Where To Play

Camping

Campgrounds in Fossil Basin are available from June through September. The majority of sites can be reached by driving north on Wyoming Highway 233, up the Hamsfork Recreation Area. No reservations are needed unless otherwise indicated.

Hams Fork Recreation Area

Hams Fork Road,
Forest Road #10062
Kemmerer Ranger District (307) 877-4415
Bridger Teton National Forest

Fees: $7.00 a night

Hams Fork Campground

43 miles north of Kemmerer

13 developed campsites
Horse corral
Portable drinking water
RV accessible
2 vault toilets
Things to do:

Bike ride to Big Springs
Take the scenic drive to Hobble Creek & hike into Lake Alice
Ride horseback on the nearby trailhead
Fish the Hams Fork River or Indian Creek
Visit the Overland Stage Route/Mormon Trail historical marker
http://publiclands.org/explore/site.php?plicstate=WY&id=1721
Hobble Creek Campground

60 miles north of Kemmerer

18 developed campsites
Horse corrals
Drinking water
Restrooms
RV parking
Things to do:

Hike into Lake Alice
Fish Hobble Creek
Hunt
Wildlife viewing
Picnicking
Boating
Swimming
http://publiclands.org/explore/site.php?id=1719

Lake Alice

1.5 miles hike into lake
9 tent-only sites in 3 campgrounds
sites on the shores of Lake Alice
Restroom

Things to do:

Fishing
Water sports
Hiking
Hunting
Picnicking
http://publiclands.org/explore/site.php?search=YES&back=Search%20Results&id=1720
Kelley Guard Station Lookout/Cabin

45 miles north of Kemmerer

Max occupants: 4
2 bunkbeds with matresses
Open year round
Kitchen with stove
Firewood provided
Propane lights
Things to do:

In the summer-
Hike
Mountain bike
Scenic driving-Big Spring Scenic Backway
Wildlife viewing
Wildflowers
Horseback riding
Fishing
ORV riding
Hunting
In the winter-
Cross-country ski
Snowshoe
Snowmobiling
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/btnf/recreation/recarea?recid=71713&actid=62