Free Camping with Free Electric at Lewis Park in Wheatland, Wyoming

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We found another great campsite in Wyoming! This one is called Lewis Park, its located in Wheatland. The best part about this site is that if offers free water & electric. We found it by searching Campendium & FreeCampsites.

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Here’s the Breakdown:

Location: Lewis Park in Wheatland, Wyoming

GPS42.0478, -104.9533

Date / Temp: We camped here for 3 nights in early August. The temps were fairly mild with highs in the 80s and lows in the 50s. The overcast skies helped keep temps low.

Amenities: This City Park offers potable water, a dump station, trash receptacles and free electricity! The park has baseball fields, a disc golf course, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts and a beautiful walking trail.

Wifi / Cell: One of the highlights of this site is its connectivity. We received a strong 4G LTE signal with our AT&T hotspot & phones. According to Campendium reviews, Verizon also receives great signal at the site. Unfortunately, T-Mobile receives no service.

Noise: This site is mildly quiet. It doesn’t get too much traffic, and since its pretty large, the traffic it does get is spread out. The loudest thing around is a nearby train track – we’ve heard trains two or three times a day.

Grocery / Errands: Downtown Wheatland is less than a mile away, it offers standard grocery shopping, bars and restaurants. The park is located centrally to all businesses and city services.

Dog Friendly: This site is dog friendly. River had a lot of space to play and explore. She loved the lush green grass to roll around on.

Entertainment: We enjoyed this park as a stop over as we trek through Wyoming. Our favorite activity here is enjoying the high quality walking trails.

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  1. So it has a “Dump N Fill” station there… Free or slight cost for non site user??? and town? markets… thanks.. I”m over at the Grayrock Res waiting for the Eclipse..

  2. Great park awesome city employees . I had truck problems and they stopped to see if I needed help.

  3. Thanks for the info! Going to Yellowstone in September and this may come in handy!! Also, your baby girl is beautiful!!

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