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About Tie Flume Campground
National Forest
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ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
RVs and Trailers
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 40 ft.
Tie Flume Campground is located in Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming
44.7153 N
-107.4614 W
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4 Reviews of Tie Flume Campground
Clean, well managed and close to lots of activities

We are hikers and don't have ATV's, so hiking trails are a must for us.  Thankfully, the Tie Flume campground is near abundant hiking and ATV trails.  We found trails way off the beaten path and enjoyed three full days of hiking. 

Be aware that you will have to arrive with water in your tank if you are in an RV.  The hand pumps at the campground do not allow you to attach a hose.  The water was wonderful though.

There is NO cell service within 18 miles of the campground.  Additionally, there is no grocery store or even stocked service station within miles as well.  Come prepared with what you need for your entire stay.

The Burgess Junction dump station is great and you can fill water tanks there on your way in and dump on your way out.

Spacious and quiet- great!

Sites are very spaced out, so it is very private and quiet. Lots of wildlife and pine forest.

A popular atv location with moose that join you for breakfast

This was down the road from my last camp and had more nights open. It was a great find until I found myself the line camper in the middle of a family reunion. Putting that aside, it was a good campground.

you drive a couple miles down dirt roads into the mountains. This sets the tone for an adventure. The sites were good sized. The vault toilets and trash bins were looked after often. Picnic tables - with moose and deer visitors - were great.

I liked the tie Flume trail just a quarter mile down the road. Follow that road and go on a dirt road trip. Black Mountain fire tower is 10 miles down. Continue and get back to the main road. I stayed a couple days here. It’s centrally located to explore the northern Bighorns.

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Beautiful small campground in a lovely area!

This is a great campground that has much to offer. There are only 24 sites, none with hookups, so staying there is a more mellow experience that encourages listening to birds and chilling out. Nearby are hiking and ATV trails, history in the form of remnants of an old flume used to transport logs from the surrounding forest, and both river and lake fishing. Camp sites are large and wooded. Due to its elevation, the campground is refreshingly cool in the summer. A very nice campground if you enjoy a restful experience…stay a few days!