Indian Campground

Buffalo, WY

Where are we going?

Indian Campground
660 E Hart St
WY 82834


What is there to do?

Indian Campground RV Park is an idea location for the family to camp during their stay in the Buffalo area of Wyoming - located right near the Big Horn Mountains, Bighorn National Forest and Historic Bozeman Trail Sites.  They are also halfway between Yellowstone National Park and Mount Rushmore!  Pretty incredible sites!

They will welcome you with over 50 amp full hook up sites, as well as pull thru sites for the larger RVs.  Over 200 large mature shade trees will keep you cool in that hot Wyoming sun, so you can relax in plenty of shade as you enjoy your dinner or a good book.

Prefer the more rustic approach to camping with...well, a tent!?  Then they have grassy tent sites for you right next to a babbling stream, as well as cabins for rent.

Kids - they have a swimming pool! We knew you would like that, AND it's heated!  To a lovely 84 degrees! Or spend the day out on the nearby mini golf course. 

Take advantage of the 24 hour laundromat, and the sparkling clean and hot showers and bathrooms. 

Don't fancy cooking? They are in walking distance from several delicious restaurants, and an ice cream parlor! (We didn't tell you...)

Pets are allowed and they have a fenced off leashed area, and a Trade-A-Book exchange so if you have finished that latest novel, you can swap it for something you have always wanted to read.

It's an incredible part of Wyoming - make sure you allow enough time to see everything! 

How much does it cost?

Full hook up(per day): $35 - $41 (based on 2 people - additional persons $3)

Full hook up(per week): Stay a week and get a night free


Any top tips?

If you book a cabin, make sure you bring your own bedding.

I’m Hungry!

A short walk from the RV Park is the Main Street where you can enjoy delicious local fare restaurants! There are also restaurants in the historic Occidental Hotel - the oldest hotel in Wyoming! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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