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Dispersed Camping

Massey Meadow Camping Area

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Ashley National Forest

This is a dispersed camping area.

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Massey Meadow Camping Area is located in Wyoming

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40.624942 N
109.786187 W

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Amanda B.
Reviewed Sep. 28, 2016

Dry Fork to Massey Meadows-camping in Ashley Valley National Forest

Massey Meadows is a beautiful place to camp. Mostly wide open meadow like spaces where you just pull up your camper and park (dispersed camping). There are a lot of beautiful places you can explore, including Massey Cave. However, usage is so high that I recommend trying to camp a little lower in the Dry Fork Canyon area. The two are connected by a wonderful trail system called the Flume Trail. The Flume Trail runs next to the river, and is absolutely beautiful. It's huge for mountain biking and hiking, and offers 10 to 24 miles of trail. There are several developed campsites on both sides of the road, each with fire rings and picnic tables. I highly recommend camping in Dry Fork/Red Cloud Loop/Massey Meadows area.

  • Review photo of Massey Meadow Camping Area by Amanda B., September 28, 2016
  • Review photo of Massey Meadow Camping Area by Amanda B., September 28, 2016
  • Review photo of Massey Meadow Camping Area by Amanda B., September 28, 2016
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Amber A.
Reviewed Jul. 31, 2016

Colorado-like dispersed site, FREE

Lots of wildlife, didn’t see a bear though. Stargazing!! Tons of hikes in the area, can’t remember the names of the trails I did. This is dispersed camping from the US Forest Service so you drive around until you find a patch of grass or sand you like by the road (but only drive on the roads). Dispersed camping is very popular out west---do not expect any facilities. Best place to get more detailed info is just by calling the ranger office, as the road is closed in winter and reopening times vary. Beautiful and a true wilderness experience without having to haul your gear on your back!

Tyler S.
Reviewed Jun. 24, 2016

Plenty of wilderness

I spent 25 days camp on top the mountain above the meadows and hiked well over 100 miles in the back country. The scenery and wildlife was amazing. Deer, birds, moose and mountain lions cover this range. I spent my days foraging for mushrooms and berries to which I had found plenty of. Five stars in my book and will return as often as possible!

  • Review photo of Massey Meadow Camping Area by Tyler S., June 24, 2016
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