8 RV Parks near Rozet, Wyoming
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Excellent park. It may look dry and brown like a dessert but is is everything you could want. Everything was in tip top shape. Owner was friendly. I called ahead and he warned me of the RR tracks. Hi slow. They are to be repaired. Easy access as the other road has a 70 mph limit and is as Smith as I-90. - Beas
Aug 2017 - $30.00
We were pleasantly surprised to arrive at this park in Rozet. The sites were full hook up and spacious and ours was level. Apparently, there are fire rings available but currently no fires are allowed in Wyoming. It was delightful to have clean laundry facilities handy on site. We had chosen this location so that we could drive to see the eclipse. One of the key pleasures of being here was the quiet. People had mentioned trains going by and there certainly are trains but the tracks are far enough away that you're only remotely aware of the train signals. Antelopes, cattle, and sage grouse were ever present in our viewing area. Wi-Fi was available and convenient for our uses. No charge for the Wi-Fi. Television reception was minimal over the air. We do not have satellite but in speaking to neighbours, satellite reception is ideal. The park is easily accessible from Route 90 and convenient to the town of Gillette as well as Devils Tower. - John-Jean
Aug 2017 - $42.00
Friendly helpful staff. Very quiet. Side of a hill with long views. Too expensive for what you get. All rock. - rolltide19
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
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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
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Steep climb, sharp turns but manageable. Sites are close, fairly level. Park is quiet. Big negative is the trashy permanents. Why do RV parks allow trashy permanents? Why do permanents have to be trashy? Poor, I understand, but not trashy! - Cat Woods
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here overnight on our way through town. Nothing fancy but adequate. Lots of hunters in the area this time of year. Steep grade and sharp corner entering the park. Quiet and peaceful. - Spirit Creek Farm
Jul 2016 - $45.00
OK for an overnight stay....but very pricey at $45 a night. - Gailmike
Jun 2017 - $25.00
No way this is an 8! It is 5 rv sites in the back of a motel on the corner of a busy street. Had a reservation but after seeing the "park" we decided to leave, didn't feel safe. Sites 1 -3 are under or near a tree so our 5th wheel would not fit. Sites 4 & 5 are in the open. - newbies2016
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 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 2017 - $23.00
First, the dump station is right outside the park entrance, so we dumped and disconnected the jeep while dumping. Then, when we get to the check in station, about 50 yards away from the dump station, they wanted us to pay for an extra vehicle since it wasn't towed in!!
Several campgrounds in the park, but we stayed in the Tatanka loop, so this review is specific to that loop. Hilly campground, but while the gravel pads had some degree of levelness to them, there wasn't a lot of level areas anywhere. Depending on your location and wind direction, you may get to "enjoy" the stench from the pit toilets.
Very crowded on the weekends and most people seem to come for the water access as there were a lot of boats on the reservoir. Don't wash your rv before arriving. The roads are all gravel and very dusty so when cars go by, they kick up a lot of dust which coats everything!
About the only positive thing I can say is that the park is fairly close to Devils Tower which is awesome. Oh, and the long concrete walking path is very nice. It also is pretty quiet at night once the noisy neighbors turn in.
A few sites in the Tatanka loop are big rig friendly and offer water and 50 amp electric. We had open sky on our site (11) for satellite reception, but I suspect most sites are too tree covered. Useable AT&T for internet and decent Verizon coverage.
If your main motivation for visiting the area is Devils Tower, I'd suggest a private park closer to the monument. If you enjoy water sports, don't mind the dust and smell, you may enjoy it here. - Jerry and Betsy
Jun 2017 - $22.00
Park is located on a beautiful lake. Sunset was also beautiful. Site was loose stone/dirt and not level. Dusty dirt roads through out park. Site is W&E only with table. Experienced 1st hail storm which locals stated was quite large for Wyoming. Several RVs had damage. - rvgirl54
Jun 2017 - $22.00
We had two nights here, 2 spots. First spot in Tatanka was no. 2. Easy to back into, no satellite with trees, beautiful view of the lake. Second spot no 20 had no trees, no shade and no view of the lake. It's easy navigation even for big rigs, trash barrels all over, walk dog around loops, concrete picnic tables in good shape with fire pit. Dump when arriving if you need to, it is a long road back. Maybe seemed so because they were re-doing the road. The only issue for us was the dust every time a vehicle passed. Clouds of dust would waft up and create a haze which just hung in the air. It was a busy place too with frequent vehicles! Great place for fishing and camping. - dorcol
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Nice small park, no extra perks other than the owners. We were having problems with our slide, we asked for a screw/bolt and they got down and help fix it. We spent the evening visiting with them, was like catching up with long lost friends. If you want to visit Devil's Tower stay here and enjoy a nice quite park and great company. They have cabins, guesthouse and tent sites. Oh and got some fresh garden vegetables too! Covered picnic table. - grandma/pa
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This is a small park located in a very quiet area of Pine Haven, Wyoming (gateway to Keyhole State Park). The park is nice and quiet and the owners are the nicest most accommodating people you will ever meet. My wife and I stayed there for almost a month and left for a couple of days to explore Rapid City, ND. We were hauling a motorcycle with us and really didn't need to take it to Rapid City and we were coming back to Empire. The owner offered to store our motorcycle in his enclosed storage area at no charge, super guy! They are always offering to help with anything you may need. The park has a small store with fishing tackle, bait and snacks. There is a grocery store across the street with anything you may need for dinner, very convenient. My wife and I will be back next summer, they are great! The only reason we gave it an 8 is because they don't have cable TV, swimming pool or recreation room. - Raomin Ranger
Aug 2017 - $28.00
The most important part of any business is the working staff - they give the first impressions and long term feeling of being welcomed ... not this place, the host's only concerns are the long-term residents - three in number - their dogs run free - and their junk is UN-checked. We will not return to this park! - bobbodean
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