The Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground was our first stop after leaving Yellowstone N.P.
This small RV offered more than we anticipated. It offers great amenities and is easily located. In addition, the private bathrooms/showers were a big hit. Continue reading to learn all about this great RV park.
Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground Location
The RV park is located at 715 E. Main St Lander, WY. It is about three hours from Yellowstone’s southern entrance. In addition, it is about two hours north of I-80 and Rawlings. WY.
The park offers pull-through sites, economy-priced sites, and sites with a view of the surrounding beauty. In addition to the RV sites, they offer cabins and tent sites. Be sure to check out their website to learn more about their amenities.
Economy Sites – Offer water and 30 amp electric only.
Pull-Through Sites – Offer full hook-ups for RVs from 50-70ft in length.
Best View Sites – Offer full hook-ups with 50/30/20 amp service and no obstructions of the surrounding views.
In addition, they offer:
Private bathrooms with showers
The RV park offers the amenities you would expect from a small RV park. However, the private bathrooms deserve a mention. Anytime we can step into a clean bathroom we take full advantage. This park is one of the few parks we have visited that offer immaculate, spacious, private bathrooms and showers.
RV Park Review
The Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground is a small park. However, don’t be fooled. In addition to great views, it offers easy access to the town of Lander. The sites are pretty close to each other, and there is not a tremendous amount of privacy. However, this is what we expect from RV parks.
The staff was great and very helpful to us. During our stay the other guest were friendly, and we ended up meeting new friends.
We did travel with our two kids. Unfornutlay, there was not a lot for them to do. However, they did enjoy sitting around the campfire and relaxing after the day’s drive from Yellowstone.
This park was one of the stops on our cross-country trip to Yellowstone.
After spending four days in Yellowstone we were happy to be heading back eat towards Massachusetts. This park offered a great one-night stop-over for us.
We did learn one important lesson when we left this park. As we left we decided to take 287 through Jeffery City down to Rawlings, WY. It was here that we picked up I80 to head east.
This was a long drive through a rather desolate part of Wyoming. However, the drive is beautiful. Of course, we were unaware that Jeffery City was in fact an abandoned mining town.
We had a very pleasant time and highly recommend this nice RV Park & Campground.
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