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Fox Creek Campground - Closed

*THIS CAMPGROUND IS CLOSED*This campground is closed during the 2019 summer season due to construction on the Beartooth Highway.Fox Creek Campground is a large, newly remodeled 33-site campground with beautiful views of Pilot and Index Peaks. From this campground you have great access to the Beartooths and Yellowstone National Park.16-day stay limitWater: AvailableThis site is not accessible to persons with mobility impairments.No cell serviceNotes: Maximum spur 32 feet.


Driving directions to Fox Creek Campground - Closed

From Cody, take State Highway 120 north for 16 miles. Turn left onto State Highway 296, the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. Proceed about 46 miles to the junction with U.S. Highway 212. Turn left onto Highway 212, which is the Beartooth All-American Highway, and continue about 5 miles to Fox Creek Campground.

Location and contact info

Bear Tooth Pass Highway, WY 82414

For campground inquires, please call:

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Activities at Fox Creek Campground - Closed

Camping

Wildlife viewing


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