Hams Fork Campground
The Hams Fork Campground is located on the Big Spring Scenic Backway or Hams Fork Road, Forest Road #10062, north of Kemmerer. The Campground has 13 sites, 2 vault toilets, potable water, and trash service in the summer. The Hams Fork Campground is a good base camp for recreating on the south end of the Kemmerer Ranger District with just a short drive to Big Spring for a picnic, a nice long scenic drive up Hobble Creek, a variety of hiking trails, and fantastic fishing in the Hams Fork River.
At a Glance
|Reservations:||There are no reservations for this campground.|
|Fees:||$7/Night for single unit, 13 units available.|
|Open Season:||May 1st|
|Closest Towns:||Kemmerer, Wyoming|
|Restroom:||Vault Toilet (2)|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
From the Town of Kemmerer, Wyoming, head north to get on United States Highway 189 (US-189) for approximately 1 mile, and then make a left turn onto Wyoming State Road 233 (WY-233). Follow WY-233 for approximately 19 miles where the road name changes to Hams Fork Road/County Road 305 (CR-305). Follow CR-305 for 12 miles where the road name changes to Kelley-Hams Fork Road/Forest Service Road 10062 (FS-10062) upon entering the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Follow (FS-10062) for approximately 6 miles and turn left into Hams Fork Campground.
Approximate travel details from the Town of Kemmerer: 38 miles, 1 hour.
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