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Prune Creek Campground

Bighorn National Forest

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U.S. 14 Dayton, WY 82836 307-674-2600 Reservations: 877-444-6777 Official Website

GPS: 44.7699, -107.4692

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Overview of Prune Creek Campground

Number of Sites 21

Reservations yes

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 7,677 ft / 2,339 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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WI 17' Airstream Basecamp Chevrolet Silverado
5 reviews
“Moose sighting was a highlight at this attractive campsite”

Reviewed 9/17/2019

Nightly rate: $15
Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

This was a nice campsite in the Bighorn Mountains. Scenic with a river at the back and an additional creek passing close by our campsite. We also had our own resident moose! We saw her the first night getting a drink from the creek right by our campsite and then saw her again laying in the grass happily eating some grass.
The campground was easily accessible and very clean. The one downside was the close proximity to the road and there was also some work being done close by the party using some heavy machinery, making a decent amount of noise. However by seven PM the workers were done, and there wasn;t much in the way of noise from the highway after it got dark.

No cell service either.

Site Quality

Beth would stay here again

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WY 40'
5 reviews
“Any day & Always fav”

Reviewed 4/16/2018

Nightly rate: $9
Days stayed: 14
Site Number: 18
Overall Rating

TRUE WY! Bighorn NF camping is 9100' elevation, so depends on snowpack -- Jun thru Sep. No cell service for 10 miles - then it is 'iffy,' no satellite radio or TV, just stars, babbling brooks, fishin, hikin, campfires, pines, stars & wildlife. Prune is just off Hwy 14 so some daytime Hwy noise.

WATCH OUT for Lucy Moosey, Daffy Calfy, and Wooly Bully in any BHNF campground (especially Prune), they may saunter off but won't run away!

Best to reserve a site, just a few 1st come, several sites are 40+'; our rate reflects a senior pass. Sites are level gravel with firepit & table, no HU, vault toilets & dispersed water pumps. There is a dump station closer (2 mi) toward Burgess Junction. Only BHNF CG with any elec is Sibley.

North Tongue CG has couple of 40' sites, EZ access. Owen Creek has EZ access & maybe 1 large site,Tie Flume & Dead Swede are further off pavement but have a few sites for big rigs.

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B'Wile'D would stay here again

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  • dry camping
  • fishing
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
  • restrooms: vault
  • trash
  • water available
  • pets


Arrowhead Lodge

The Big Horns are a mountain paradise. The Arrowhead is a fine way to experience them.

- Dick Tony

Sibley Lake

Good spot for the night

- Johnboy

North Tongue Campground

Beautiful National Forest Campground

- Steve J

Tie Flume

A little pricy for a basic forest service camp

- MTgirl79

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