Laramie Koa

Laramie, Wyoming

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In its early days, Laramie was a rip-roaring railroad town. Today, the University of Wyoming's Western pride shines forth in this small town surrounded by beautiful mountains. Laramie KOA is easily accessible from I-80, and it has more than 100 full-hookup Pull-Thru RV Sites with 30/50-amp service (water restrictions in the winter - please call for details). The campground also offers cozy one- and two-room Cabins, Premium Tent Sites and a grassy tent area - all with picnic tables and charcoal grills. Other amenities include a recreation center (open late spring - fall, weather permitting), an off-leash K9 area, a laundry room, satellite TV (in all rows) and Wi-Fi. Local attractions include the Wyoming Territorial Prison, Lincoln Monument, University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center, Historic Ivinson Mansion and the Ames Monument. Shop and dine in historic downtown Laramie. This KOA is a great stop on your journey. Max pull thru: 85 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

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  • Hike the Turtle Rock Trail

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  • Hike to the Chameleon

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