Deer Haven RV Park, located at 706 N. 1st St., offers shaded riverbank or river view RV campsites. Amenities include wireless Internet, hookups, picnic tables and fishing access.
Just north of Saratoga, the inexpensive Saratoga Lake Campground provides lake view campsites with electric hookups, picnic tables and fire pits.
Roughly 20 miles south of Saratoga in Riverside, Lazy Acres Campground offers shaded RV camping with full hookups from mid-May through October.
In the Medicine Bow National Forest east, south and west of Saratoga, campgrounds suitable for RV camping include Bottle Creek, Bow River, Deep Creek, French Creek, Jack Creek, Hog Park, Lincoln Park, Lost Creek, Ryan Park, Six-Mile Gap and South Brush Creek. Some campgrounds have length restrictions for vehicles, so check in advance.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) runs three campgrounds near Saratoga: Bennett Peak Campground, Corral Creek Recreation Site and Encampment River Campground.
Article Written By Alli Rainey
A professional writer since 1997, Harvard graduate Alli Rainey has written several books, including "Wyoming: An Explorer's Guide." Her articles have appeared in "Climbing Magazine," "Rock & Ice," and "Men's Fitness," among many others.