Five Springs Falls Campground


Five Springs Falls Campground provides an excellent opportunity for camping, hiking, picnicking, and sightseeing. The elevation ranges from 6,520 feet at the campground to 7,240 feet at the forest boundary. This area offers breathtaking views of northern Bighorn Basin with a panoramic view of the Bighorn, Pryor, and Absaroka Mountains. Wildlife in the area include: deer, elk, moose, black bear, and mountain lion.

The lower loop of the campground contains 9 campsites with tent pads, fire rings, picnic tables, and a central toilet facility. The sites in the lower loop are suitable for tent camping or picnicking only, with the exception of the host site (#1), where parking a camp trailer is possible. A water faucet adjacent to the host site is available for all visitors. A short hike on the trail from the parking area leads to a lookout of Five Springs Falls. There are 2 benches located along the trail to the falls.

The upper loop of the campground contains 10 campsites with tent pads, fire rings, and a central toilet facility. Travel up the access road to the campsites, which are located along the right side of the road, and surrounding the upper parking area. Some of the campsites in the upper loops are designed as pull-through sites suitable for camp trailers. There are 2 benches located to the left of the access road adjacent to the toilet facility that provide an overlook of the surrounding mountain ranges. The upper loop of the campground also provides access to trails leading to the Bighorn National Forest.Travel 22 miles east on U.S. Highway 14A from Lovell, and turn left at the Five Springs Falls Campground sign. Travel this steep, narrow access road for two miles to the lower loop of the campground (not suitable for recreational vehicles over 25 ft. in length). The road continues to the upper loop, which contains additional sites.(307)578-5900Cody_WYMail@blm.govCody_WYMail@blm.gov

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