We just stayed here for one night traveling back from Yellowstone. Campsites seem fine and level, but somewhat close together.
There was one obnoxious camper who was making a lot of noise after hours right across from the host. I’m no prude but some loud mouth dropping f-bombs with a zillion kids around is not okay.
Dump station was just fine.
These sites are very beautiful and are very well spaced. Road past the established campground is VERY rough with a camper in tow. Hard to find the designated sites in the dark so arrive before nightfall. This area is clearly open to grazing and cattle come through and there are some cow pies, but no big deal.
Only stayed one night. Wish we could have stayed longer. Some people clearly are regulars and it’s easy to see why. Looks like a good bouldering and rock climbing destination.
Some sites are closer to Happy Jack Road, which is a beautiful scenic backroad between Laramie and Cheyenne.
We saw a moose on our way into the campground! There’s about 9 miles to drive on gravel that’s not the best but worth it. Sites are fairly exposed with little shade. Lots of trails in the area and a nearby waterfall gives it a nice soundtrack.
Campground host runs a generator that sounds like it had a hemi in it.
Pit toilets seem fine, for a pit toilet.
Stopped here on our way from East Tennessee to Yellowstone. The campground we stayed at was called Campground #3. Confusingly called Cornflower loop on the reservation website but never saw anything with that name at the campground. The maps on the kiosks are pretty worthless. No signs point the way so not a good way to start off having a hard time finding the site. No hosts anywhere to be found at 6:00 pm either.
Campsite was nice. Look at or near Site 411 for spacious, wooded, and more spread out campsites. Some are more out in a field setting. Side bonus: Site 411 has an enormous White Oak tree next to it!
This is a very nice Corps of Engineers campground. The RV sites are paved and pretty level. Tent sites look nice too. Bathrooms are nice and clean. Didn’t use the shower facilities. The lake has a lot of boats flying around, but it’s placid after dark. Bugs weren’t bad at all.
No water or sewer hookups on Site 86.
I have camped at this campground more than any other for a reason. The sites are very well-spaced with a loop exclusively dedicated to tents. There are great mountain biking trails in the area. Campground also caters to horses.
This place is a great primitive campground with sites along a creek. Very quiet.