The Facilities at Camp Buffalo Bill are available for rental for both scout and non-scout groups throughout our operational season (May-Oct), except during our summer camp sessions, June 1st – August 31st.

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Whether you are only looking for a campsite on your way to Yellowstone or want to host a family reunion, training event, class field trip, or retreat utilizing our cabins, lodge and kitchen, Camp Buffalo Bill can provide a beautiful, memorable location for your needs.

Groups can take advantage of the many amenities and activities available including our amphitheater, riverside campfire ring, shooting sports complex, boating and fishing pond, and climbing wall.

We have a variety of lodging options including six rustic cabins, several cabin suites, and 11 campsites.

Our main lodge can handle 220 people and is equipped with a full commercial kitchen.

All facilities and programs are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

For availability and questions, please call our Casper office (307)-234-7329

What some of our guests have to say:

“Camp Buffalo Bill made a perfect home away from home – a great place to set off from in the early morning dark, and a great place to come together at the end of long days in the field. It was definitely key to establishing the kind of productive, cooperative learning community that will support students in their work for the rest of the quarter. Thanks so much for everything you did to facilitate this process.”
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