Porcupine Campground

Campground at a Glance

 

What to do in the area:

The Campground:

The Details:

Elevation: 8,900 feet

Season: 3rd week in June - 3rd week of September

# of Sites: 16

Hookups: None

Vault Toilets

 

Price: $15 per night; $9 per night for extra car

The Route:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):

44.8310589, 107.85890051

 

From Lovell, Wyoming, take U.S. Highway 14A (not U.S. Highway 14) 33 miles east,  then 1.6 miles north on Forest Road 13. The highway has a 10% grade.

 

From Dayton,  Wyoming, take U.S. Highway 14/14A west 73 miles via Burgess Junction.  This is the recommended route for RVs and motor homes.

Porcupine Campground

Porcupine Campground is shaded by spruce and lodge pole pine, and the meadows and hillsides outside the perimeter are great places to view elk, moose and deer as well as wild flowers.  Porcupine Falls and Bucking Mule Falls hiking trails can be accessed a short distance from the campground as can ATV trails and 4-wheel drive roads that lead to magnificent views of the valleys below.  It is also a short drive to the Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark and Bald Mountain City, an old gold camp.

Contact GCC:
Recreation.gov