RV Parks near Marbelton, Wyoming

RV Parks near Marbelton, Wyoming
Marbleton is located in southwest Wyoming. Campers visiting the area have choices in both full amenity and primitive campsites suitable for RVs and travel trailers. With the Bridger-Teton National Forest located on the western side of town, outdoor enthusiasts will not be at a loss for things to do. The area offers opportunities for hiking, skiing, fishing, mountain climbing and biking, wildlife viewing, or just sitting back and enjoying the beautiful vistas.

Rob's Roost RV Park

Located in the middle of the city of Marbleton, Rob's Roost RV Park is a quiet and well-maintained park with 17 campsites that accommodate both RVs and travel trailers. The privately owned park is open for business year-round. All campsites are full hook-up, with a pull-through site available for bigger rigs. There are restrooms and showers available for use and the park is pet-friendly. The Green River is a mile east of the park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest is 20 miles west, offering opportunities for outdoor enjoyment.



Rob's Roost RV Park

16 E. Third St,

Marbleton, WY 83113

307-276-3611

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Sacajewea Campground

Sacajewea Campground, managed by the U.S. Forest Service, is about 25 miles west of Marbleton. This well-maintained campground is located on the eastern edge of the Bridger-Teton National Forest and is open June 15 through Sept. 30. Self-contained RV campers will appreciate the 26-site campground's wooded peacefulness. The campground has running water, no electricity and there are bathroom facilities available. Grizzly and black bears inhabit the area so handle, store and dispose of food and trash properly. Middle Piney Lake is 3 miles away, offering fishing opportunities and the trailhead to Wahelo Falls and Wyoming Peak.



Sacajewea Campground

Big Piney Ranger District

Bridger-Teton National Forest

Big Piney, WY 83115

307-276-3375

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Dispersed Forest Camping

RV campers who are self-contained and desire total privacy in a primitive area can utilize the dispersed camping areas located within the forest. The opportunities for enjoying dispersed camping sites throughout the Bridger-Teton National Forest are almost endless. The forest begins 20 miles west of Marbleton, with dispersed camping areas located at the Piney, Cottonwood and LaBarge drainage areas. Since no amenities such as water, electricity or bathrooms are located throughout the area, campers should come prepared with enough water, fuel and food to sustain them. The maximum limit for a stay in one place is 16 days. The dispersed camping areas are located in grizzly and black bear country, requiring proper storage and disposal of food and trash. Contact the Big Piney Ranger District for updated camping information and requirements.



Dispersed Campsites

Bridger-Teton National Forest

Big Piney Ranger District

315 S. Front St.

Big Piney, WY 83115

307-276-3375

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Article Written By Joyce Starr

Joyce Starr is a professional writer from Florida and owns a landscaping company and garden center. She has published articles about camping in Florida, lawn care and gardening and writes for a local gardening newsletter. She shares her love and knowledge of the outdoors and nature through her writing.

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