Lodging In Laramie

After checking into the race on Friday, July 26th, 2019, we encourage you to grab some dinner at a historic downtown restaurant and then check into one of our fine local hotels or motels. They have comfy beds, fluffy pillows, and Wyoming has plenty of sheep to count too. Book your room now and beat the rush.

Camping at the race site:

Primitive camping is available at the start/finish. Port-a-potties are available beginning Thursday evening, July 25, through Monday morning, July 29. There is no water on site. 

Do your best to stay in the area shown on the map below. If you camp outside of the area shown, you must be within 100 feet of an open system road.


Developed Campgrounds:

There are four campgrounds near the start/finish.

  • Tie City Campground (6 miles west in Happy Jack)

  • Yellowpine Campground (6 miles west in Happy Jack)

  • Vedauwoo Recreation Area Campground (15 miles south of the start/finish)

  • All three National Forest campgrounds have water, picnic benches and outhouses. It's a good idea to check on the status of Forest Service campgrounds around Laramie. They don't tend to be consistently open or have reliable, nor potable water. 

  • Curt Gowdy State Park (9 miles east on WY 210) has campgrounds with water, picnic benches and outhouses along with a visitor center with showers.

All photography courtesy of the Pedal House