Closed for the season 10/1/21.
This campground generally does not open until July 15th (dependant on snow melt). This is a first come-first serve campground, no reservations. This is our most popular campground, arrive early to find a spot. No camp host.
The campground has 16 sites in a single loop that meanders along a spruce and fir-lined hillside in the midst of a fisherman's paradise of 102 recreational lakes. This is a rustic, picturesque campground where every site has delightful views of the Snowy Range. 22 foot max trailer length. Tight roads and small campsites.
The campground is convenient to a variety of hiking trails and two crystal clear snow-melt lakes - Libby and Lewis Lakes. Three popular trailheads originate in this area. You must carry your boat to the water's edge.
This area is located in the Snowy Range and is managed by the Laramie Ranger District.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||10/1/21 - Closed for season|
|Operational Hours:||Open 7/15 to 10/1 weather permitting.|
|Reservations:||No reservations, first come first served basis.|
|Area Amenities:||Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water|
|Closest Towns:||Centennial, WY; Laramie, WY|
|Water:||Potable Water at Site 1|
|Restroom:||Vault Toilet (1)|
|Information Center:||Laramie Ranger District
2468 Jackson St
Laramie, WY 82070
General InformationDirections: Directions from Laramie: 40 miles west on HWY. 130, Then 1 mile north into Sugarloaf Recreation Area
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
|No. of Sites||16 single site(s)|
|No. of Accessible sites||None|
22 foot trailer maximum. Tight road to get to the campground and small camp sites.
Lake and Pond Fishing
Sugarloaf Campground is in close proximity to Lewis and Libby lakes. Both lakes contain brook trout and Splake (a hybrid of a male brook trout and female lake trout). Lewis Lake is annually stocked by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD).
Internal-combustion motors are prohibited on most Forest lakes. Use of live-bait fish is prohibited in lakes and streams within the Forest. For more information on boating and fishing regulations, contact the WGFD located in Cheyenne or Laramie.