Wyoming is a popular destination for summer camping, but Fall Wyoming camping is just as fun! With temperatures dropping, the busy summer crowds clear out, making an ideal time to go check out the changing scenery in one of Wyoming’s many beautiful State Parks. Our Salt Lake City depot is perfectly placed to reach these wonderful destinations. On average, it’s only about a 6 hour drive to get to your next vacation spot in Wyoming. See the Google Maps below with markers for all three Fall Wyoming camping state parks.
Top Wyoming Camping: Boysen State Park
Boysen State Park is home to all sorts of fun activities. With hiking, fishing, swimming and much more you’ll have a hard time running out of things to do. Explore the area around the park to check out the beautiful forests and unique geological formations. The Wyoming park even has a showering station for those campers that want an extended stay! Of the almost 300 campsites available at Boysen, most do not require a reservation, and with a Lost Campers budget campervan rental, you can easily secure a regular camp spot without having to worry about the extra cost an RV site would garner.
Medicine Lodge Archaeological Site
Medicine Lodge Archaeological Site is another fun stop with much to do! It’s home to a large cliffside with petroglyphs that are over 10,000 years old- definitely a must-see for those that are interested in the unique and special history of the area. The park also makes a great place to really get into nature, with many native species to observe! Red deer, elk, and moose live in the area. For those interested in horseback riding, the park offers many horse trails to explore during your stay. A Lost Campers campervan is a convenient way to enjoy everything this Wyoming park has to offer- all without having to worry about leaving anything out at your campsite while you’re away- our vans have plenty of storage!
Check Out This Short Cool Video on Medicine Lodge Archaeological Site
Sinks Canyon State Park
Sinks Canyon State Park has quite a bit to offer! The park features the Popo Angie River, which disappears into a large cavern inside of the canyon, then reappears in a pool filled with trout around half a mile down the canyon. The park gets its name from this formation – its called the Sink and Rise. The park is teeming with wildlife from black bears, to moose, and even golden eagles! You’ll find plenty to do at this park, and one of our campervans can get you there to do it all.
Fall Wyoming Camping Discounts
Fall Wyoming Camping State Parks Map