Rim Campground

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Casper Field Office Casper, WY 82604

Latitude/Longitude:
42.680857, -106.25858
Directions:

From Casper, drive south on WY Highway 251 to the top Casper Mountain, where the state highway ends but continues on as County Road 505. Continue for approximately 3 miles until the pavement ends, then continue an additional 2 miles to the intersection with Circle Drive (County Road 505). Continuing straight, follow the BLM gravel road for another 4.5 more miles to Muddy Mountain EEA. Upon entering the EEA, continue straight and travel .25 miles to the campground on your left.

Fee Description:

$7.00/night and $3.00/night for 2nd vehicle. Access Pass and Senior Pass Holders receive half off camping rates. Cash or check is accepted.

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Rim Campground

Nestled under the pine trees of Muddy Mountain and overlooking the valley below, Rim Campground provides 8 camping sites that include level tent pads and fire rings, with a few pull-through sites for large trailers/RVs. One double-vaulted toilet is provided for camper's comfort.

Two trailheads provide access to Muddy Mountain's ADA accessible hiking trails linking campers to nearby Lodgepole Campground and to over a mile of single track trails for hikers and assistive devices only.

Potable water is not available at this campground, but is available at the nearby Lodgepole Campground.

Fees: $7/site/night and $3/extra vehicle/night. Access Pass and Senior Pass holders receive half off their camping fees.

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Rim Campground

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