Bighorn National Forest Sibley Lake Campground
Veronica S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 24, 2022

Small, beautiful, little privacy

The campground is fairly small. They installed one bear box for all on our loop to share. We just kept everything in the car. When we got here, the host stopped by and introduced himself. Said there is a black bear frequenting the campground and we should not leave anything that smells out. The sites are wooded, but fairly close together. Not a whole lot of privacy. Lots of generators running. I never did figure out where we were supposed to dump our wash basins.. the sites along the woods kind of made it akward to go out there and spread it. There weren't any marked drains or anything. 

The squirrles here are endlessly entertaining. There were even a robin and squirrel playing? Or maybe the squirrel was causing trouble. See video. You can walk to the small, damned lake and explore. We did nearby Black Mountain Lookout trail and it was amazing.

Month of VisitAugust
  • Super tame squirrel. Might be the same one that actually jumped off my leg while running away from the bird.
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  • Review photo of Bighorn National Forest Sibley Lake Campground by Veronica S., March 24, 2022
  • Robin vs Squirrel
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  • Review photo of Bighorn National Forest Sibley Lake Campground by Veronica S., March 24, 2022
  • Review photo of Bighorn National Forest Sibley Lake Campground by Veronica S., March 24, 2022