Hogan and Luce Campground

The Hogan and Luce Campground has five individual camp sites and one group site. It is located near two reservoirs. The campground next to the Hogan Reservoir has picnic tables, toilet facilities, bear-proof food storage boxes, grills/fire rings, horse trailer parking, horse stanchions, a boat ramp and hitching rails.


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Accessible Features at Hogan and Luce Campground, WY

Photos of accessible features at Hogan and Luce Campground.

Accessibility Description (ABA/ADA)

The Hogan and Luce Campground was rebuilt to meet Americans with Disabilities standards in 2017-2018. All six sites (five individual sites and one group site) are accessible. The ground surface is stable and firm throughout the facility.

The campground has one accessible pit toilet; a second accessible toilet is located near the other reservoir, though the grounds near that reservoir are not ADA accessible. The campground kiosks and registration books have been modified to accommodate people who use wheelchairs, and regular maintenance ensures the facility's features remain accessible for visitors with mobility impairments.

The campground has an accessible boat dock, which has a canoe and kayak launch with a transfer slide bench and grab rail that visitors in wheelchairs can use. The EZ Launch feature on the boat dock keeps your canoe or kayak stable, so anyone can feel confident transferring into their boat independently and securely, then launching with ease. Please note that the boat dock is installed in late May and removed in September each year.

Service animals are welcome on site with no restrictions.

Each campsite includes the following accessible features:

  • A parking spot.
  • A picnic table that is wheelchair-accessible on both ends.
  • A grill/fire ring reinforced with double metal walls to decrease the amount of heat that radiates out sideways.
  • Bear-proof food storage boxes that were modified to be usable by people with dexterity concerns.

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Cody Field Office
1002 Blackburn Street

Geographic Coordinates

44.7879, -109.257711


This site is located 18 miles north of Cody off Wyoming State Highway 120. Turn left onto Park County Road 7RP and continue approximately five miles; look for the Hogan-Luce Trailhead sign and take a left onto the one-mile-long access road to the site.