General Campground Information

General Information

CHECK IN/OUT
Check In time is 1 pm.  Check out is 11 am.  Thank you for understanding as we prepare for your arrival.
Restrooms are closed daily from 11 am to 1 pm for cleaning.

STORE HOURS/LATE REGISTRATION
Store hours: (In Season - May through August)  8 am until 9 pm.  Hours may vary during our shoulder seasons so feel free to call if you have questions.  And don't worry if you arrive late, we will leave your information at the late arrival/check in desk outside our front door and you can see us in the morning.  If you are leaving early, please use a guest envelope and we will email your receipt.

POOL
Our pool is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day and we hope you are able to come and enjoy a dip during the hours of 12 noon to 9 pm. We don't have a lifeguard on duty so we hope you understand that children under the age of 18 require an adult to be with them to help prevent accidents.  And because we don't want anyone to get hurt, we ask that you do not smoke or bring any glass containers in the pool area.

FIRES
We love the smell of campfires and offer firewood for sale in the campstore and we will be happy to deliver it to your site if we can.  We do ask that you check to make sure we are not under a fireban 
and be respectful of your neighbors.  And please don't move the firerings as we love to see the green grass grow all around. 

PETS
We love dogs and hope you do too!  In order to keep all of our guests (including the 4-legged ones) safe, we ask that you keep your pet on a leash unless inside our Kamp K9.  We have refuse bags available for you to help pick up after your fur baby but please do not let them in any of our buildings or pool area.  We certainly don't want them to lose their voices from barking or your neighbor to lose their patience,  so please do not leave them unattended.  Unfortunately, our insurance does not allow us to welcome aggressive breeds of dogs.  

RV/TENTING
When making an RV reservation, we ask that you make your reservation for a 50 amp manufactured RV in a 50 amp site to keep from damaging your RV or our electrical lines since using power reducers are dangerous.  
When tenting, so you don't get an unwanted "charge" or "spring an unwelcome leak", we ask that you use plastic or short (less than 8 inches) stakes as our utilities and irrigation lines are close to the surface.

Meet Your Hosts

Larry and Kim Jones

C'mon in and welcome. We're happy to have you!

We are excited to be owners of the Sheridan / Big Horn Mountains KOA