Nestled at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, our little campground is perfectly situated between Mt. Rushmore to the East (350 miles) and Yellowstone National Park to the West (100 miles), making us the perfect stopover for your Northwestern Adventure.  But don't be surprised if, once here, you opt to stay a little longer!  From our campground, you can easily explore two canyons, hike mountain trails, visit spectacular waterfalls, find wild horses, walk in the footsteps of the dinosaurs, and so much more!  But it's not just nature that will entice you!

Our level, concrete RV sites make setting up a breeze!  Each site includes a patio with a table and chairs, a fire pit and a charcoal BBQ.  Our deluxe sites have added extras: including more space, a garden swing and a propane barbeque.  If you truly want to be pampered, try our full hook-up, deluxe back-in site, with a Jacuzzi surrounded by a privacy fence!  

Even our tent sites are designed to spoil. Sites are grassy, shaded and offer electric outlets and a fire-pit.  Our little cabins all have air conditioning, TV, a microwave, a small refrigerator, and a porch with a swing and charcoal grill.  All of our Deluxe Cabins have 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a private patio with a gas grill and a full kitchenette.  However you choose to camp - we've got you covered!

The campground also has television at most sites and Wi-Fi throughout the park! 
Our heated pool is open from Memorial Day till Labor Day!  

For more information or to make a reservation: call 1-800-562-7508.

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 75' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/26 - 9/4)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

Latest Hot Deal

Camper Van -Pickup Camper Special

$30/night CAMPER VAN -PICKUP CAMPER Special!!  Been off grid for awhile?  Need to catch up on a little civilization? Spend a night or two in Greybull, enjoying all our little town has to offer. You'll be treated to a full hook up site, internet access, clean hot showers and a chance to catch up on your laundry. If that's not enough, your site includes a level concrete pad, picnic table, 20/30 amp service, water and sewer and a beutiful pool open Memorial Day - Labor Day.  This special is limited to Camper Vans and pick up campers only (with No Tow Vehicles).

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Local Area

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone needs no introduction!  America's First National Park should be a bucket list item for everyone!  Just 2 hours outside the East Entrance to the Park and 3 hours to Cooke City and the NE entrance to the Park, you can easily get to the park from the campground.  Many of our guests prefer the quiet of the Big Horn Basin as their base camp, venturing out to the Park on day trips, or stopping here before a scheduled camping trip in the park.  Out west, you will see that drives are longer, but that doesn't mean they are without beauty! Your Trip to Yellowstone will take you either through the Shoshone National Forest, over Avalanche Pass and into the park or drive Chief Joseph Highway and enter the park from the NE.


Big Horn Mountains

Greybull lies at the base of the Big Horn Mountains in northern WY.  The Big Horns quietly surprise; rising abruptly 8,000' up from the Plains, greeting East/West travelers from Yellowstone to Mt. Rushmore like a beautiful wall.  Running 200 miles north though the Great Plains, they peak over 13,000', and are home to wildlife like moose, elk, mule deer, black bear, and Big Horn Sheep  If Mother Nature is on your list, the Big Horns offer so many choices. Just getting in is memorable.  Good roads weave through a crack in the wall, into a canyon, with walls towering hundreds of feet above, until the road takes you so far in, the canyon looks small. Their absolute rugged beauty is both calming and exhilarating.  Once in, stop at Shell Falls, hike a trail, visit the Medicine Wheel or find a lake or stream and maybe a fish or two. Go fast or slow - your choice.  The Big Horn Mountains offer an uncrowded year-round paradise for visitors and area residents alike. You won't forget them.


Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

This national park is a little known gem, created after the construction of the Yellowtail Dam in the 1960's.  Here you are treated to breathtaking views of the Big Horn Canyon from the Devils Canyon overlook.  Boat rentals and boat tours are available to take you into the Canyon during the summer months.  Trout fishing at the lake is popular, as are the hiking trails, and overlooks that highlight the unmarred natural beauty of the park.  Here you feel the old west.  You see the immense obstacles our ancestors faced.  Here you are free from the sights and sounds of modern life.  The night sky is virtually free of light pollution, opening the Universe up to you.   The Canyon is also home to the largest herd of wild horses in the US, who share the area with Big Horn Sheep, deer and soaring birds of prey.  This, the third largest canyon in the US, is virtually unknown, but never forgotten.  Of Note: The park is located in both WY and MT and they are not directly connected.



Shell Falls

Shell Falls is a spectacular waterfall located in the Big Horn Forest just 30 minutes from the campground!  The Falls are easily viewed from the top or you can take the staircase to get closer.  The roar of the falls greats you from the parking lot. Water from high in the mountains cascades 120 feet at the rate of some 3,600 gallons per second, following a breathtaking course of fractures in the three-billion-year-old granite. Keep your eyes pealed for the little marmots that call the granite fissures home!

The Shell Falls Interpretive Site is a Ranger staffed visitor center that contains examples of the plants, animals, history and geology of the Big Horn Mountains. As always, we recommend talking with the Rangers as a way of really honing in on what interests you!

Open 7 days a week from Memorial Day through September, 9:30 - 5:00.



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