We stopped here to sleep on our way to Glacier NP. It was easy to find but off the main road and quiet. Very clean campsites with fire pits and trash cans. We drove around the campsite before we left, all the sites were camper trailer friendly and had grassy areas for tents. All for $5
We stayed here overnight on way to Devils Tower. We were able to make reservations in advance. The road we needed to turn on from the hwy could have been marked better. There was no cell service. The site was clean and very well maintained. The campground was nice and quiet. We did not use any of the facilities.
This was a large, clean campground. The hosts were very friendly. We had a bumper pull RV, our son joined us next day. The spot we were assigned had plenty of room for his tent, we parked his car in the main lot. There was no cell service and the wifi was not useful for uploading photos.
It is located centrally (north end of needles hwy) so we were close to all the things we wanted to do; Mount Rushmore, Custer State park, Needles Hwy, Jewel Cave, Crazy Horse, & Praire Berry Winery.
We loved this campground. It was at the gate to the park, had great views, and they show 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' every night, outside with the tower in the background. Very cheesy but very cool. The campground is nice, not a lot of open space between each spot, but it did not feel overly tight.
We have tent camped and camped with an RV here. I really like this campground. It is well kept and the hosts are friendly. It is very beautiful with lots of trees. The campsite roads are narrow, a few of the sites are small, good for a tent or small pop up. If you have a large 5th wheel I would recommend a reservation. Our 20' trailer fits in the spots nicely. The boat ramp is easy to access with lots of parking for boat trailers.
This site is nestled in a group of trees on the east side of the Green River. Clean, friendly camp host, there is a short dirt road to get there. Sites are easily accessible, we will camp there again.
Lots of feathered wildlife, including turkey vultures, eagles, and osprey. The campsites are close to the beach, with nice views of the wind river range.
I give it only 3 stars because several of the sites have the same RVs parked there for weeks at a time, if not all summer, with no occupants on the weekend, leaving few sites available. It does not seem to have any limits enforced.
During July, when the weather gets hot, the bugs are very bad. Before visiting read boating regulations carefully.
This website has Warren Bridge, and Warren Bridge Campground listed with the same location on map. I believe the Warren Bridge Campground refers to the paid camping with hookups. Warren Bridge also has 12 sites along the west side of the Green River, some are multi space sites, which I believe this listing is referring to. No hookups, no fee, first come first serve. No drinking water and no sanitary dump, they are at the paid campground. The sanitary dump at the paid campground is available for a small fee.
We have camped here several times. The bathrooms are very clean, fishing is outstanding. If this is your first visit and you are hauling a RV examine the entry for site 10, it is very rough. Sites 1 & 2 are small.
16 miles of rough dirt road, I recommend tent camping only. It would be very hard on a RV. I would give 5 stars if road was better. This is one of my favorite places to camp. Clean well kept sites, fishing, hiking trails, and outstanding scenery. This is bear country, be prepared.
A dirt road to access the campground, a bit washboard but not bad. No tents or soft pop up campers because bears frequent the area. Keep bear spray handy. Camp was clean, camp host was very friendly. We visited over Labor Day it was very cold at night. I will definitely be back for more camping.