We reserved a campsite at Curt Gowdy on Reserve America in the South Causeway campground. Beware!!! The map of the campground on Reserve America is very deceptive, it shows the campsites as spaced very far apart. We were very diappointed to find out out that the sites were extremely close together, no privacy at all. Our site was very unlevel. After spending about an hour trying to get our RV level we gave up and left.
On our cross-country road trip we stopped to camp for a night in Curt Gowdy. We were pleased to find the campground nestled in some hills around two beautiful reservoirs. As Vermonters, we were excited to camp in this western landscape with dry, rocky hills and sagebrush. We had reserved a site in advance, but there are plenty of non-reservable sites you can get. We were there on a Monday and sites were available, but I heard it was full over the weekend. The sites are large and spread out all over the place which makes for a nice, uncrowded experience. There are composting toilets close to each set of sites, but there is no drinking water at the individual site areas, but water is available at the group camp sites, so get your water in advance.
It was very nice and very clean.. I will go back when it's warmer .I really enjoyed it. It's very quite as well ..I didn't spend the night .but I will go back and pitch a tent .I did rock climbing and hiking ..
Auf der Fahrt von Cody nach Denver haben wir hier einen prima Campground für einen Zwischenstopp gefunden. Zwischen Laramie und Cheyenne, nahe der Grenze Wyoming-Colorado, liegt dieser schön gelegene und ruhige Platz nahe der Interstate 80 im gleichnamigen Statepark. Die zahlreichen Stellplätze sind großzügig um einen See angelegt. Wir haben im Wohnmobil auf dem empfehlenswerten Platz Nummer 121 in der Sektion "Twins Bay" campiert. Kosten pro Nacht: 25 $, was erfreulicherweise auch schon den Eintritt in den Statepark beinhaltet! Wer länger bleiben will, hat verschiedenste Möglichkeiten zur aktiven Freizeitgestaltung.
My husband and I spent 5 days here in a 29 foot travel trailer. We stayed in the Tumbleweed section which has electric and water hookups. Our site had a beautiful view of the reservoir, a nice picnic table, concrete patio and fire ring. We had plenty of space and it was very quiet here at night. The site was however terribly unlevel. The site was kind of dirty when we arrived and required cleaning. There are only pit toilets in the campground. The only flush toilets and pay showers are at the visitor center. There is no sewer dump at this park either which combined with no sewer hookups and pit toilets makes for a short stay here. The hiking trails here are fantastic. There were many people boating and fishing also. Swimming is not allowed here. Most of the people here were locals and it was particularly crowded on the weekend. It is a great place for a few days but its lack of facilities and distance from town make it tough to stay any longer.…