Laramie and Southeast Wyoming Campgrounds

Laramie, Wyoming

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Campers have a choice between windy, flat prairie reservoirs and high-elevation cold in the Laramie area. The more popular campgrounds reside at elevations that generate cool days and cold nights all summer. Weather plays an important role in opening and closing dates for most of the campgrounds, with some not available until late July. The Vedauwoo Rocks between Laramie and Cheyenne offer rock climbers and adventure seekers an unforgettable experience. The unusual formations and placement of these ancient granite rocks go beyond the imagination. Golden aspen leaves make for an even greater enhancement for fall visitors. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Johnson Creek Reservoir, Hawk Springs State Park, Vedauwoo, Tie City, Pole Creek, Yellow Pine, Meeboer Lake, Gelatt Lake, Twin Buttes Lake, Lake Hattie, Spruce, Aspen, Pine, Willow, North Fork, Deep Creek, Bow River, Nash Fork, Brooklyn Lake, Sugar Loaf, Silver Lake, Lake Owen, Miller Lake, Boswell Creek, Pelton Creek, Rob Roy, Holmes, Bobbie Thompson, Pike Pole, and Pickaroon.

Laramie and Southeast Wyoming Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"Campers have a choice between windy, flat prairie reservoirs and high-elevation cold in the Laramie area. The more popular campgrounds reside at elevations that generate cool days and cold nights all summer. Weather plays an important role in opening and closing dates for most of the campgrounds, with some not available until late July. The Vedauwoo Rocks between Laramie and Cheyenne offer rock climbers and adventure seekers an unforgettable experience.

The unusual formations and placement of these ancient granite rocks go beyond the imagination. Golden aspen leaves make for an even greater enhancement for fall visitors. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Johnson Creek Reservoir, Hawk Springs State Park, Vedauwoo, Tie City, Pole Creek, Yellow Pine, Meeboer Lake, Gelatt Lake, Twin Buttes Lake, Lake Hattie, Spruce, Aspen, Pine, Willow, North Fork, Deep Creek, Bow River, Nash Fork, Brooklyn Lake, Sugar Loaf, Silver Lake, Lake Owen, Miller Lake, Boswell Creek, Pelton Creek, Rob Roy, Holmes, Bobbie Thompson, Pike Pole, and Pickaroon."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Laramie
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Local Contacts: Medicine Bow National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Laramie and Southeast Wyoming Campgrounds

Recent Trail Reviews

6/16/2006
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This is a guide about campgrounds in an area. The guide was very detailed, had decent maps and charts about campground amenities, and was written in a conversational way with a little humor. The info about the closed campgrounds was very helpful, as we didn't have much of a plan but were hoping to find some open spots that weren't covered in snow.



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May 2018