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        Wyoming     Total Campgrounds: 8


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Cokeville City Park
Cokeville, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Flat, dirt parking lot between the city park and the railroad tracks with regular train traffic at night. Some RVers park on a narrow dirt strip along the east side of the park, which will dampen train noise. Cokeville is about 50 miles northwest of Kemmerer where U.S. 30 meets state route 231. Montpelier, Idaho is about 30 miles northwest. Drinking water is available.
Encampment City Park
Encampment, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
There are 8 sites here, side-by-side. The electricity is 30-amp and 20-amp. There is no fee but donation boxes are provided near the electric boxes. Maximum stay is 3 nights. This is between 3rd and 4th Streets near Winchell Avenue a couple of blocks northwest of state route 70. The library is next door. You may be able to get its free WiFi from your RV.
Lander City Park
Lander, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Three nights of free camping is permitted in this quiet park close to downtown. It has large grassy areas, trees, a covered shelter, modern restrooms and a playground. The park is located along the banks of the Popo Agie River. The address is 405 Fremont St. Phone: 307-332-4647.
I-80 rest area
Laramie, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Like all 37 Wyoming highway rest areas, overnight stays in RVs are okay here as long as there are no outward signs of “camping.” From the WYDOT website: “Camping is prohibited at rest areas, but drivers who need rest to safely continue their travels can sleep in their vehicle in the parking lots. . . If you need more than a nap, you can sleep in your vehicle for a longer period, but don’t pitch a tent, extend your RV’s slide outs or otherwise set up for an extended stay.” So stay long enough to get your rest and then leave.
I-80 rest area
Lyman, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Like all 37 Wyoming highway rest areas, overnight stays in RVs are okay as long as there are no outward signs of “camping.” From the WYDOT website: “Camping is prohibited at rest areas, but drivers who need rest to safely continue their travels can sleep in their vehicle in the parking lots. . . If you need more than a nap, you can sleep in your vehicle for a longer period, but don’t pitch a tent, extend your RV’s slide outs or otherwise set up for an extended stay.” So stay long enough to get your rest and then leave.
I-80 rest area
Table Rock, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Like all 37 Wyoming highway rest areas, overnight stays in RVs are okay as long as there are no outward signs of “camping.” From the WYDOT website: “Camping is prohibited at rest areas, but drivers who need rest to safely continue their travels can sleep in their vehicle in the parking lots. . . If you need more than a nap, you can sleep in your vehicle for a longer period, but don’t pitch a tent, extend your RV’s slide outs or otherwise set up for an extended stay.” So stay long enough to get your rest and then leave.
Pioneer RV Park
Torrington, Wyoming


Cost: $10.00
Description
Campground is 5 miles west of Hwy 85 on 15th Ave and West D Street in the south end of the park. Recent upgrades include new Pads, water, and electric. Located near the river. Limit 10 days. No reservations.
I-80 rest area
Wolcott, Wyoming


Cost: $0.00
Description
Like all 37 Wyoming highway rest areas, overnight stays in RVs are okay as long as there are no outward signs of “camping.” From the WYDOT website: “Camping is prohibited at rest areas, but drivers who need rest to safely continue their travels can sleep in their vehicle in the parking lots. . . If you need more than a nap, you can sleep in your vehicle for a longer period, but don’t pitch a tent, extend your RV’s slide outs or otherwise set up for an extended stay.” So stay long enough to get your rest and then leave.
 
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