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- The Bighorn Mountains beckon from your doorstep
- Cafe and lounge with gourmet burgers, Korean tacos, appetisers
- Wyoming and Lake DeSmet souvenirs, fishing licenses, auto supplies
The Lake Stop Resort overlooks the beautiful Big Horn Mountains and Lake Desmet. Indeed, the Big Horn Mountains beckon from your doorstep. extending from the plains and Great Basin area of Wyoming northward into south central Montana.
The team at Lake Stop Resort does its best to carry a bit of everything guests may need for their visit, including groceries, snacks, and various camping, fishing, boating, and watersports items. You will also find Wyoming and Lake DeSmet souvenirs, fishing licenses, some auto supplies, film, toiletries, etc. You just have to go to the Lake Stop C-Store to find all this.
The park has a shower house with private bathrooms and laundry facility. There is also a swimming pool, a beautiful large sauna, and an outdoor playground for the kids to enjoy.
Feeling hungry? Visit the cafe and lounge. It is open 7 days a week, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The menu ranges from gourmet burgers to Korean tacos, to appetisers!
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Large groups: check the listing page for any group restrictions set out in the terms and section titled ‘Please note’.
Large tents/caravans: check the restrictions on unit dimensions to ensure your unit is suitable for the space you will be provided with.
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Horse riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Small (11-25 pitches)
Are the Big Horn Mountains and the Bighorn National Forest the place for you to experience an exciting, relaxing, and stress-free vacation? As they say in Wyoming, You bet! It is an outdoor paradise filled with recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking, picnicking, sightseeing, photography, snowmobiling, skiing, and sledding.
There are several scenic byways which pass through the Bighorn National Forest, all of which provide the traveler with scenic driving. The Bighorn Scenic Byway (US 14) connects the cities of Sheridan and Greybull and includes 45 miles of scenic mountain driving. The Cloud Peak Skyway (US 16), connecting the city of Buffalo and the town of Tensleep, crosses the southern Bighorn National Forest and offers breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks along its 45-mile length. The Medicine Wheel Passage (US 14A) rises sharply from the Bighorn Basin near the city of Lovell and travels 25 miles through high alpine meadows to Burgess Junction, where it intersects with the Bighorn Scenic Byway. This route also boasts the largest ancient Medicine Wheel site in North America.
Since long before the area known as Wyoming became a state in 1890, civilization has been using the southern corridor of this state for transportation, creating a rich heritage to be shared with visitors. From dinosaur tracks to wagons or railroad tracks to modern interstate highways, come for a tour of the area that may take you back thousands of years and you will become a part of the "Tracks Across Wyoming". These take you on a journey through time as well as space. Discover how the stories of westward migration and the nation's first transcontinental railroad and coast-to-coast automobile route are woven throughout southern Wyoming.