The Hobble Creek Campground is a beautiful and remote campsite on the Kemmerer Ranger District. The Hobble Creek Campground is located at the trailhead to Lake Alice and offers 18 campsites, toilet, trash and potable water in the summer on fish-filled Hobble Creek. Corrals are available for stock. Lake Alice, is a short 1.5 mile hike east from the campground. Trailers longer than 30 feet are not recomended. The Hobble Creek Campground is also located close to the Hobble Creek Trailhead where visitors and continue along Hobble Creek and evenutally connect in to the historic Lander Cutoff of the Oregon Trail. Visitors are strongly encouraged to practice clean camping techniques and to store attractants (e.g. food, toothpaste) in a manner that makes them unavailable to bears.
At a Glance
There are no reservations needed for this campground, all of the Bridger-Teton campgrounds are on a "First come, first served basis."
$7/Night for single unit
Vault Toilet (2)
Starting from the Town of Cokeville, Wyoming, which is located just northwest of the Town of Kemmerer, Wyoming, head East on Wyoming State Highway 231 (WY-231/East Main Street), staying left to continue on State Highway 232 (Big Spring Scenic Backway) for approximately 12 miles, then turn right on Smiths Fork Road to stay on State Highway 232 (Big Spring Scenic Backway) for 5 miles, then make the next left to continue on Big Spring Scenic Backway for approximately 8 miles, where you will see signage for the Hobble Creek Campground on the left.
Travel details from the Town of Cokeville: 26.5 miles, 44 minutes (approximate estimates)