It feels like a municipal campground close to a town, so I was worried about rowdy weekend activities. There was some loud music for an hour or so, but it was just a wedding at one of the pavilions, so hard to be too upset about that.
Some great views and the sites were spaced pretty well. Not complete privacy, but mostly because the thinning out of trees, not because of close quarters.
Bathrooms were clean. Verizon cell service was good.
Our site had a fire ring and a picnic table and was pull through.
Don’t understand the need to blast music throughout the campsites. Multiple house parties up here. Trees were carved up with initials…did not feel aligned with this place seems more like a place to party than appreciate nature….
Awesome camping on Casper Mountain. 15 minutes to town makes it convenient. The camp sites are always kept up well.
We really enjoyed camping at Casper Mountain. We specifically stayed at the Bear Trap campground. You have plenty of room to put your tent and keep it far from your cooking area.
We camped out at Beartrap with another family from church. I have never camped here, and was surprised at how nice it was, even though it was really busy. All of the campsites were occupied, but it was never loud, with the exception of a couple of dogs in the middle of the night. We were allowed to have a fire, so we made a nice one in the fire pit, and grilled up some burgers and dogs. A great thing about this campground is that most, if not all, of the campsites have water. The bathrooms are really nice compared to most campsite restrooms. I mean, it is still just a hole in the ground, but it didn't stink like others that I have encountered. The campsites are roomy, but only a few are flat enough to set up our rooftop tent. I would recommend this site if you are looking for a fun place to relax :)