7 Parks near Rozet, Wyoming
Jul 2016 - $37.00
We were so pleasantly surprised. Although rustic, 50 amp great, level, easy setup, full hookups. Never had problem during week stay. Loved full private en suite bath facilities. Laundry great. Peace and quiet because of perfect location, yet we could pop over to granddaughter's rodeo competition in Gillette. (What a congested area over there..so glad we stayed here.) Hosts were great, helpful, friendly.. definitely would stay again...enjoyed rabbits, antelopes too! - ToniB
May 2016 - $38.00
Municipal water, gravel pull-through and back-in spots. 30 & 50 amp hookups. Cold weather rated water hookups, good pressure. We got delayed due to bad weather in May (8" hail). Owner stayed open late to check us in and assisted in hooking us up. Friendly and accommodating. - Treborw
Jun 2015 - $38.00
Very clean and tidy. Very quiet. Manager super friendly and helpful. Great wifi. A little expensive for one overnight stay with no real amenities. I'd stay here again but think it should be more like $28-$30 a night. - kiwitravelers
Jun 2013 - $32.00
This campground is located across the street from Cam-Plex. The parking spaces are gravel, there are small areas of grass between the spaces. Pull-throughs are 50 amp full hook-up, but tight. There appear to be long-term renters with rather junky looking stuff sitting around. It is surrounded by fields, so it is quiet at night. To summarize, this is a campground not a destination. We would not choose to camp here again. - Hoxiesgirl
Sep 2012 - $37.00
We stayed at this campground because there were no other options, other than a truck stop. It is dirty, messy, smelly and expensive (for what you get). Most of the sites are seasonal campers, and they do not keep up their property at all. There was insulation all over and half built rotting decks on some of the seasonal sites. It felt like a very run down trailer park. We made sure all of the doors and windows were locked at all times. The sites were gravel and very close together. You need to share a water hookup, so we had to run the hose under our camper and add an additional 100 foot hose in order to reach the hookup. The sewer hole (and it was only a hole) was so small our hose wouldn't fit in, so you had to hold it down while emptying the tanks. Since the hole was so small, it bubbled up while you were emptying. Very messy and smelly. I would never stay here again. - socerbruse
Aug 2012 - $28.00
Good overnight. Strong Wi-Fi. Gravel sites, it looks like they are set up for cold weather camping. Area has a strong job market and there are lots of full timers. - silverado
Jul 2013 - $32.00
We were here for the Escapade, and stayed in the Boxelder campground. We had FHU with 30 amp electric. All utilities worked well, and we had a clear shot of the sky for satellite. We had good weather while we were here, so we had no issues with mud or getting stuck (the poor folks at the FMCA rally a week or so prior to our arrival had a tough time with the mud after many days of heavy rain.) This is a very nice venue, and Gillette has all the conveniences you might need. Would definitely stay here again. - henny38
Jun 2013 - $32.00
Not sure if this park is open to the public as we were here for an FMCA rally. Very nice complex with clean and abundant bathrooms and showers. The only unfortunate part was heavy rains caused unbelievable mud in all of the dry camping areas of the complex. We watched at lease 50 coaches around us muddle their way through the mud. Many of us ended up staying an extra day until things dried out. Will not stay here again if rain is forecasted. - lmg
Jun 2013 - $35.00
Excellent power and water pressure here. Camping is on grassy hard-packed dirt. No issue getting in and out of the site unless there are very heavy rains right at the time that you are arriving or departing. We were here for two RV rallies and have found this convenient to the stores and restaurants in town. We would stay here again. - User2932
Jul 2016 - $45.00
OK for an overnight stay....but very pricey at $45 a night. - Gailmike
Oct 2015 - $38.00
The maintenance of the grounds was not great. The places to drain had broken lids. Looks like they have a lot of long term people staying there and and there seems to be no care taken to how they keep their sites.
We needed an overnight stay traveling through and it was quiet and fine for that. - Bogeycoton
Oct 2015 - $39.00
This is a repeat stay for me. I landed in Gillette on my way through and remembered this campground was year round. At this point in the year, wanted to go with a "known" place and not take a chance that something else was not open. No one in office when I arrived around 4:15 PM, but I called the phone number and left a message. I decided to pick my own spot and took a pull-through in the "F" section as the "C" section didn't appear to have sewer. The owner found me before I could call back to say "I'm in such and such a spot...." Yes, the front part before you get to the office looks run down, and yes, the spots are very close together, and trees may or may not interfere with your slides. This park is in a "so so" area of Gillette, but I felt relatively safe. Cash or checks, no discount. The owner was unable to tell me the base rate "before" taxes (I had to google the taxes myself) so the rate I am showing is with taxes. Good for an overnight. - DXSMac
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
Sep 2016 - $8.00
The Park is beautifully maintained. There is a dump station with drinkable water access at the entrance. The sites are large. There is a loop of the Park with electric/water hookups, although we dry camped. There are several loops to choose from, all very different from each other. It is only 20 miles from Devils Tower. - W-T
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Had a space that overlooked the lake, just simply beautiful.
Big spaces between campsites and very clean...
Wished we could have stayed longer. - happyflyer
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We stayed here for two nights on our way to Yellowstone. We took one of the days to visit Devils Tower, it is only about 30 minutes away. We had reserved in advance. When we arrived at our reserved spot we had problems backing in with our trailer (25 Ft) since the spot was hard to get into and not level at all. So we called back to the office and they allowed us to move to another more level site. The campground was not busy as we were there on a weekday. The office person we talked to seemed a little "put out" about our request, but allowed us to change.
We had a good view of the lake and also spent some time walking and biking around the park. We did not use the lake, but it had a nice marina also. This park has no showers, only composting toilets. There is a dump station at the entrance to the park. - Dooger54
Apr 2007 - $22.00
Nestled high on a ridge overlooking the KeyHole State Park and Reservoir is Cedar Ridge RV "Park." But beware, this is nothing more than a parking lot with full hook up sites and a non-existent office with sketchy locals manning the campground as their "base" for drug running and local underground deals. If you're looking for a cheap, quiet place to stay for a couple of nights, then this is the place for you. However, this is not the place you'd want to stay for more than one week. It takes over 45 minutes to get to Gillette (if you are a working camper / fulltimer) and the owners are VERY hard to get in touch with if you need them. (The office is NEVER open!) Beware of the permanent residents. Do NOT make friends or speak to anyone in the campground that looks as if they may steal from you, b/c they WILL! We will not return to this ***HOLE! Low voltage as well, almost ruined our A/C unit so we got the heck outta dodge!!!! RUN LIKE THE WOLVES! - lapo99