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About Deer Creek

This primitive campgrounds hosts six sites on Deer Creek. The Deer Creek trail leads to the Washakie Wilderness. It's only a short hike to scenic Deer Creek Falls. 16-day stay limit Water: Not available This site is not accessible to persons with mobility impairments   Notes: Maximum spur 16 feet

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Location
Deer Creek is located in Wyoming
Latitude
44.159 N
Longitude
-109.62 W
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Directions
From Cody, travel south on State Highway 291 (South Fork Road) for 47 miles to the campground.
1 Review of Deer Creek
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Beautiful, private and free

it’s a 42 mile drive out of Cody to this campground so it was relatively quiet with few other campers. there are only 6 sites, two of which had 5th wheel campers parked in them with no sign of the owners for the 3 days we stayed. the sites are large and far apart. there is one pit toilet which was remarkably clean for such a remote site. No potable water but a fast flowing creek ran behind our site so we had water to wash with after we boiled it. The only two drawbacks IMO (and they are minor) are that the road runs through the campground so there is a bit of traffic and directly behind our site is a horse corral which may have contributed to the abundance of flies. in spite of that, it’s a great place to camp. Beautiful, private and free!