Ranger Creek Campground

Campground at a Glance

 

What to do in the area:

The Campground:

The Details:

Elevation: 7,700 feet

Season: 3rd week in June - 2nd week of September

# of Sites: 11

Hookups: None

Vault Toilets

 

Price: $14 per night; $8 per night for extra car

The Route:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):

44.60045, -107.21878

44°36'01.6"N, 107°13'07.6"W

 

From Big Horn,WY, take WY 335 south 9.9 miles to where it becomes FSR 26. Continue 8.1 miles to Ranger Creek sign. Turn right at sign and then a quick left to go 0.1 miles to campground.

Ranger Creek Campground

Tucked tightly in a forest of tall lodge pole pines and bordered by Ranger Creek meandering though the willows, Ranger Creek Campground is conducive to tent camping and small campers. It is often visited by moose, mule deer, wild turkeys, elk, a variety of birds and other kinds of wild life. Brook, rainbow, and brown trout swim in the surrounding lakes and streams. Wildflowers bloom in late spring and early summer, filling meadows with a variety of colors. In addition to fishing, many ORV and hiking trails are available within a few miles of the campground.

Contact GCC:
Recreation.gov