Aug 3-7, 2018
15-26 Aug 2018
Jun 3 - Jul 5, 2018
August through September 2017
Aug 8-22, 2017
July 25, 2017
September 5, 2016
We stayed for 2 weeks in the summer of 2015. Everyday we got up excited to be in Cheyenne in general and at F.E.Warren in particular. There were a few minor things that could have been better, but having said that we most definitely look forward to being here again. Most of the complaints I heard were because folks did not follow the directions that were given - DO NOT TRY TO COME UNDER THE RAILROAD BRIDGE!!! Two folks did and two folks were very unhappy with the results; it is not high enough to accommodate 5th wheels or motor homes - it is 11 foot 6 inches, and the air conditioners on the roofs will not survive. The only thing that encouraged us to leave is the changing leaves and the snow that will soon follow. This camp may not have all the up-to date amenities, but is has 50 amp service - water - and septic at the sites. And incredible beauty and history everywhere. Thanks F.E.Warren for the beautiful memories that my wife and I have told and re-told to all our friends and family.
Sept 1 - 4 2014
Made our reservation on the Saturday before Labor Day and when we arrived our name and site number were posted on the office door. Nice facilities but two things prevented a 5 - very poorly maintained road into the park and the apparent long termer's sites. Broken chairs and a full sized refrigerator do not come close to meeting 'military' standards. Staff was great and this place is so close to downtown Cheyenne and all that city has to offer.
Great family camp and run very well. Friendly staff and a pleasure dealing with them. Stayed in 2003 in my trailer and back July 2014 on my way to Sturgis, riding and camping the whole way. $10 nightly for tent and I'm told dry camp. WiFi signal in park weak but office strong. Office and laundry open 24/7 but no management on site after 1800. Run professionally and nice place. Camp full because of "Frontier Days" here in Cheyenne. Gate 1 is open 24/7 but you go under 11'6" bridge so RVs need to use Gate 2 or get direction @ 1 after hours.
May 18-20, 2014
Call first for current information. Gate 1 is closed, Gate 2 is open, the creek is flooded, also the gravel road from Missile Rd. and the clearance on the tunnels is 11'6" so there is no reason for all campers to avoid them. A better instruction would be to know the height of your RV including whatever is on the roof. The gate guards are supposed to be giving directions, according to the manager. This is one of my favorite FAMCAMPS. We had only electric this visit for $10/nt because it's still winter rates. They are in the process of turning the water on. The restrooms and excellent laundry are still available and the wifi is good in spots. Only one obvious homesteader. Gravel sites with grass surrounding them and a picnic table. Wonderful shade trees. The Nature Trail is very nice and is a good walk.
May 10 to 12, 2012
We were here for two nights in the off- season and enjoyed both the picturesque campground and the $10 rate (50A only - no water). It was a pleasant 1-1/4 mile walk to the BX / commissary. The antelope were everywhere and fun to watch. BTW We spoke to the outdoor rec folks before we came in and learned which gate to use. They are doing a lot of work on base on the gates - so gate 1 on Randall was open but under active construction and had been modified with a much higher clearance to allow Semis and big RVs to use it. Gate 5 on Central was open but was closing on Monday for mods. Gate 2 on Missile Drive was closed temporarily but was opening next week. So call the office to find out which gate to use depending on the day of the week and what time of day you are arriving. We called Outdoor Rec @ 307-773-2988 (while their mailing address is on Randall Ave, they are physically located at 6205 15th Cavalry Ave) and they were very helpful. Also, the under passes under the railroad from Randall to the famcamp and at S. Creek and S. Frontier are only 11'5" to 12'5" so use Old Glory Rd (no under or over pass) to Missile Dr and take it past the BX / commissary to the camp.
April 7, 2012
Very nice little FamCamp. We are here in the off-season, so no water or sewer, but $10 for 50amp power is a bargain! It was great fun to see the resident antelope herd wandering through the campground. Nicely wooded with level gravel sites, some pull-throughs for big rigs. We chose a back-in and it was just barely big enough for our 34' Class A, even hanging off the back of the site. We arrived on a Saturday when Gate 2/Missile Drive was closed- Outdoor Rec had told us to use Gate 5 on Central Ave (which also turned out to be closed) but the guy in the Pass and ID Office said Gate 5 was for commercial rigs only (even though the highway signs say vehicle combinations over 30' use Gate 5) Anyway, we used Gate 1/Randall Drive. No problems. If you enter at Gate 1, do NOT come into the FamCamp directly from Randall Drive with a high-profile rig- there is an 11' underpass at the entrance to the FamCamp. Cut over to Missile Drive by going left (south)on Old Glory Rd or S. Frontier Rd. The FamCamp is just a short ways past the commissary and exchange complex, on the right hand (north) side of Missile Drive. We got a decent Verizon signal for our Internet aircard and for the phone as well. No signal for our ATT aircard.
