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Reservations are made online: Reserve Wyoming

Wyoming has 2 annual passes, one for day use and one for camping. The camping pass is available to residents only.

The annual day use pass is $96 ($48 for residents) and the resident only camping pass is $89.60. There is a discount when buying the passes at the beginning of the year.

The annual camping pass for residents is a great deal offering unlimited state park dry camping.

The day use fee is not included in camping reservations. Residents buying the camping pass with also want to buy the annual day use pass to cover those fees. When booking online the reservation system will include the day use fee.

Wyoming parks charge a base $18 camping fee ($10 for residents), plus a $12 day use fee ($7 for residents), plus a $4 online booking fee, plus taxes.

Current fees and annual pass information can be found on the Official Website.

Electric hookups are an additional $10/night charge.


Curt Gowdy State Park


Wonderful state park just 45 minutes from Cheyenne with hiking, biking, boating and fishing. A great base camp for visiting the Snowy Range.