Five Springs Falls Campground

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Five Springs Falls Campground


(307) 578-5900

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This BLM-administered campground is nestled at the base of the Bighorn Mountains along Five Springs Creek. It is centrally located between the Bighorn National Forest's Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark and the National Park Service's Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. A short hike on the trail from the parking area leads to a viewing area of Five Springs Falls. The upper loop of the campground provides a breathtaking scenic overlook of the Bighorn Basin and access to trails leading to the Bighorn National Forest. The campground is within the Five Springs Falls Area of Critical Environmental Concern that was designated to protect existing populations of four near-endemic rare and sensitive plant species. The elevation ranges from 6,250 feet at the campground to 7,240 feet at the forest boundary.

Map of Five Springs Falls Campground

Latitude, Longitude: 44.803885, -107.970543



  • Camping

    The campground features 19 developed campsites. The lower loop of the campground contains nine campsites with tent pads, fire rings, picnic tables, and a central toilet facility and water faucet. The sites in the lower loop are suitable for tent camping or picnicking only, with the exception of the host site where parking a camp trailer is possible. The upper loop of the campground contains ten campsites, and a central toilet facility. Many of the campsites in the upper loop are designed as pull through sites suitable for camp trailers. The campground has eight accessible campsites. The central water faucet and toilet facilities are also accessible.

  • Picnicking

    There are picnic tables in the campground.


The best time to visit is during the summer between May and October. The site is open year round, but is often not accessible during the winter months due to snow pack.



From Lovell, go about 22 miles east on US 14A.

Phone Numbers


(307) 578-5900