Unbeatable opportunities to explore the natural landscapes and features of Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area make the park a premier destination for RV camping. Occupying about 188 sq. miles, there are diverse ecosystems and wildlife in the park, as well as various camping options available for virtually all kinds of recreational pursuits. The park consists of the North District located in Fort Smith, Montana, and the South District located in Lovell, Wyoming.
Recreational opportunities available at Bighorn Canyon NRA include hiking on all the park’s trails that add up to 17 miles and vary in difficulty, angling for up to 38 different fish species, and bird watching. Boating, canoeing and kayaking also fun ways to spend your time at the park, particularly as there are two marinas equipped with boating supplies. Horseback riding, cycling, and historic tours are also other interesting ways to engage yourself.
RV, backcountry, and group camps are available at Bighorn Canyon NRA. The RV campsites are distributed across three campgrounds, one of which provides electric and water hookups. Most of the RV campsites in the park are available on first-come, first-served basis. Some of the amenities in the park include toilets, dump station, and food storage lockers.
Bighorn Canyon NRA has something for everyone!