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"You'll find plenty of grass and mature shade trees - sometimes hard to find in Wyoming."
When Mary and S. Clark Anderson purchased a hay meadow near Lyman in the 1960s, they thought the land would be better for growing kids than hay. The former teacher and drive-in operator were right.
All 11 of their children have worked at the campground that they opened in the former hay field in 1968. In fact, all 11 are college graduates and son Clint still comes home in the summers from his teaching job in Nephi, Utah, to help manage the campground.
"I liked the concept of owning a KOA campground, and I wanted something where I could have my family involved," said Mary.
The campground has grown along with the Anderson family, You'll find plenty of grass and mature shade trees - sometimes hard to find in Wyoming. And be sure to take advantage of the clean, warm swimming pool, too.