The Corral Creek Campground is in a scenic setting near the North Platte River, which makes it great for fishing and floating. The campground has 6 campsites, vault toilet, day use parking and a foot trail to wade fishing. Each campsite features a picnic table, fire ring or grill, and parking space. No pull-throughs please. This area has juniper, sagebrush and grasses primarily, and is near a riparian area. Visitors will see a variety of wildlife including bald eagles, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, wild turkeys, mule deer, mountain lions, grouse, rattlesnakes. Both rainbow trout and brown trout are abundant.
Campsites have picnic tables and fire rings. Each site has a garbage can. Horses are permitted. Set among a rocky outcropping near Bennett’s peak… between the two campgrounds there’s over 25 sites to chose from. Was there over the 4th of July holiday and only 1/3 of the sites were taken. There’s more trees at Bennett peak. Coral camp is a little more exposed and perched uphill from the North Platte River.