Tucked away in the vast Bighorn National Forest, Boulder Park Campground is one of Wyoming’s top destinations for tent and RV camping. Campers from all over the country visit every season to experience the amazing natural features and beautiful open spaces of Wyoming, the second most sparsely populated state in the country. The campground is a great place to stay while you explore the area — it is located near many great recreation sites and scenic vistas. It also has well-kept amenities to ensure you have everything you need for a pleasant camping experience. Best of all, Boulder Park Campground is pet-friendly!
Boulder Park houses 31 campsites, all of which have a nightly fee of $17. Each of these sites can accommodate up to eight campers at a time. The campground has the standard amenities like picnic tables, campfire rings with grills, drinking water, and vault restrooms. Trash collection is also available at Boulder Park Campground. The natural features that surround the premises provide an excellent backdrop for your camping experience. A small creek runs by the campground, and past this creek, you'll find a charming meadow surrounded by lodgepole pine trees.
There are many recreational activities you can pursue while you’re staying at Boulder Park. There are some small streams in the area that are great for fishing, and Meadowlark Lake is another fantastic fishing spot that is just a few miles from the campground. You can also visit the many hiking trails in the area — there are loop trails, scenic trails along creeks, and even mountain trails available.
There are a couple of things you should consider when you’re staying at Boulder Park Campground. First, note that each site has a two-vehicle maximum. The second vehicle also incurs an extra fee of $9. Also, the campground does allow 30-day stays, but you must wait at least 30 days between each of these stays.