Pole Creek Group Campground is set amidst the pine forests and grasslands of southeastern Wyoming at an elevation of 7,800 feet. The site can accommodate up to 50 guests and offers access to mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and fishing. Natural Features: The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland encompass nearly 3 million acres from central and northeastern Wyoming to north-central Colorado. Lodgepole pine, aspen, fir, spruce and shrubs dominate the landscape of the national forests. The Grassland boasts numerous species of grasses and wildflowers that add color to the landscape during warmer months. Black bear, bobcat, coyote, elk, mule deer and moose are just some of the many animals that inhabit these rich and diverse lands. Recreation: Campers have access to a mountain biking, hiking and equestrian trail that leads to nice views of the surrounding scenery. The campground is also near the banks of the creek, which offers fishing. Facilities: The facility is spaced into six group sites and can fit up to 50 people total. There are flush toilets, as well as a nearby trailhead and horse corrals. Nearby Attractions: Countless outdoor opportunities exist in the surrounding national forests and grasslands, including hiking, biking, camping, horseback and off-road vehicle riding, fishing, hunting, sightseeing and winter sports.