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Established Camping

Meeks Cabin Campground

About

National Forest

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

Popular recreation activities within 5 miles of the campground include fishing and mountain biking.__ This campground is located outside the Mirror Lake Area.

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Location

Meeks Cabin Campground is located in Wyoming

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Directions

From Mountain View, WY, take State Rt. 410__south 12.9 miles to Blacks Fork Access sign (County Rt. 271).__ Turn left at sign onto Rt. 271 and go 13.1 miles to the forest boundary - here, Rt. 271 becomes Forest Rt. 058.__ Continue on Rt. 058 for 2.3 miles to campground sign.__ Turn left at sign and go 0.7 miles to campground.__

Coordinates

41.005205 N
110.583369 W

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Access

  • Drive-In
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  • WiFi
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  • Verizon
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  • AT&T
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  • T-Mobile
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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Group

Features

For Campers

  • Toilets
  • Alcohol

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3 Reviews

Mike E.
Reviewed Aug. 6, 2021

Meeks cabin

Great campground! The host here will likely guide you to the spot and help you set up camp. He is very friendly and helpful. There are 24 sites on a loop several are group sites. Two pit toilets on the loop both have men’s and women’s sides. A pine pole fence surrounds the area to keep the local livestock out. The access is from a dirt road shortly after leaving Robertson Wyoming. Roughly 12 miles of dirt road that is very well maintained until you enter the national forest then a couple miles of road that is rocky and has some good potholes. I was in a 24 foot motor home and taking it easy and picking the smoothest path it was not too bad. Worth it for the views and solitude here.

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Month of VisitSeptember
  • Review photo of Meeks Cabin Campground by Mike E., August 6, 2021
  • Review photo of Meeks Cabin Campground by Mike E., August 6, 2021
  • Review photo of Meeks Cabin Campground by Mike E., August 6, 2021
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K
Reviewed Jun. 21, 2021

Clean quiet campground

Important note: no water at the campground!! We found this campground while traveling east along Highway 80. It was about 45 minutes off of Highway 80 and the way we took it was all dirt roads through a lot of free ranging sheep. The campground itself is very quiet, and we were one of only three groups there. Each campsite is really clean, the bathrooms are vault toilets but they are very clean, and many of the campsites had wood for a fire. We met the campground host, a guy named Matt, and he was very friendly and inquired if the cleanliness was up to our standards. An important note is that the water has been turned off to this campground for about a year and there is no water at the campground. All of the spigots are covered and taped off. We asked Matt about that, and he said that back down the dirt road was a water source. Here’s the directions to the spigot. As you drive leaving the campground, there is a youth camp on your right a few miles down the road from the campground. Past the youth camp is a cattleguard. Past the cattleguard is a road with a gate. Then there is a turn out on the river side of the road (on your right if you’re headed away from the camp) and if you look very carefully at the edge of the turn out you’ll see a red water spigot. To try to find this going up the road towards the campground, your best bet is to go to the youth camp and backtrack. It’s a pretty great campground, aside from the water issue. We paid $18 a night for a single space. They have a number of pull through spaces, so if you have a tow behind you could actually get in pretty easily. 

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Month of VisitJuly
Alex C.
Reviewed Sep. 2, 2020

Wonderful hidden gem

We found this place completely by accident while exploring the high uinta mountains. It was such a great little campground, very secluded and private feeling sites, without being too far from everyone. Also, this place has yet to be discovered by the Corona campers, so not as crowded as everywhere else right now.

  • Review photo of Meeks Cabin Campground by Alex C., September 2, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there cell phone reception at Meeks Cabin Campground?

According to campers on TheDyrt.com, Verizon signal is unknown, AT&T is available, and T-Mobile is unknown.