There are three campgrounds in Sinks Canyon. Sawmill and Popo Agie campground are state park campgrounds. Sinks Campground is at the upper end of the canyon and is a National Forest campground. There are additional National Forest Campgrounds along the Loop Road (Highway 131) above Sinks Canyon.
Fees for the Shoshone National Forest campground are $15 per night.
Sinks Canyon State Park Camping fees are:
Off season: Oct 1 -April 30 - $6.00 Residents $11.00 for Non- Residents.
Peak Season: May 1- Sept.30 - residents $9.00 non-Residents $16.00
The first campground you come to in the canyon is Sawmill Campground. It is mainly a day use area, but there are five campsites (one of which is a fully ADA accessible site) that can be used by either campers or tents.
There is a large day use picnic shelter at Sawmill Campground that is available on a first come first served basis. The shelter can be reserved for a $35 fee and $35 deposit. Call 307-332-3077 to make reservations.
Sawmill also has a small playground and climbing structure.
There are 24 sites in Popo Agie Campground (see campground map). Several at the lower end are walk-in tent campsites. Tents or campers can be used at all other sites. Large RV sites are very limited. There are no showers or hook-ups.
Most summers there is a camp host at both Popo Agie and Sinks Campgrounds.
Showers are available for a small fee in Lander at the community swimming pool (The Bruce Gresly Aquatic Center) during open swimming hours. Call 307-332-2272 for information on hours.
All camping in the canyon is first come first served – there is no reserving of sites.
All camping is primitive camping: tables, fire rings and pit toilets. There is drinking water available at all campgrounds, but no hookups.
Firewood is provided to campers on the state park (donation suggested).