Had a GREAT time here! All campers were in a great mood and our week there was one big PARTY! The owners are real nice & friendly. They were very helpful in figuring out what to do and how to get there. As in most small towns, they pay attention to guest comings & goings. They don't care that you get in late (or early the next a.m.) as long as you don't wake anyone managing to sleep, I guess they're just being parents and making sure you made it "home" safe. They also didn't mind that we brought friends back to the campsite to hang out.
We tent camped on a wonderful green lawn a short distance to the restrooms and paid $25 per night in 1999. There are a very limited number of tent sites, so make sure you have a reservation if that is your plan. There are 120 pull thru sites for RV's with full hookups, cable TV, BBQ grills, and a dump station. Rates are listed as $37 - $45 per night as of 6/7/06.
Heated pool, laundry room, rec. area, picnic tables, and LOTS of HOT WATER for your showers. There are quite a few shower stalls, so the wait isn't very long. We were there during Frontier Days which means the campground was overflowing with people, but we didn't run out of HOT water once!
Bring some form of contraption to hang your soaps/shampoos over the door/wall with - there's not really anything to set them on. Go ahead and pack your hairdryer & curling iron - there are plenty of electric outlets in the bathroom and a large well lit mirror so you can see what you're doing.
While we were there they had a shuddle that would take you back & forth from various Frontier Days activities. I'm not sure if this is only during Frontier Days, if it's all year, or if they're even providing shuddle service at all now - best to find out for sure when you book your campsite.
Due to my government job, I'm allowed to stay overnight on Military Bases, on a Space Available status. For only $23, I got a large suite in an 1885 mansion.
The Wort Hotel at Jackson Hole
Excellent restaurant - great sausage for breakfast
If you plan a trip to Cheyenne during the last two weeks of July... be prepared to either reserve accomodations six months in advance - OR - sleep in your car. Frontier Days ensures that the town is overflowing with guests.
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