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About Bighorn National Forest Sitting Bull Campground
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Bighorn National Forest Sitting Bull Campground is located in Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming
Latitude
44.1912 N
Longitude
-107.211 W
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3 Reviews of Bighorn National Forest Sitting Bull Campground
Nice views of the Bighorn mountains

On Highway 16 across from the lake. There are great views of the mountains with nice wooded sites. The vault toilets were really clean and there was some bit of privacy between sites. Each site had the usual picnic table and fire pit (no bear boxes). In the evening there was a lot of wildlife in the meadow to watch, so try and get a site on the outside of the loop so you can watch. Because it was early in the season (the campground had only been open for a week when I arrived), they were not collecting fees yet (I double checked with the campground host). North Cove was across the street from the entrance and was very popular with fishermen and boaters.

Absolutely Beautiful

Camp here all the time, love it! Great walking trails, close to Meadowlark Lake, great fishing, awesome hosts, tons of ATV trails.

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Great summer camping!

We camp at Sitting Bull when we're rock climbing in Ten Sleep Canyon. The sites are all nice and large, under big pines. The campsites along the meadow are an amazing place to watch wildlife. We always see mule deer and elk and this last time we saw several moose!