Rawlins Koa

Rawlins, Wyoming

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Rawlins KOA makes a great base camp for trips throughout the Carbon County area. The "Old Pen" and Carbon County Museum are treasure troves of Wild West history. Miracle Mile is an angler's paradise. Snowy Range Scenic Byway and Battle Highway scenic drive are spectacular! Martin's Cove and Independence Rock depict the move west by our ancestors. Play a round of golf at the award-winning Rochelle Ranch Golf Course. If a quick stopover is in your plans, the Rawlins KOA is your best bet with easy-on/easy-off from I-80. Guests appreciate the clean showers and rest-rooms, playground, off-leash pet area, 24-hour laundry facility and other camper conveniences! Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: Jim and Marilyn Godfrey.


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