Address 1: 399 North 2nd Street
Phone: (307) 250-3919
Open: Open from May 1 through Oct 15
Number of Sites: 60
Camp URL: http://koa.com/campgrounds/greybull/
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Tents Allowed: Yes
Enough to see around Greybull, you are sure to find something for everyone in the family. Greybull is located in North Central Wyoming and is surrounded by forests, mountains and rivers. Nearby Big Horn National Forest is 80 miles long and 30 miles wide and includes 14 picnic areas, two visitor centers, over 1500 miles of trails, three scenic byways and two recreation lakes. Just a short distance east on Highway 14 to Shell Falls, is a waterfall that cascades over 3 billion-year-old granite at some 3,600 gallons per second. Scenic views of the Big Horn Mountains are world-class, and walking trails allow for breathtaking views of the falls and the canyon. Colorful, rock formations are exposed in Devil’s Kitchen, located five miles from Greybull. The formations are part of the Cloverly Formation, a 125 million to 11 million year-old sequence of sediments, containing important dinosaur remains. A walking or hiking tour will reveal fascinating and picturesque ‘Badland’ spires and weathered hills. Be sure to stop at the Medicine Lodge State Archeological Site, located about 40 miles from Greybull. It features petroglyphs and pictographs on cliff walls. Don’t miss the Red Gulch Dinosaur Track site. This site is a record of the original Jurassic Park and features three-toed dinosaur tracks across a rock bed. In town, visit the free Greybull Museum to learn about pioneer history and fossil collections from around the local dinosaur dig area. Spend a day amidst thousands of tourists and visit Cody; but escape back to the quiet Greybull KOA at the end of the day. A golf course is in the area.
50 Max Amp
75′ Max Length
Pool (Jun 15 to Sep 01)
60 Foot Handicapped Accessible Pull Through Site
Handicapped bathroom and shower in compliance with ADA
RV Clubs & Rallies
Self-service, convenience foods offered
4 blocks north of Hwy 14 or 4 blocks east of Hwy 16/20.