Camping & Cabins
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There are a variety of camping opportunities on the national forests and national grassland. From cabin rentals to dispersed camping, opportunities abound. While electric, sewer, water hook-ups and showers are not available, most designated campgrounds have potable water, picnic tables, fire rings, and vault toilets. Use the links above to explore the wide range of tent camping, camper and RV camping, and cabin opportunities available on the forests and grassland.
- On the Routt National Forest, the stay limit is 14 days in a 30-day period while dispersed camping.
- On the Medicine Bow National Forest, the stay limit is 16 days in a 30-day period while dispersed camping.
- On the Thunder Basin National Grassland, the stay limit is 16 days in a 30-day period while dispersed camping.
- In some areas, camping may be done only in designated dispersed sites. Currently, 30 sites exist in the Bear River Corridor and 73 sites exist in the Pole Mountain Corridor along Vedauwoo road.
Campground reservations may be made at some sites online at www.recreation.gov. Where available, reservations are recommended for holiday weekends.