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 …

On the road again!

A travel blog entry by our_crazy_trip on Sep 16, 2010

We spent 5 days with the Lancette Family out in Helena Montana! Had a great time! Saw a lot of antelope! Went fishing..that was a lot of fun! The first 3 hours or so we didn't get a SINGLE nibble...was super frustrating! We were about to reel the poles in and call it quits when we caught a 4-5lb Rainbow Trout! 5 minutes later, another one! 10 min later..another one! lol in an hour we caught 4 rainbow trout! ...

Sunday 20 July

A travel blog entry by manningnz on Jul 30, 2008

9 photos

... over the Big Horn Mountains and closer to Yellowstone. Boy it's a remote place out here! As we climbed into the National Forest up in the Mountains we darted off the road near the top and down a gravel road with a number (which means National Forest Access and camping for free). We drove for a few miles before we arrived in a beautiful clearing with a stream and a lovely shady spots for camping. There were a few other people in tents etc but that was no problem. We ...

Cowboys - Cody, Deadwood, Little Bighorn, Mt Rush

A travel blog entry by skcoll on Sep 14, 2005

55 photos

... ice-water and suddenly they had customers all the time (though the completion of Mount Rushmore had something to do with this!). They still offer free ice-water, 5c coffee, cheap drugstore stuff is basically a big tat shop. It fills a block and has a backyard for the kids full of rides and dinosaur statues. After lunch here we headed on and entered the Badlands National Park - so called by Indians and Trappers because it was such a bad land to cross. It was ...