Things to do While Camping in Wyoming – Fall 2013

A camping trip is an economical way of having some fun and creating great memories. Although some people are afraid of going on a camping trip because they think that it can be rough. However, the Wind River Mountains offer a lot of great options even for the first timers.

Family Fun

In case you are planning on going with your family, you should know that the region offers a lot of possibilities for families to have some family fun. The key is to find a location that offers both natural wonders and comfort.

Riverside Campground

The people who would like to go to this place ought to know that it offers heated bathrooms, playgrounds, and a friendly feel. In case camping doesn’t seem tempting to them, there are also some hotel rooms for families to rent onsite.

What to do?

The good news is that the campsite is only 3 miles from Dubois where you can find National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center. Here you could have lunch at the Cowboy Café and do some shopping. However, it is the scenery that draws the majority of the tourists to the campsite.

Sinks Canyon State Park

Sinks Canyon State Park

This state park is another popular destination for families and it is known for a strange natural phenomenon: the Popo Agie River disappears into an underground limestone cave and then reappears. Here the children just love feeding the trout.


If you happen to be an amateur photographer, the location is perfect for you. If you have a good camera you can take amazing shots from different angles, using the reflection of light on the water. Children will also find a lot of activities, such as scrambling on the boulders.

State Park

You should know that the majority of the state parks have more rustic facilities than the private campgrounds. However, the location is perfect for exploring Oregon Trail and South Pass City. At only 6 miles you will find the city of Lander that offers city attractions and supplies.

What to do?

Besides playing and photography, you may also do some fishing and boating. You could bring your tent, but there is also a special place for RVs for the people who prefer taking the comfort of their homes with them.

As you can see, there are a lot of things for you to do in Wyoming and there are a lot of attractions for you to visit.