Boony Bash Equine Rv Park


$25.00 USD per night, starting at.

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1008 Missouri Valley Rd, Riverton, WY, 82501

Welcome to Boony Bash Equine RV Park! We are a small, quaint park in a country setting just 15 minutes out of Riverton, Wyoming.  Whether you have horses or not, we will do our utmost to make your stay fun, relaxing and memorable.

Boony Bash Equine Rv is located in a quiet country setting on HWY 134. Our park is set up to accommodate all travels but just recently we added equine stalls for those overnight horse travelers. We offer everything from dry camping to full hook up. Look forward to hearing from you .🤠. Joe and Kathy

Last Updated: 09/23/2021


RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hookup RV Site $40.00 $280.00 Choose Your Site
Partial Hookup RV Sites $30.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site
Primitive RV Sites $25.00 $175.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Sites $20.00 $140.00 Choose Your Site

Self Contained

Please note RVs must be self contained. We do not offer bathhouse/restroom facilities.

Pet Policy

Please note extra large or aggressive breeds will no be allowed on site. All pets must be current on vaccines and kept on a leash. Please clean up after your pet.

Equine Maintenance and Clean up

We offer hay and cubes for sale for horses and mules. We provide Wheelbarrow and forks (free) for equine clean up. Horse and mules are $25 per night per pen. Due to pen sizes, one equine per pen. Horse and mule stalls are expected to be cleaned before departure. $50 cleaning fee will be charged if not cleaned.


30 Amps

50 Amps

Community BBQ/Grill

Drinking Water

Dump Station

Fire Pit

Fire Ring / Grill

Picnic Area

Picnic Table

WiFi



Horseback Riding






1008 Missouri Valley Rd, Riverton, WY, 82501
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Known as an historic crossroads for Native Americans, Explorers, Cowboys, and Travelers, Riverton lies along the 'Yellowstone Highway' and is a favorite stop-over for visitors to Yellowstone and Jackson Hole.

Riverton offers amenities of a city.  Cultural attractions and outdoor recreation in the nearby Wind River Mountains, along the Wind River Valley, and the Boysen Reservoir are enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.

Abundant wildlife attracts visitors interested in fishing and hunting. Hiking and rock climbing are also within a short drive. If you prefer water sports, consider white water rafting down the Wind River Canyon or a visit to Boysen Reservoir, which offers diverse fishing, swimming, and boating. 

People can also enjoy biking or four-wheeling along the Wyoming Heritage Trail, which is part of the Rails to Trails program with end points in Riverton and Shoshoni. 

Attractions

Castle Gardens

Located 45 miles east of Riverton, the Castle Garden is a petroglyph site featuring Native American rock art among outcroppings of sandstone.

Mountain Man Rendezvous

Held each year during the first week of July, on the site of the original 1838 Rendezvous, this event features a week long re-creation of the trappers and traders encampment and features games of skills, food, dancing, and entertainment.

Native American Pow-wows

Regional pow-wows and weekly Indian dance exhibitions offer a glimpse of traditional Native American customs.  The season usually lasts from May through August, with the dance exhibitions held in Riverton's City Park.



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