5 Parks near Pinedale, Wyoming
Jul 2010 - $20.00
Not much changed since last person's review. The location in town is good, and it was quiet enough, but the many semi-permanent residents were not friendly, and spaces are very cramped. The showers are old and small, but clean. Our electric site was without electric, and the first site we were given was actually already taken. The laundry was horrible; 3 washers at $1 per load, but the dryer was $1.25 for 15 minutes. We only stayed minimal time. - JunebugW
May 2006 - $22.00
Could go into a lengthy explanation of my experience. But, will only say that you should look very closely before you commmit. It is in an industrial area. Beer bottles were laying around the office on May 10th. Workers on an adjoining project are living on site in what appear to be permanent and very old trailers. I was directed to a "full hookup site" which had no sewer and no water. Owner stated that the "season" had not started. Large "dry/tent" area that I was told would be $18.00 per night. An employee and a lady who said she was "left in charge" were very nice. - ebrl97
Jul 2016 - $6.00
They just opened the new section next to the lake. All pull-throughs in that area, wide asphalt road and pads, new tables, fire rings and bathrooms. It is absolutely perfect. There are scattered water spigots, but only for filling small containers. Since there is NO DUMP, they don't want you filling your water tank. The bathrooms are toilets only, no showers. There is no electricity. This is totally dry camping, but the scenery and upgraded sites make it worth it. The town of Pinedale is charming, with a few good enough restaurants and a few cowboy bars. We really enjoyed our stay and will return. - Tim and Susan from NC
Jul 2010 - $12.00
This is a beautiful lake with lots of hiking nearby. Some of the spaces are a little narrow and difficult to get into with a larger rig. Very quiet, weak Verizon signal. - sunbadgers
May 2009 - $6.00
Golden Age rate. This is a National Forest campground in Bridger-Teton National Forest. Very large campground on beautiful pristine, glacial Lake Fremont which is 9 miles long. Some sites with lake view and a few sites at lakeside. Lots of privacy. Fishing, boat ramp and sandy beach in campground. No hookups or dump station but there are pit toilets and water throughout park. 7 miles from Pinedale with all services and the Museum of the Mountain Man. Saw many antelope in area. Our site was very large with a great view of the lake and snow-capped mountains. - mvano
Aug 2015 - $9.00
For the price this is a great campground. Otherwise it is average. 50 amp, water, sewer, free wifi. The wifi is good. The water pressure is low. Large sites and easy to maneuver big rigs in.
It is a large gravel area with sites. No trees to speak of. No grass at all. The restrooms are ok, but there are no showers and no laundry. No clubhouse in spite of the listing (the managers now live in it).
There is road noise from 191, but not too bad. There are good restaurants in Pinedale, and Lake Fremont is lovely. Pinedale is trying to become another Jackson, and they mights succeed.
When we were here there were four permanent rigs with plywood skirting, but they were well kept. There were only one or two transients at any time so the park was 80% empty. Very quiet and lots of space between rigs.
One of the permanent residents lets his German Shepherd run loose. It barked at me once and wasn't a real problem.
The managers have day jobs so the office is vacant most of the time. You just pick a site and try to track them down when they come home. They were friendly.
Like I said, for the Resort Parks International price of $9 it was a deal. - sfrantz
Aug 2015 - $10.00
I was early for my Yellowstone National Park reservations so I decided to stay at Wind River RV Park. This is a no frills campground. I used my RPI membership to stay here. The campground is between managers at this time August 2015. I called the number on the office building and found a campsite. Friendly campers told me the owner will get back to me and eventually she did. Our at&t wifi hotspot didn't work here. The at&t cell phone service was good. The campground has a washer and dryer area. An osprey nest is located near the entrance of the park. This is a small campground. I found the campers friendly. We met a nice couple here. I saw a few permanent residences. There is a German Shepard that walks around the park unleashed but he didn't bother our Yorkshire terrier or us. I was busy exploring the area. I would stay here again. - Seize the Day RV Adventures
Jul 2015 - $8.00
Some sites have broken water hookups, most overgrown with grass, and dog feces in the back up sites. If we weren't traveling in a group, I don't think we would have felt safe here. It's definitely in the middle of nowhere and has zero frills. With that said, we did see some bunnies, elk, and owls. The bathrooms were also very clean and a 24 hour laundromat onsite was just what we needed for our one night stay. - Wendle123
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Very nice park with very wide and very long pull thru sites. Had no problem with our 42 foot coach and tow vehicle. Utilities were a bit spread out. We were as far back as we could be and still reach the electric, but would not have been able to dump without moving the coach. Other than that, very nice place for an overnight in route to the Yellowstone area. People were very friendly. Some full timers, but not many. Sites very spread out with lots of room and good views of the mountains. Believe them when they say they get high winds. Got caught in 42 mph gusts on our way into the park, but they died down as fast as they came up. We would stay here again. - Theresa11101
Jul 2016 - $31.00
By far the best park I have ever stayed at. The spaces are huge and staggered so that everyone gets a view of the mountains. The staff is more than friendly, they made me feel like I was home. The owner is constantly mowing and watering the grass. I don't know what the daily rate was since I stayed for a month and a half, but the rate was more than reasonable. Electric is included, which was nice when running two air conditioners in the summer. - Mike Benedik
Jun 2016 - $31.00
This was the ideal stop for us en route from Dinosaur National Monument to Yellowstone National Park. It was convenient, tidy and management was friendly, accommodating and shared a sense of humor. Our site was level with easy hookups. Everything worked as expected. The bathrooms were spotless. The only down side was that one of the long-term residents was using both washers and dryers when we needed to use them. - Desert Beacon
May 2016 - $10.00
We checked RV Park Reviews before staying here and found the park to be missing some stars; we would give it 10 stars! Camp hosts were amazing! We enjoyed our time with them and learning about the area. The views are spectacular with the surrounding mountain ranges. A perfect little piece of paradise. Watch for antelope, blue birds and moose. Nice big pull through sites, generator allowed 7am-10pm, nice picnic areas and great fire pits. Water spickets close by and dump station available for $5. Definitely would stay again! - Barry_Darcy
Sep 2015 - $10.00
This campsite was meant to be a stopover after visiting Yellowstone, but we liked it so much once we were parked, that we decided to relax and stay an extra night. It's dry camping with generator hours between 7am-10pm, and water spigots and dump station available. All sites are pull-thrus and widely spaced. Open prairie lands here but gorgeous views of the mountains and river. The camp host greeted me as I made my way to the fee station and gave me all the info, including temperature forecast for the night (25F) and was very friendly. Only 3 campers here when the sun set, and the host said they never fully fill the campground in peak season, so there's always availability and not strict about check-out time. The best part for me is the Verizon signal, there's a tower close by so full bars and over 64% LTE signal strength, according to mifi. - Sara C.
Jun 2015 - $5.00
Great place to stop over to or from Jackson, especially with the right govt. pass for 1/2 off. Be prepared for very cold nights at 7000+ ' altitude. Super nice hosts. Clean vault toilets, water hose refill, dump station, day use area. - Annie's Song