There is absolutely no cell or air-card service. We had to drive several miles to the top of a hill for reception. This is unnerving due to serious health problems. The campground is dirt and gravel. They did have a nice, little, green lawn at each site, but there was no decent place to walk a dog. The office staff told me in no uncertain terms to keep my dog on a leash; yet there were many dogs running loose or staked outside and dog waste was not picked up. I would not camp here again. - RosieandThumper