Camping Information

@Atlantic City/ South Pass campgrounds

A few miles west of Limestone Mountain Road, there are a couple of campgrounds managed by the Bureau of Land Management. (BLM 307-332-8400)

@Wild Iris Crag

Free camping along the two track road that parallels the base of the OK Corral wall is very popular during the summer. Please pack out what you pack in. Use the vault toilet located at the beginning of the two track road that accesses the camping. Be aware of any fire bans in effect and honor them. There is no water at this area, so bring plenty with you.

BE DISCREET and low impact! Hang your food! This is bear country. Don't leave food outside of your vehicle unless you are there with the food and consuming. Same applies for dog food. Also do not leave food in your tent during the day or at night. Bears like all food, especially human food! Shoshone National Forest (307) 332-5460.

From Lander, drive beyond Limestone Mtn. Rd (road to Wild Iris Climbing Area) about 5 miles. Look for the brown sign on your right; the turn is on your left. The fee here is $6 per night. Picnic tables, water, and pit toilets. Water is turned off. Price reduced for seniors ($3 with Golden Age Pass).

BJ Tilden working on Moonshine at Wild Iris.

Jeremy Rowan video

Climbing in Wild Iris Wyoming