Wyoming (WY) camping offers a diverse range of terrain to please every kind of camper, from the Grand Tetons in the west to the High Plains in the east.
Northwest Wyoming camping is defined by rocky, mountainous terrain. The Bridger-Teton National Forest offers pristine wilderness camping for the adventurous. Find primitive campsites near glaciers, lakes, and stunning waterfalls. Plenty of alpine camping opportunities await in the Grand Tetons where campers can enjoy secluded campsites with incredible mountain views. The famous Yellowstone National Park is also in the area, and quiet, forested campsites are scattered throughout this popular park.
North Central Wyoming has camping in the Bighorn National Forest, where campers can enjoy a campfire under the thick forest canopy. Lake camping is popular near many of the reservoirs, and thousands of miles of trails are available for campers to explore. Southern Wyoming offers the Sierra Madre Mountains, and parks, as well as private campgrounds, offer RV and camper sites as well as basic tent sites. East Wyoming brings about a change of terrain--here there are plenty of family-friendly places to camp in the prairies of the High Plains. You can even find camping opportunities near cities like Cheyenne as well!
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