My favorite part of the trip to this area was the Native American Medicine Wheel site, but we found some great hikes around here too. Good wildlife viewing. This is a small campground among scattered trees with big spread out sites. Great stream and rocky banks to explore. Nice and simple.
Porcupine Campground is quite popular because it is clean, has nice large sites with trees, and is a good base camp for hiking, 4-wheeling, fishing, and visiting the Medicine Wheel Archaeologic site. As my title mentions, there is a creek that runs through camp and is low enough by midsummer to allow kids to play and fish in it. Bathrooms are very clean, which is typical for Wyoming campgrounds. If the campground is full, there is dispersed camping nearby, down most of the dirt roads.