The information outlined for these campgrounds was collected from the National Park Service, USDA Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming State Parks, Wyoming Game & Fish, and county or local parks. Unless otherwise noted, these campgrounds generally have pit/vault toilets, fire rings and/or grills, trash removal, picnic tables and potable water available.
That said, you should be prepared to camp and make do without these luxuries. For example, potable water may be temporarily unavailable due to lowered groundwater levels, fire bans may be in place due to hazardous fire conditions, and trash removal may be suspended because of budget constraints. Finally, because most campgrounds are filled on a “first come first served” basis, you should be prepared to camp in a primitive or undeveloped campsite - where permitted - known as “dispersed camping.”
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