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The two RV Gypsies
in Casper and Bar Nunn, Wyoming
August 14, 2013

map of Wyoming showing location of Casperwelcome to Bar Nunn sign
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The two RV Gypsies parked their RV at Casper KOA in Bar Nunn, Wyoming on August 14, 2013 for an overnight stop.  The campground was fairly nice. It had gravel roads, which is standard at most campgrounds. It had an indoor pool and hot tub, but they closed at 8 P.M. so Karen did not use the hot tub, although she would have liked to if only it didn't close so darn early. The campground had fast, secured Wi-Fi and good TV reception. Note: High winds are common here, so RV awnings should be retracted when leaving the campground.

Casper KOA campground entrance
Welcome to Bar Nunn Wyoming sign at KOA campground
Casper KOA office
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