Belle Fourche River Campground is the only campground located in Devils Tower National Monument. I personally loved the layout of the campground as there are lots of grass and Cottonwood trees that provide shade and turn bright yellow in the fall. Did I mention the incredible views of Devils Tower itself? You can see Devils Tower all around the campground through the Cottonwood trees making even a trip to the restroom rewarding. Here is a list of information to make planning your Devils Tower Camping trip easy.
The campground is open seasonally between May-October and is dependant on the weather
As of 12/09/2017: campsites are $20.00/night and group sites are $30.00/night.
This is a first come, first served campsite and does not take reservations.
The Parks physical address is:
Devils Tower National Monument
Hwy 110 Bldg 170
Devils Tower, Wy. 82714
GPS: 44.579464, -104.70417
There are 50 campsites with a paved road through the campground. There are two campground loops; A and B
Amenities include: picnic table, fire ring, drinking water available, flush toilets and there is a camp host on site. Firewood is not available for purchase.
Thre is no WI-FI available. The National Parks website claims there is Cellular service. I have T-mobile and did not have service.
There are no showers, RV Dump Station or utility sites for RV’s.
You can use generators between 8am-8pm.
Most sites are pull through and can accommodate a 35′ RV.
There are 4 accessible sites (ADA)
Pets are allowed but must be on a leash at all times and not left unattended.
Quiet Hours are 10pm-6am.
Campsites can have a maximum of 2 cars and 8 people per site.
Group sites can have a maximum of 4 cars and 20 people per site.
Check out time is 12pm.
Now you should have all the Devils Tower Camping information you need to start planning your trip to Devils Tower. Make sure to read my article on Devils Tower National Monument for more information and planning your visit!
You will be close to many great National Park Sites when traveling to Devils Tower including:
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