Sheridan/Big Horn Mountains Koa

Address: 63 Decker Road, Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801, United States | Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheridan/Big Horn Mountains Koa

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Reviewed Jun 20, 2013
by (17 reviews) Peace River , Canada Flag of Canada

On our travels we stayed at several KOA's. Staff was very helpful but the grounds needed a lot of work. Needless to say bathrooms were clean and campground was quiet and located easy drive into Sheridan.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Sheridan/Big Horn Mountains Koa

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Sheridan

Sheridan Home of the Biggest Mt. I ever crossed!

A travel blog entry by geg14 on Jul 13, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

7/11/14 We came across Bighorn Mountain in the Bighorn National Forrest and I have to tell you it is the biggest mountain I have ever been on. the Elevation at the top was 13,000+ and it was steep we had to unhook the car because of 8% grade coming down to Sheridan which is at an elevation of 3000+ a 10,000 climb straight up an down an very narrow …

Old Faithful

A travel blog entry by argieuk on Sep 29, 2010

... bubbling pools along the way, including Sulphur Cauldren. Wow, what a pong! We went up to Artists point, which is a beautiful waterfall, with the valleys below the waterfall showing all different colours in the soil. Very spectacular.
There are quite a few lakes an rivers in the area, which are particularly beautiful, with deep blue, or even black water, contrasted agaiunst the green of the trees. I wish we could just sit by the lakes, and gaze at them, ...

Harleys at Sturgis, Pizza in Sheridan, WY

A travel blog entry by amandalbee on Jul 22, 2008

7 photos

... yet there were lots of things to do, shirts to buy, and bikes to drool over. (For me at least). We stopped in the Sturgis Museum and checked out bikes from Harley Davidson, Indian, Honda, etc. They had great photographs and stories about how the rally originally began, in 1938. (They even had a 1949 HD Pan head, but no 1948 . . . ) On the road again, we pass through wide-open fields and prairies as we enter Wyoming. It is hot. A ...

Cowboys - Cody, Deadwood, Little Bighorn, Mt Rush

A travel blog entry by skcoll on Sep 14, 2005

55 photos

... heading into a lovely suburb that contained an unusual building - a Norwegian style Stave Church. There was a wedding on outside so we explored the beautiful church, visited the grass-roofed shop and looked at the museum. The church is superb and doesn't contain a nail. Even the surrounding suburb has a Norse feel to it. We headed back to the motel and split up. Andy & Stewart headed out for a Mongolian BBQ while Gillian and Sue went for a TGI meal. Both were superb. The motel ...