We are proud of our little community and we’re sure you will remember our hospitality long after you are gone. Hardin is a city of a little over 3,000 people but we are big on friendly and the area is big on experiences.
The area around Hardin is rich in National Parks and National Monuments such as:
It’s a fascinating place for history buffs who will enjoy learning about Custer’s Last stand and those who want to learn more about Native American history as well. You can experience what life was like in the 1800s and see how people made their clothing, food, shelter, and tools.
You can eat a delicious breakfast in town and then browse our unique outdoor museum of 26 historic buildings, vehicles, and an old railroad depot for the afternoon. Most people return to the campground mentioning items they saw there that they haven’t seen since they were kids.
And we’re fortunate to live along the Bighorn Lake where swimming, boating, fishing, and just plain old relaxing abound. Most of all we want you to enjoy yourself. You can fish all day one day and explore a battlefield or museum the next. Whatever suits you while you are here. That’s how a camping trip should be. Just the way you like it.