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Powder River Campground

101 Old Barnum Road, Kaycee, WY, 82639

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Last Updated: November 14, 2023

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$50per night

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Campground Overview

Powder River Campground is conveniently located off Interstate 25 in the heart of Cowboy Country. Stop for a night, a week, or longer and enjoy hiking where Butch Cassidy hid from the law, a local rodeo, or just peace and quiet.

We have Big Rig, satellite-friendly sites with full hook-ups. Three rustic cabins with bathrooms are also available. Pitch your tent alongside the Powder River and enjoy a hot shower while you do your laundry.

On the main street of Kaycee, we are within walking distance of restaurants, pubs, our local museum, and a grocery store.

Check In

Check In Time: 4PM | Please arrive at your assigned site found on your reservation confirmation email. If you have any questions, please call us at our main office. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy your stay!

Rules

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are from 10:30 PM

Maximum Vehicles

Each site is only allowed two (2) vehicles

Liability Statement

In consideration of my camping at Powder River Campground, and with the understanding that my camping is only on the condition that I enter into this agreement for myself and my family, heirs and assigns, I hereby assume the inherent risks involved in camping and any risks inherent in any other activities connected with camping in which I may voluntarily participate. I expressly assume the risk of and accept full responsibility for any and all injuries (including death) and accidents, which may occur as a result of my camping and release from liability the Powder River Campground and each of their officers, agents, representatives and employees. I hereby waive any claim I may hereafter have as a result of any and all injury to my person or property as a result of my camping and in any other activities connected with camping in which I may voluntarily participate. I hereby agree to indemnify the Powder River Campground and each of all the above named persons for any and all claims, including attorney fees and costs, which may be brought against any of them by anyone claiming to have been injured as a result of any injury to me or my property which may occur as a result of camping. By signing the Camping Permit I certify that I have read and fully understand this release.

Lifeguard WARNING

NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. Children under the age of 14 shall not swim without a parent or adult guarding in attendance.

Rules and Authority

We reserve the authority to enforce these rules and regulations. For a violation of these rules, we may revoke the offender's permission to remain in the park. We may also revoke a camper's permission to stay at the park for a violation of these rules by the camper or the camper's guest.

No Dumping

The dumping of gray water onto the ground is illegal. All gray water must be disposed of in accordance with DEQ regulations, which means the water, must be contained in a covered container if your camper does not come with a gray water tank. The tanks or covered containers must be dumped in an approved dump station, a dump station is located within our park for your use.

Respect Other Campers

PRC is to be enjoyed by all campers. Please respect other campers by ceasing loud activities at 10:00 p.m. All non-registered campers and visitors must leave the park by 11:00 p.m. There shall be no loud music allowed at any time. No person shall: (1) Create or engage in any disturbance, fight or quarrel that incites or causes or tends to incite or cause a breach of the peace; (2) Disturb the public peace and order of the park by disrupting the ordinary and usual tranquility of the park by loud, offensive or boisterous conduct or by noise deemed excessive under the circumstances; (3) Be in a state of intoxication which endangers directly the safety of himself or of another person or property; (4) Engage in any activity which, when judged by an ordinary or average person, is patently offensive because it affronts the prevailing contemporary community standards as a whole relating to the description or representation of sexual or obscene matters.

Keep Your Site Clean

Each lot must be kept free of trash and litter. Dumpsters are located within the park for your convenience.

Motorized Vehicles

The use of golf carts, mini bikes, etc. is permissible only by those who carry a valid driver's license and these items must stay on the roadways of the park and follow all safety and speed limit regulations.

No Soliciting

NO SOLICITING is allowed. Advertising may be allowed in the park office with the permission of the park attendant.

Campfires

Campfires are only permitted in the designated fire pits. Please do not create fire pits. Wood is available to be purchased at the park office.

Fireworks are Prohibited

The use or discharge of fireworks, firearms, slingshots or bow and arrows are not permitted in the park.

Pet Policy

To ensure pets continue to be welcomed at Powder River Campground, please keep your pets leashed, clean up after them, and be considerate of other campers. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone whose pet is NOT considered suitable for the safety of our guests or the park. Pets must be kept on a leash under the control of someone who can manage them. Maximum of two (2) pets limit in the park unless discussed with management prior to arrival. Oversized pets or exotic pets such as farm animals, livestock, poultry, reptiles, or insects are prohibited. Guests are responsible to “clean up” after their pets. Guests should carry proof of the pet’s current vaccinations. Pet owners will be held accountable for any injuries or damages caused by their pets. All pets must wear a collar identifying the owner (must be the same name as listed on the reservation) and a contact phone number.

Guaranteed Reservations

Reservations are guaranteed for only those days that are paid for in advance.

Site Use

Only one (1) recreational unit is allowed per site with a maximum of 8 persons at each site. A single tent is also allowed on each site in addition to the recreational unit; however, the maximum of 8 persons is still enforced. Only one of the following are permitted on any site: boat, trailer, ATV, golf cart, etc.

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