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About Jack Creek

This remote campground hosts seven sites nestled in a small valley between Piney Pass and Phelps Mountain. Trailhead area has parking, hitching rails, corrals, and feeders.   16-day stay limit Water: Not available This site is not accessible to persons with mobility impairments No cell service Notes: Stock can be watered in Jack Creek or the Greybull River. Livestock are not allowed in the campground but may pass through to access trails or parking.  Stock trailers should be parked in the trailhead or horse camping area.  Loose stock is not allowed. Maximum spur 32 feet. 

National Forest
Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Jack Creek is located in Wyoming
44.109 N
-109.352 W
Get Directions
From Cody, take State Highway 120 south to Meeteetse, 32 miles. Then take State Highway 290 west. Continue on this road (the pavement ends after about 11 miles) for approximately 14 miles to the campground and trailhead.
1 Review of Jack Creek
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Nice little Campground in the Medicine Bow National Forest

Forest Service campground 28 miles outside of Saratoga Wyoming. It has 16 sites and a single vaulted toilet. Each site has a table and fire ring, but no Bear boxes. Road into this site is a bit washboard but otherwise is a decent road into some beautiful location. The sites can accommodate RV’s and trailers. Lots of quad roads to explore. Popular hunting location. First come first serve campground with minimal fee. Jack Creek is a nice fishing stream as well