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Middle Fork of the Powder River Campground

Astride a blue-ribbon trout stream, this remote and picturesque campground features five camping sites with fire rings, restroom and drinking water. Use of the area is free with a 14-day limit on camping (as on all public lands). The Middle Fork of the Powder River Campground, located at an elevation of 7,500 feet, is open from May through September. From Ten Sleep, the area is reached by driving 20 miles south on State Highway 434 to Big Trails. From there turn left on the graveled Dry Farm Road and drive about 13 miles to the Hazelton Road. Turn right and drive about 17 miles to the campground. For other routes to the campground, check with the BLM offices in Worland, Buffalo, or Casper.