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Indian Campground & RV Park
660 East Hart
Johnson County
Buffalo, Wyoming
'307.684.9601 or '866.808.9601
May 21, 2016

Indian Campground & RV Park was a nice enough campground, even though all the roads were dirt. The two RV Gypsies just stopped there for one night. It rained part of the night. The campground had large full hook-up sites with Cable TV and wireless internet, but the two RV Gypsies found that their own Wi-Fi was faster. The TV worked okay, but the two RV Gypsies did not use it. The two RV Gypsies did not use any amenities in the campground other than their own site and hook-ups. The campground had a laundry room and a pool, but the water was not in the pool yet. Prices ranged from about $28 to $42 a night depending on the size and type of the site, and $3 for an extra person over the age of 6. Check-in time was noon.

directional sign for Indian Campground RV Park

the dirt road leading into the campground

Welcome sign for Indian Campground RV Park

clever sign telling RVs where to stop

Indian Campground & RV Park office

Indian Campground and RV Park lauundry room

dirt roads at Indian Campground and RV Park

the newest yard for the two RV Gypsies

happy faceThere were a few interesting things to photograph in the office, such as the sign and doorway below. The owner, Harold had a great sense of humor, a quick wit, and was entertaining. Karen Duquette wondered "how much is that horsie in the window"?

sign-where the heck is easy street

horsie in a window

The store inside the campground office had some interesting items, and Karen even bought a pair on PJ shorts that she found amusing, plus they were on sale for 40% off.

shake your booty pj shorts

winking smiley faceThe two RV Gypsies walked across the street from the campground
to eat at
Bozeman Trail Steakhouse
675 East Hart Street
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834
'307.684.5555

Bozeman Trail Steakhouse Bozeman Trail Steakhouse

The Bozeman Trail Steakhouse is a family friendly steakhouse that has a full menu available all day.  They open at 11am and close at 10 p.m. (9 p.m. Labor Day until Memorial Day weekend)

Their menu offered authentic Bison Sirloin and burgers, Elk, separate kids menu, delicious salads and sandwiches and mouth watering steaks.   They had a full bar and offered 16 draft beer choices.  Outside seating is available during summer months and there was a banquet room that holds up to 200 people.

The two RV Gypsies had prime rib and a bacon wrapped petite filet and they were both cooked perfectly. Service was also very good. After eating, the two RV Gypsies had to cross the street and run back to their RV in the pouring rain.

Bozeman Trail Steakhouse strawberry moonshine sign
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