Great spot to camp en route on your road trip. Pretty sunsets and scenery. Basic. Looked like probably good fishing. Not sure about hiking and we didn’t visit the dinosaur tracks unfortunately.
The campground itself is kinda cool. Good usual amenities in usual National Park fashion. The wild nightlife that can be seen and heard is really, really cool. And of course the hiking and views are absolutely incredible.
Incredible campground setting!!! Absolutely beautiful. Crystal clear water that’s fun for kids and adults. Really interesting things to do and see in the park. Not too hot in the summer. We went 2 summers ago and my kids still talk about it.
The ONLY reason I did not give this campground a glowing 5 stars was because of the staff. There was one man in particular who was just a jerk and rude. There was some other staff that were just not pleasant & welcoming but they weren’t jerks. I did call the main administrative offices to report the man I referenced above and of course they apologized and said they’d take care of it appropriately, I never knew the outcome.
A private company owns (I think) and operates the campground. It’s nice and clean with good amenities. It does fill up on weekends quickly. The campground itself isn’t what I go to WMWR for but I’m not at all disappointed by the campground. Lots of trees and wildlife. Bison can and do walk through the campground which unique and pretty amazing.
There’s lots to do in the Refuge like shorter and somewhat long hikes as well as fishing and non-motorized boating. Watching wildlife like the bison and prairie dogs are very entertaining and remarkable. The towns of Meers and Medicine Park have their unique offerings as well. WMWR is a fabulous place to get away for flatlanders….or anyone really.
It’s amazing because you’re in RMNP but the campground itself is nothing special. It’s efficient, easy to find, right off HWY 34, bathrooms not a far walk. The views are great of course because, again, it’s in RMNP. If it weren’t in RMNP it probably would get at least 1 or 2 less stars. It’s not a campground to go and stay at but one to go and sleep at in between adventures in RMNP. I will say it’s right by the headwaters of the Colorado River, which is more like a large stream at that point, and there were people going fly fishing so that me another reason to camp at this campground.
Awesome 4 tent campsites tucked away at end of parking lot. A short jaunt from vehicle to campsites so does require carrying your gear. Pretty neat. Highly recommend.