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Swift Creek Campground

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Bridger-Teton National Forest

Seven shady campsites are nestled at the base of the Salt River Range right along the musical Swift Creek just outside Afton, Wyoming. A single faucet is available at site 1, and an accessible toilet is provided in the center of the campground. Large picnic tables welcome family groups for meals.

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$10/night for single unit, 8 units available.

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Reviewed Jul. 13, 2022


Locked gate with a “no overnight camping” sign

Month of VisitJuly
Bryce B.
Reviewed Jul. 20, 2021


Campground no longer exists

Month of VisitAugust
Carrie C.
Reviewed Aug. 12, 2017

Ranger Review: Lilytrotters Compression Socks at Swift Creek Campground

This is a great place just 2 miles from Afton, WY along the beautiful blue Swift Creek! I was visiting Afton for the annual Lincoln Couny Fair. I opted for some peace and quiet and a babbeling brook vs. the crowds/music/noise of the campground located at the fairgrounds. With some trail running too!

Campground Review: I thought the campground would be busier on such a busy weekend, but there was only one other campsites occupied other than myself. The campground had some damaged roads making some sites non-accessible, but other wise it was maintained and tidy, a bit overgrown, but I don't think it sees heavy use. The vault toilets were tidy and well stocked. Water was available, and I bet it is pristine spring water, however I had packed pleanty and didn't use it. The bonus to this campground: they don't allow ATV's in the campground, which keeps noise and dust down. (Guess that may be a bad point if you're an avid off-roader) Swift Creek flows through the campground and many of the campsites. It offers excellent trout fishing and is spring fed and is the clearest blue color. Up from the campground about 4 miles you can hike into Intermittent Spring. It's very pretty and I recommend visiting! The road up the canyon follows Swift Creek and passes a couple waterfalls and super fishing holes!

Product Review: FIVE STARS! Lily Trotters Compression Socks https://www.lilytrotters.com/ Occasionally, The Dyrt will offer Rangers gear to reiview. I was offered the opportunity to demo the Lily Trotters Compression Socks. I've had a few opportunities to wear these compression socks before posting this review, and I LOVE them! I've worn them hiking and trail running and the definitely decreased leg fatigue. I think I'm going to find a new love of running! Before using any kind of compression, my calves would burn when I ran, so I used it as an excuse not to. This would happen on long hikes as well. I think these socks are my answer to longer and more challenging hikes and a new love for running! Thank you for broadening my love of adventure! I hope to climb the Grand Teton soon and I will be rocking my Lily Trotters!

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Swift Creek Campground is located in Wyoming

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From the Town of Afton, Wyoming, head north on United States Highway 89 (US-89)then make a right turn onto East 2nd Avenue and follow it for approximately one mile into the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Once on the forest the road name changes to Swift Creek/Forest Service Road 10211 (FS-10211). Follow FS-10211 for approximately 0.4 miles and access to the Swift Creek Campground is located off to the right. Approximate travel details from the Town of Afton: 2 miles, 6 minutes.


42.72516726 N
110.90658667 W

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