9-12 Aug 2011
Called a day ahead and got reservation with no problem. When we arrived names were on board outside office with what site to take. Full hookup, water sewer, power 30amp site, no cable but picked up several channels on antennae, WIFI at the office area only. We came in gate 2 and drove straight down Missile to gravel road leading to CG, this gate has limited hours. If you come in gate 1 there are only a couple of roads to get back over to Missile road, other roads leading to that side have LOW RR bridges, anywhere from 12'6" down to 11'6". The Shoppette is near gate 1 and the BX and commissary are near gate 2. Easy to get on and off base with DOD sticker and ID, I25 just outside the gate. It's about 5 minutes to the city and directions are simple. The campsites are gravel and relatively level, we did no leveling at all. Water, sewer and power hookups are convenient and in good state of repair. The bath house is located next to the office and look fairly new in a brick building. Most of the sites are back in but there are a number of pull thru as well. Plenty of wildlife around the base, lots of geese and pronghorn all around. At $20 a night we felt this CG was a good bargain. The only things I saw that need some attention is landscaping. I would definitely return if in this area of the country again and would recommend this CG to anyone.
August 14-29, 2010
I really want to write a completely negative comment just to keep people away from this outstanding FAMCAMP but I just couldn't do that to Richard. The best in the system? No, but we really had a great stay. We came in gate 2 (Missile Drive) and followed the sign that stated RV's had to stop at the red barn but quickly an airman came over to the RV and said we didn't have to get inspected. I think that is only for exercises. Also think it doesn't matter which gate RV's enter since there aren't any barricades to negotiate at gate 1 or 2 and when we left we had to go out gate 1. Directions on this and the FE Warren FAMCAMP website were good as was the signage directing us to the temporary road. The temporary road is no problem for any size rig. We have a 40' Monaco, towing, and had no problems. In fact, after walking the dog on the old, original drive that was closed due to flooding I liked the temporary road better since it was smoother. No ruts or potholes. The original drive is partial pavement (breaking up) and gravel with ruts and potholes, narrow spots and one sharp turn. They have super fast wi-fi but only in the office unless you get a close site. We could not get a signal from our site (#34) but it's a short walk to the office and the furniture, although old, was comfortable. No cable but we had no problem getting a satellite signal from our site. There is a laundry room at the office with 3 washers and 3 dryers that cost $.75 a load. Dryers were super hot. The laundry room is where we ran into our first negative experience. When my wife started laundry there was a worker in the office and unlike Richard this guy was rude and obnoxious to my wife. When I went in the guy didn't say a word and acted like I just interrupted his nap. In fact I might have being his clothes were all wrinkled, he was dirty, and just plain nasty. I'm not sure if he was on the staff or a volunteer or what but he needs to go. A few other negatives were all because of the other campers. We could never enjoy a morning or evening sitting outside because although the speed limit in the campground is 10 mph very few people seemed to want to go that speed or slower and it is dusty and windy and we would just get covered. The other problem was the campers who insisted on having their dogs off the leash. The German shepherd scared our little Cocker Spaniel. Since Richard doesn't enforce the rules I don't think the Air Force should waste the money printing up the rules and regulations. It's really hard to believe we were all leaders at some level at one time and yet very few follow the rules now. It seems once some people retire every leadership trait ever learned goes out the window. As far as price it didn't seem that bad to me. Curt Gowdy State Park is only $10 for residents and $17 for non-residents and is comparable to FE Warren as far as what they have to offer. They do have lakes nearby though. Most of the others cost more just to get cable TV. From $31.95 to $41.99 before any discounts or taxes. Being our son is stationed at FE Warren we will definitely be back and will definitely stay at this FAMCAMP.
August 12 - 17, 2010
Sites are fine. There are trees between the rows. Richard, the manager, is hospitable and goes out of his way to work out any problems. Through a communication problem that was neither the camp's fault nor mine, our reservations were canceled. Richard took my husband to see the available sites and gave us our choice. Everything worked out just fine. The other office staff were courteous and friendly. The restrooms and laundry are immaculate. There are prong horn visits every day. The museum on base is a must see. Food in the dining facility is good and quite reasonable. I rated value and amenities/facilities at 4 because cable tv should be one of the amenities for the $20/night rate. We will return to the camp.
July 10-15, 2010
This is one of the best Famcamps I have been to. The location, staff, and price were unbeatable! I really enjoy Wyoming and this location was so outstanding that we decided to stay 5 days. Its also just a short haul to Rushmore, if you want to stay in that cool Mountain altitude just a little longer! I highly highly recommend this camp. When you come in the 2nd gate is under construction. I used the main gate; Randal road; think the bridge clearance was over 14 feet. I also recommend asking the gate guard or current directions; since the construction on the gate changes.
Very nice facility and we would stay here again. Internet service available at base library to check email. Close (1-2 miles) to modern BX/commisary complex.
May 31 to June 3 2007
This was our first Fam Camp and we enjoyed the people and the base. The Prong Horns came right into the camp and the nature trail was great although short...base was very neat. Alltel Air Card worked great. The trains were neat to watch as we have coal trains running thru our small town every 15 min. We will return to this camp again on our way to the Rockies.
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