General Campground Information
NO 50 AMP CAMPERS AT 30 AMP SITE
I would like to take the time to introduce you to our staff and share some information about our park that will help make your stay more enjoyable while you are here.
First, I would like to tell you that we are very proud of our staff who are helping us this season to make your stay here a great experience. Our family owns and operates this KOA and really enjoys connecting with guests and helping them have an enjoyable time while they are in the area exploring Buffalo and the Bighorn Mountains. There are six members of the Peoples' family working here: Paul and Anita and their 4 daughters - Rowan, Caitlin, Alyssa and Morgan - you will likely meet at least one of us during your stay. Alex, Emma, Keyera, Kia, Melanie and Nate round out our staff for the season. Please let them know you appreciate their work!
We will be ready to check in daily arrivals at 1:00 p.m. Please plan your arrival time to be no earlier than 1:00 p.m. There will be no exceptions. Late arrivals are not a problem.
Check out is at 11:00 a.m. Please plan departures accordingly.
Reservations are for one vehicle and one RV at each site. If this does not represent your situation, please notify the staff. A limited number of parking passes are available for additional cars and are $25 each.
Each site is equipped to handle one RV and one vehicle. Please park on the pad to avoid damage to services and avoid parking on the grass.
Campground rules are enforced, so staff are expected to ask guests to slow down when they are speeding, to move improperly parked vehicles, to avoid walking through neighboring sites, to pick up after their pets, etc. Please familiarize yourself with our campground rules, so that you and your neighbor and our staff has a safe and enjoyable experience during your stay.
If your vehicle or RV becomes disabled in your site while camping and you cannot meet your departure plans, please alert the office as soon as possible, so we can help you connect to services and to make arrangements for the next guest who is arriving into that site. With enough time, we can usually make things work to accommodate unforeseen breakdowns.
Our staff is young but very capable of helping to solve any issues or concerns you may have while staying with us. We prioritize the value of both our guests and our staff. We appreciate that when you have issues that you approach our staff with respect and kindness and expect them to partner with you to get to a solution. This is what they are trained to do. Our lowest points this summer, so far, have been when angry, frustrated adults have berated and cursed our young ladies to the point of tears for situations out of their control. This is not acceptable. If/when this happens in the future, the staff has been instructed to cancel the reservation and ask the guest to leave. As owners, we will back up our staff in these situations. We want everyone to have an enjoyable summer!
We have had an overwhelmingly positive summer and have made so many new friends already. We look forward to hosting your family and getting to know you while you are here.
Safe travels and we will see you down the road!
Paul and Anita Peoples and the Buffalo KOA staff
Campfires are part of camping, but they can be dangerous. Campsites are close together, so please be respectful of your neighbors (smoke & noise). Fires must have someone attending them at all times. Only burn wood. Please do not burn aluminum, glass, garbage, etc. Please put all fires out before retiring for the evening and FOLLOW ALL FIRE RESTRICTIONS that may be in effect. Firewood and fire starters are sold in the camp store. We will deliver firewood during open office hours. We have a large community fire pit down by Clear Creek. Please NO Open campfires; they're only allowed in designated fire pits. DO NOT MOVE FIRE PITS WITHOUT STAFF PERMISSION. Burned grass due to moved fire pits will result in a $25.00 fee. Charcoal grills are not designed to be used as fire pits - charcoal only.
Meet Your Hosts
Welcome to our family!Paul and Anita and the Peoples family would like to welcome you to Buffalo KOA! We are very excited to be your hosts during your stay in Buffalo.
Here are a few suggestions for your stay!
Hike in the Bighorn Mountains
Drive through Crazy Woman Canyon
Explore Cloud Peak Wilderness
Walk along the Clear Creek Trail
Visit the wonderful shops in downtown Buffalo
Take a ride out to TA Guest Ranch and learn about the 'Invaders" and eat one of the best steaks in town
Enjoy some of the best fishing and hunting Wyoming has to offer.
At the end of the day come sit around a campfire and tell us about your adventures!