Ten Sleep RV Park

(9 Reviews)

98 2nd Street, Ten Sleep, WY 82842

307-366-2250

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GPS: 44.0335, -107.4518

Ten Sleep RV Park is located at 98 2nd Street, Ten Sleep, Wyoming 82842 with a total of 52 campsites. Before your trip to Ten Sleep RV Park, check out website at https://www.tensleeprvpark.com/ or contact them through 307-366-2250 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

44.0335, -107.4518

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 44.0335, -107.4518

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Overview of Ten Sleep RV Park


Last Price Paid: $56

Reported by Jan on 08.08.2021

Longest RV Reported: 39 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

52

Elevation:

4,396 ft / 1,339 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Ten Sleep RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar Jan
    Great Little Park

    Reviewed 8/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 5F

    Privately owned by a very friendly, helpful couple (Shawn and Sherry Seymour). Although this is a return visit for us, the ownership has changed; the new owners are equally as nice as the former owners though. Note that there is a 4% surcharge if using a credit card. There are 52 FHU pull through sites (30 or 50 amp) with plenty of sh...morePrivately owned by a very friendly, helpful couple (Shawn and Sherry Seymour). Although this is a return visit for us, the ownership has changed; the new owners are equally as nice as the former owners though. Note that there is a 4% surcharge if using a credit card. There are 52 FHU pull through sites (30 or 50 amp) with plenty of shade trees, several cabins, 4 bunk houses and a grassy tent site area with shade. They also have a horse hotel facility for boarding horses for travelers. There are two bathhouses and a laundry – all are very clean and well kept. One unusual note: the pull through sites are in several very long rows so one rig is placed in front of another. There is plenty of space to pull past other rigs to set up. There are irrigated areas of grass between the long rows, but is an unusual set up. Every site has a picnic table. Shawn will lead each incoming rig to the proper site. We are in row 5F this time. There is no OTA TV reception in Ten Sleep, but our portable Dish works well. The park’s free WiFi works almost all the time. Both ATT and Verizon cell service work well. Mosquito spraying is done, just in case. Ten Sleep is located at the base of a beautiful canyon and is a very small town - the campground is 2 blocks from the local saloon/restaurant, ice cream store, convenience store, library, gas station, senior center, post office, local museum etc. The saloon has great pizza and ribeye steaks on weekends, burgers etc. all week long. There is a craft brewery about a mile down the road. We love Ten Sleep but it is a quiet, little town, so if you want lots of action close by, it might not be for you. We use it as a base for exploring the Big Horn Basin and the Big Horn Mts. The next larger town is about 25 miles west. This is our 8th time to visit Ten Sleep and we will return!

  • Area Guides Avatar Aaron
    Friendly staff

    Reviewed 26/5/2021

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    Days stayed: 1

    We stayed one night at Ten Sleep. We didn’t use any hook ups so they only charged us $25. The bath house was clean. It was a bit rustic and only had curtains for doors in toilets and showers but the cleanliness made up for it. The older gentleman who was doing leather work was kind to our daughter who was learning leatherwork herself. ...moreWe stayed one night at Ten Sleep. We didn’t use any hook ups so they only charged us $25. The bath house was clean. It was a bit rustic and only had curtains for doors in toilets and showers but the cleanliness made up for it. The older gentleman who was doing leather work was kind to our daughter who was learning leatherwork herself. The camp is horse friendly and had stables for horses. Evidently there are really good horse trails nearby as well. Had good WiFi too.

  • Area Guides Avatar Onlytherocks
    Worst campground and owners we have ever seen and met!

    Reviewed 2/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $49

    When we arrived we were promptly rushed into a site as the horse trailers were coming. Within two minutes of getting to our site, and asking about how we were going to hook up we were told “this is your site, we got your f**cking money so take it or leave”. Then to make his point the owner stuck his face into mine and said “if you want...moreWhen we arrived we were promptly rushed into a site as the horse trailers were coming. Within two minutes of getting to our site, and asking about how we were going to hook up we were told “this is your site, we got your f**cking money so take it or leave”. Then to make his point the owner stuck his face into mine and said “if you want to start something, I’ll finish it” he then stormed off. We left immediately. This place is first and foremost a way station for transporting horses, many horses. That means big trucks hauling many horses. They put an occasional RV in the middle of all of the horse trailers. As other reviews have said the hookups are very odd. Where we were placed was a one way dirt road, we were the first spot. Utilities were on the wrong side, the sewer was a hole in the middle of the road. Our sewer connection was under our rig. We could not put out our slides on either side without hitting a tree or being in the road. You cannot get to or leave your site once the horse trailers arrived. We were charged $49. Per night and planned to stay 4 nights. There is no way there was any confusion about our slides or size. Never in my life have I been threatened with violence by anyone. These are bad people. We were truly worried for our safety and didn’t for one second think about staying. I would definitely avoid this place. If we could give this place zero stars we would.

