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Dispersed Camping by the Rocks of Vedauwoo

Check out this designated dispersed campsite in Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming, marked by a post and featuring a primitive stone fire ring. Nestled in the popular Vedauwoo area, the site is surrounded by stunning rock formations and unique geography. It’s grassy and spacious, with room for two or three vehicles.

Creekside Paradise in Northwestern Wyoming

Check it out! Nestled in the heart of Shoshone National Forest, this campsite offers an idyllic Wyoming landscape. Accessed via a short two-track road requiring four-wheel drive, it’s tucked away in a forested basin off a gentle dirt road. The grassy campsite, shaded by trees and nestled next to a river, provides enough room for two or three vehicles.

Barren and Otherworldly Badlands in Wyoming

This ain’t just any ol’ campsite, it’s a flat spot smack dab in the heart of Wyoming’s BLM territory, surrounded by badlands and hoodoos. Talk about otherworldly! This place is as remote as it gets, nestled in the rugged wilderness.

Wide Open Spaces by the River in Wyoming

Nestled within the barren desert foothills alongside a riverbank in southwestern Wyoming, this campsite offers a serene escape within a BLM road network. An old stone fire ring marks the spot, surrounded by stunning views of the nearby mountains to the west.

Camping in a Basin of Unimaginable Hoodoos

Situated within a remote BLM recreation area in Wyoming, this designated campsite offers essential amenities, including a sheltered picnic table, metal fire ring, grill, vault toilet, and partial cell service. Positioned in a high desert basin surrounded by captivating spires in picturesque badlands, the landscape provides a remarkably scenic backdrop with hiking opportunities around the impressive hoodoos.