10th Annual
BIG HORN MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL

Acoustic, Americana, Folk, Old-Timey,
Bluegrass & Traditional Music
July 11, 12, & 13, 2014
Johnson County Fairgrounds
Buffalo, Wyoming
e-mail: info@bighornmountainfestival.com
Camping
Camping at the Festival Grounds
  • Tent, car, and RV camp sites area available on your right as you enter the Fairgrounds through the South Entrance.  There are plenty of campsites available on a first come, first served basis.  Campfires are not allowed during the festival.  However, there are several picnic tables and charcoal grills available.  We have new and more electrical hookups, but they are still available on a first come, first serve basis (RV users will need extension cords).  Restrooms are located in the Community Building, by the Exhibit Hall, and in the camping area.
  • Camping prices are $30 per vehicle per night with electricity or $15 per vehicle per night without electricity. There is a charge of $10 per vehicle for additional vehicles parked at your camp site.
  • Campers coming into the festival on Thursday will be charged three days of camping.  Campers coming into the festival on Friday will be charged for two days of camping.  There are no refunds for early departure from the festival.  All camping fees must be paid upon entering the Fairgrounds and we cannot reserve campsites.
  • Camping is on a first come, first served basis.  If you camp before or after Thursday, Friday, or Saturday nights, please pay your camping fees to the Johnson County Fair Board.
  • Upon check-in, you will be issued a campground pass to be displayed and visible in the windshield of your vehicle.  Vehicles may leave and re-enter the camping area, but no vehicle will be admitted to the camping area without a camping pass.
  • Wristbands must be worn at all times in the campground as well as on the rest of the festival grounds.
  • Big Horn Mountain Festival is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles.  Security will be patrolling the camping area as well as the festival grounds.  No security will be provided Sunday night.
  • No overnight camping is allowed in the free day parking areas.
Showers
There are a couple of showers at the Fairgrounds that campers can use on a first come first served basis. They are available in the Community building (3 men's, 3 women's) and are included in the camping fee.

Water
Potable water is available in both the campground and stage areas, as well as in the Community Building.  Use these to fill containers for your RV or campsite. There are water spigots throughout the fairground complex.


RV Dump Station
There is no dump station at the fairgrounds, however a free public dump is available by the Cenex station on Hart Street in Buffalo.

Other Camping
There are plenty of places to camp or park your RV in Buffalo, but remember it isn't a large town, and there are lots of folks visiting and passing through all summer. Camping and RV parking are always in demand, so to ensure you find the right place for your stay we urge you to make your reservations early.

If you don't find what you're looking for in or around Buffalo, check out the accommodations in nearby Sheridan. It's only 35 miles away via an easy, scenic drive on I-90, and there are plenty of interesting things to see and do there as well.
Buffalo, Wyoming
Intersection of I-25 and I-90
Buffalo Campgrounds & Motels
Bighorn National Forest Campgrounds (Powder River District)
Sheridan, Wyoming
35 miles north of Buffalo on I-90
RV Parks
Bighorn National Forest Campgrounds (Tongue River District)

Camping, Bed & Breakfasts, Mountain Lodges


Lodging
There are plenty of places to stay in Buffalo, but remember it isn't a large town, and there are lots of folks visiting and passing through all summer. Motels are always in demand, so to ensure you find the right place for your stay we urge you to make your lodging reservations early.

If you don't find what you're looking for in or around Buffalo, check out the accommodations in nearby Sheridan. It's only 35 miles away via an easy, scenic drive on I-90, and there are plenty of interesting things to see and do there as well.

BHMF Host Lodging


Blue Gables Motel & Coffee Bar
662 North Main Street
Buffalo, Wyoming  82834
(307) 684-2574 / 1-800-684-2574
www.bluegables.com
10% Discount for Festival Attendees
Rafter Y Ranch
325 Wagon Box Road
Banner, Wyoming 82832
(307) 683-2258
e-mail

Mountain View Motel Cabins & Campground
585 Fort Street
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834
307-684-2881
e-mail
www.mountainviewbuffalo.com
10% Discount for Festival Attendees
Hampton Inn & Suites
85 U.S. Highway 16 East
Buffalo, WY 82834
307-684-8899
866-538-1369
www.buffalosuiteswy.hamptoninn.com
Discount Rates for Festival Attendees
Big Horn Motel
209 N. Main Street
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834
Phone: (307) 684-7822
Toll Free: 1-800-936-7822
e-mail: info@bighorn-motel.com
www.bighorn-motel.com
15% discount for festival attendees

Super 8 Motel
655 E. Hart
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834
(307) 684-2531
Special rates for festival attendees.

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