Sheridan/Big Horn Mountains KOA

Address: 63 Decker Road, Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801-9686, United States | Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheridan/Big Horn Mountains KOA

Reviewed by edtravels

Basic park

Reviewed Sep 9, 2016
by (12 reviews) Gastonia,NC , United States Flag of United States

Decent size lots, and level gravel pads. Convenient location, but noisy next to 90.

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Reviewed by valentino87


Reviewed Aug 24, 2015
by (2 reviews) West Sparta, NY , United States Flag of United States

our stay was just a lay over on our way to Cody. However, we did expect to have hassle free WiFi and a little pool/hot tub time. WiFi was an epic failure and our neighbors confirmed that it wasn't just us. Tengointernet is a pain in the ass, and even though it said were connected & logged in, we still had no internet access. Then, we were going to use the hot tub for a few minutes and the time posted said it closes at 9pm. At 8:40 we headed over (right across from our site) the guy was locking it up saying "time to close up"... and wouldn't' answer me when I said "I though we had til 9".

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Reviewed by travelmenu


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

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Sheridan

Wyoming and a great dinner at Frackelton's

A travel blog entry by edtravels on Jul 26, 2016

26 photos

The scenery has changed again as we entered Wyoming. It started very flat and not as lush as the previous states. This area is more barren with dry, arid ground with an occasional shrub jutting from the ground. Again you can see for miles, but there are not farms, here there is an occasional oil rig pumping for oil or animals grazing looking for …

On the road again!

A travel blog entry by our_crazy_trip on Sep 16, 2010

... SUPER yummy too!!
We left around 10am on Wednesday to start heading back "home". Drove through Yellowstone yesterday, saw Old Faithful, saw lots of Bison and Elk...along with a mountain lion and some mountain sheep. I had never seen a mountain lion....pretty impressive, much bigger than I thought they would be! THEN lol we finally get out of Yellowstone park (we were there about 5 hours I believe) so we ...

Harleys at Sturgis, Pizza in Sheridan, WY

A travel blog entry by amandalbee on Jul 22, 2008

7 photos

... than in Sturgis, bu8t we are still happy. Why? Because they have 'ICEE's'. A gas station's most delectable item. 5:00pm- Sheridan, WY On a slurpy high, we arrive at our hotel, Holiday Inn, in Sheridan, WY. Extremely nice hotel, especially for being in the middle of nowhere. We check in and decide to enjoy a local hot spot: Ole's Pizza and Spaghetti house. Kind of strange that it is located in what is known as the most Western ...