The Dickinson Creek Campground has 15 campsites and is located near the boundary of the Popo Agie Wilderness. No trailers over 20 feet long. Amenities include two vault toilets, picnic tables and cook grates. Potable water is not available. From this campground, there are several trails that lead into the Popo Agie Wilderness and to many mountain lakes, the largest being Shoshone Lake. Neaby Wind River Indian Reservation lands are private-- please be respectful of the private land boundaries and do not trespass. To cross tribal lands you and everyone in your party must purchase tribal fishing licenses.
The setting is awesome. Very remote, scenic and quiet. Besides one other group of campers we were the only ones there for 2 nights Easy access to nice trails. We saw elk, shooting stars and were paid a visit by a herd of horses from a nearby riding camp. It took approximately an hour of driving on dirt roads and switchbacks to get to but well worth it. Would have been 5 stars but we did not see a campground host and some TLC was needed in the toilets and a few of the campsites..