Six Mile Gap Campground is 2 miles off Highway 230 and provides access to the North Platte River and Platte River Wilderness Area. The campground has six tent sites and three pull-thru sites. Facilities include picnic tables, bear canisters for food storage, drinking water, toilets, fire grates, and trash service. Stay limit is 14 days.
A separate parking area is available for hikers and river floaters. Popular activities nearby include fishing, floating the North Platte River and hiking the Platte River Trail.
The North Platte River is classified as a blue-ribbon trout stream by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD). Fish species present include brook, brown and rainbow trout. Douglas Creek also offers good fishing opportunities. Special fishing regulations apply to the North Platte River upstream of Saratoga, Wyoming.
All watercraft (except for inflatables 10’ or less in length) must have a valid Wyoming Aquatic Invasive Species decal. Decals are available from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) online, at regional offices and at automated license vendors. For additional information on boating and fishing regulations, contact the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in Laramie or Cheyenne.
We were told by Google that this campground was permanently closed, but we went with The Dyrt's info, and it really panned out. We were the only ones there, it was a short walk down to the Platt (flys and lures only), and the tent site, fire-ring, and picnic table were in top notch condition. Would definitely stay here again.
…on six mile road near the CO/WY border. We did the float on the North Platte River. This is a minimal campground near the river with nothing more than a vault toilet. Great views of mountains and plains and even some pronghorns near the camp. I don’t remember if there was potable water or not. Lots of roads around here are dirt so call the rangers if you have concerns about your low clearance vehicle.