Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $8.00
This was a stopover on our way home from Yellowstone, but we could easily have stayed longer. The campground is in a beautiful location, the sites are large and well-spaced and although we missed it, we were told by another camper there was a mother and baby moose down by the river. Both the sunset and sunrise on the mountains was gorgeous, the campground was quiet and probably because of the time of the year - we didn't have any neighbors. We will definitely come back when we have more time to enjoy this campground. We camped at Sitting Bull Campground (Bighorn Natl Forest) in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here last night. No services. They do have vault toilets. 32 degrees this morning. Never unhooked the truck. This place is a 10. Moose in the cg. Beautiful meadow with the sun shining over it this morning. The thunder of running water (Karen tells me) when we went to bed. There were only 5 other campers in the park. We camped at Sitting Bull Campground (Bighorn Natl Forest) in a Fifth Wheel.
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We just stayed the night. See their web site under US Forest Dept for more information.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $15.00
Location, location location. Large enough for big rigs. Nice site next to meadow. Lots of wildlife including Moose. Good spacing between campsites. No cell phone access makes it perfect! We camped at Sitting Bull Campground (Bighorn Natl Forest) in a Fifth Wheel.
Sitting Bull CG is located in the Bighorn Mts. at approximately 8,600 feet. Located 43 miles west of Buffalo, Wy or 20 miles east of the town of Ten Sleep. There are some steep grades but they do have passing lanes and turnouts. Nice CG with sites that average 16 x 60 ft. and can easily accommodate any size RV. Vault toilets that were cleaned daily. There is water in the cg with some of the faucets threaded. All of the sites have fire rings with a grate and large picnic tables. We were in site #23 (some sites have more sun than others) and we were able to get our dome satellite in. No cell or Aircard service here but we were able to use our cell phone in the town of Ten Sleep which is 20 miles to the west. Beautiful drive, you won’t be disappointed! This campground allows ATV’s to be ridden in and out of the campground to the numerous trails in the area. We found the riders to be very courteous when riding in and out of the campground. If you have your Golden Age pass use it, the price is $7.00.. Stock up on food as there are no markets in the area. We camped at Sitting Bull Campground (Bighorn Natl Forest) in a Motorhome.