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Located just west of Riverton, Wyoming, Jim Moss Arena Campground features 20/30/50 amp water and electric sites along with primitive tent sites for those seeking something a little more different. Amenities at the park include WiFi, fire pits, firewood, shower and restroom facilities, picnic areas, trash services and a dump station available for $10. Visitors can take advantage of the various outdoor activities such as basketball, hiking, biking and stargazing. Whether it's for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!
Back-in RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Community Fire Pit
Fire Ring / Grill
Pull-Thru RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Remote Work Friendly
We are located 160 miles from Jackson and only 50 miles from Thermopolis Hot Springs and the Wind River Canyon
charlotte m miller
I'm sorry that you didn't have a good experience. We are usually here. We had to run to Utah to pick up our new camper. I do all of the driving, because my husband's health is very poor. I tried to communicate with everyone, but it's very difficult to text and drive (especially pulling the new 5th wheel camper). I noticed that some of my text messages did not go through to you (while driving in no cell service areas). We do not have events at our arena. We simply share our space with others. We have an RV dump available. Our new RV site numbers just arrived - our son designed them. They were on the porch, when we arrived home. Almost everyone enjoys our hospitality, our wide open spaces - most say they enjoy how quiet, save and private it is.
I do feel bad that you felt neglected. I enjoyed meeting you and showing you around. Your reservation did not include paying for firewood. Had you paid for and reserved firewood, I would have provided you plenty of firewood. Had you simply contacted me and let me know that you needed firewood, I would have gladly brought you more than enough for a long lasting fire. We do have other campers (guests) and a few friends that come to help us or tend to their horses and I do not consider any of them odd.