2 Parks near Moorcroft, Wyoming
May 2016 - $22.00
You have to know which part of the park to stay in if you want hookups as Tatanka campground is the only section with these amenities. There was no maps or explanations anywhere. You must go to the web site and figure out where you want to stay. Hook up sites are reservation only from May 15 to September 15. Other than that, the hookup sites are very spacious. Every site affords a view of some sort as they are terraced.
We were able to use our Verizon router for Wi-Fi. No AT&T cell service. - hoppers4
Sep 2015 - $22.00
We were fortunate to pick this destination and simply arrive, and get a site with W&E on Labor Day weekend. It's a popular place & there are lots of families, boats, kids, ATVs. We didn't realize there are 9 campgrounds here & 4 fee gates so study the map and know where you're headed. (Office hours are 7:30 -3:30). Many of the campgrounds are dry. All have pit toilets, adequate but we are glad to be self contained. Our site was fine for our 36' coach, with room for toad in front, a table & fire ring, tall trees and view of the water. Con: roads and sites are dusty gravel & the dust blows. However, the lake is stunning and we put our kayaks in easily at a beachside launch area. There is an excellent paved trail to the marina, playground area, small store, motel, several launch areas and plenty of space to enjoy this gem. Wyoming State Park system knows how to do it. - Gma Terrie
Sep 2014 - $22.00
This is a Wyoming State Park, which are fairly rustic, but certainly doable. We had a nice view of the lake with lots of nice shade trees. Easy access and plenty of space in-between your neighbors. Not much around for amenities, so make sure your refrigerator and cupboards are stocked. We traveled in a 37' RV. - M LaFarge
May 2016 - $25.00
Excellent place to spend the night, price was right and lady running the place is very nice. Gravel site with some shade. Utilities were easy to get at. Quiet at night, but busy during the day. We would stay again. - Travelled
Sep 2015 - $25.00
The Rangeland Court Motel and RV Park is both a clean, nice motel and small RV Park. The pride of a great small town place is evident and the owner Malinda has a true gem on her hands.
The sites are back ins and limited to at best 40 foot. FHU is at the back roadside corner and in a unique idea. Connections are buried in an old oil drum and the drum top covers it all up if not being used.
Solid Verizon, 4 bars but the hotel WiFi was somewhat hit or miss. - Gary Camp-Inn
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Nice little park at the rear of a motel off the main street. Good 50 amp, AT&T is good. Some road noise because of location and an occasional train. The neighbor across the street from the campground parks a trailer on the street and that makes backing into the site interesting. Management is friendly and open to suggestions. - walt66