The Bighorns have an abundance of camping locations, from official campgrounds and RV pull ins, to those that can be found by blazing your own trail and backpacking in.
The traditional camping spots are labeled and accompany signposts with ORV roads.
Should you choose to park and backpack in a ways, all of the Bighorn terrain offers some of the best adventures and views in the world!
Some of the most mesmerizing views are only found after a two day hike.
Please keep in mind that entering certain (especially high-risk areas) of the wilderness, may require registration and adherence to regulations.
Popular Easy-Adventure Activities
Camping: Tie Hack Reservoir - 30 minutes to a beautiful lake, nestled in the Bighorns!
Tie Hack Reservoir - 30 minutes to a beautiful lake, nestled in the Bighorns!
Crazy Woman Canyon - Bring your tent or your small pickup-bed type camper. Not suitable for large motorhomes.
Elgin Park Road - Bring your camper, motorhome or your tent and enjoy the deep forest, or just-off-the-road camping, with privacy & beautiful views!
Ten Sleep, Wyoming - About 1 hour from Buffalo, and on the way to/from Cody, Wyoming via Highway 16. Between Buffalo & Ten Sleep, you'll enjoy views of the amazing Ten Sleep Canyon, the Bighorn Mountains, Meadowlark Lake and many scenic turnouts!