  • Area Guides Avatar Adriano
    Nice, shaded park with quick access to the canonyon for climbing

    Reviewed 17/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 11

    Site number: 3A

    I came here to be near the canyon for rock climbing. It's about a 15 minute drive to good crags. The campground is quiet, clean, and well shaded. The place doubles as a horse hotel, so there's quite a bit of horse trailer traffic, but it didn't bother me at all. The way they arrange the sites is a bit unorthodox, which means yo...moreI came here to be near the canyon for rock climbing. It's about a 15 minute drive to good crags. The campground is quiet, clean, and well shaded. The place doubles as a horse hotel, so there's quite a bit of horse trailer traffic, but it didn't bother me at all. The way they arrange the sites is a bit unorthodox, which means you often can't put out an awning to cover the picnic tables. Water pressure is is good (at least at the front of the campground), and the water tasted fine. Wireless Service ---Cell service is passable. T-mobile data is unavialable; Verizon, and AT&T both have decent coverage. Campground Wifi was functional, albeit slow at times.Service with 6dBi gain, omnidirectional antenna:T-mobileWas not useful for data.Verizon1.5-2Mbps down1.5-2Mbps upNote: Verizon seems to throttle at 2Mbps hereAT&T4Mbps down3Mbps up

  • Area Guides Avatar scottmachado
    Good overnight stay

    Reviewed 24/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    Came in very late. Paid in the morning. Nice manager in the office. Easy pull-throughs. Bathrooms and showers were open and clean.

  • Area Guides Avatar gesam
    Nice shady place

    Reviewed 7/10/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 4

    We were here early-mid August 2018. The park is very shady with plenty of green grass and each site has it’s own picnic table. The trailers are arranged in parallel fashion, our water and power hookups were on the curb/exit side of the coach with the sewer hookup on the street/driver’s side. We were able to park the TV behind the coac...moreWe were here early-mid August 2018. The park is very shady with plenty of green grass and each site has it’s own picnic table. The trailers are arranged in parallel fashion, our water and power hookups were on the curb/exit side of the coach with the sewer hookup on the street/driver’s side. We were able to park the TV behind the coach. We did not use the showers or restrooms, but did use the clean laundry facility. Six washers and dryers, a utility sink, and an area to fold clothes. We walked our dog along a gravel road between the fairgrounds and the park and were eventually able to take him to the nearby football field for an of-leash run. The owners are very nice and let us know the park would be under new management in 2019. The town of Ten Sleep is small but has basic amenities such as gas, propane, the Saloon, and a couple of other eateries. Dirty Annies has a small coffee bar, camping supplies, organic produce, milk, and meat, t-shirts, jewelry, plus lots of other things. It’s small but powerful! Get local brew from the Ten Sleep Brewery.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jason & Barb
    Shady and calm

    Reviewed 27/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: D4

    This is a great place for a stay just on the West side of the Big Horn moutains on US Highway 16 at about 4300' elevation. At first we were confused by the arrangement of the campers, they are long roads that you "parallel" park along, but NOT REALLY! The owner will guide you into an appropriate spot straiight on, just think of these...moreThis is a great place for a stay just on the West side of the Big Horn moutains on US Highway 16 at about 4300' elevation. At first we were confused by the arrangement of the campers, they are long roads that you "parallel" park along, but NOT REALLY! The owner will guide you into an appropriate spot straiight on, just think of these really big pull-thrus. We were there SUN-WED so we were given a spot that we could easily get out of when we needed on WED morning. The bathrooms and showers are small but everything was very clean. The tables at the sites were clean, the utilities worked well, the roads are well maintained and the owner very nice. Verizon was the best network here and was good for streaming. It would not have been a good network for trying to connect VPN to the office. 4G LTE: 9Mbps down, 0.4Mps up, 93ms ping.AT&T was 4G only, no LTE.

  • Area Guides Avatar CarlaMowell
    Small Town and Shady

    Reviewed 10/8/2015

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 2

    We stayed here to attend the Nowoodstock Festival and it was perfect for that. It was very crowded that weekend but it just added to the festival weekend feel. The shower-house was clean, they have a nice dishwashing station in the laundry room, and a nice antique shop attached to the office, which I want to explore next time. There ar...moreWe stayed here to attend the Nowoodstock Festival and it was perfect for that. It was very crowded that weekend but it just added to the festival weekend feel. The shower-house was clean, they have a nice dishwashing station in the laundry room, and a nice antique shop attached to the office, which I want to explore next time. There are many cottonwood trees on the property which makes for almost guaranteed shade, which is nice. The park is just three blocks from Vista Park where the festival was held. I would always prefer to stay at a state or national park but this was well worth it and overall a nice experience.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nathan @ Wand'rly
    One of those perfect little western towns

    Reviewed 3/2/2015

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    Days stayed: 1

    This review is probably more for the town than the RV park. I won't go into detail, but when my everyone knows your name before you've gotten the first beer you order, well, call me a cowboy but yippee kay ya buzz!The park deserves mention though because it's one of those rather rare "walk to a really cool small town" kind of place...moreThis review is probably more for the town than the RV park. I won't go into detail, but when my everyone knows your name before you've gotten the first beer you order, well, call me a cowboy but yippee kay ya buzz!The park deserves mention though because it's one of those rather rare "walk to a really cool small town" kind of places, friendly enough owner and I hope we get a chance to visit again with way more time. Gorgeous country all around too, both on the drive down the canyon from the east and out toward the west.

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