One of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed in! Small campground with all pull through sites. Picnic tables are covered, sites are totally level, and each site has a grassy area. Restrooms and laundry were IMMACULATE. Like using the facilities at your own home. Laundry only $1.50 for wash and $1.00 for dryer.
We stopped at BJ's for 1 night on our way to North Dakota. Very quaint and well maintained campground. The owner was very friendly and helpful! The restrooms were impeccably clean! The RV space was level and had full hookups with good WiFi. This little park is a hidden gem and will be on our list for future stays.
This is a delightful, well-kept, private campground with the friendliest hostess you could ever meet. Nice and level spots. we were looking for a place to wait out a big winter storm. This campground is three-quarters of a mile walk to everything in town (groceries, liquor, hardware, Dollar store, stage Coach museum, and more). We appreciated a little protection from the Winter winds, as well. And the owner was a pleasure to meet. What an unexpectedly delightful stay!
My husband and I travel a lot with our RV. Stay at a lot of camp ground across the country. Bj camping is by far the best we have stayed at. Owner is amazing, she goes out of her way to make sure you have what you need or want. They have full hook up, laundry, showers. The town and people are so helpful. A lot of great things to see. Will be back.
For us this was just an overnight stay in an RV Park so we didn't expect much. However, the RV space was level, had a full hook up and a grassy park was just across the street for our pooch. Our space had grass and even a cover over the picnic table. Good cable TV and WiFi was a pleasant surprise. The RV Park was immaculate as were the bathrooms. Barbara was very helpful and friendly.
Quiet, clean and very charming in the green, rolling hills of Lusk. Linda made sure all was comfortable - the small touches make for a good experience. Every gal should visit the ladies shower room just for the delightful experience 😊🌷
There is not a lot around here (local hardware store, which is amazing, is "only store for 100 miles"), so a good spot for the night. Only problem was that being a Sunday it was difficult to find anywhere open for a meal and a drink. Ended up in a pub in the middle of town, which worked fine.
Really enjoyed Linda’s humor and spiffed up bathhouse. Clean site and just what we were looking for. Good value too. Lusk is a nice town without specific lure to our journey, but BJ’s was a bright spot.
Clean grassy pull through sites. You can tell Linda loves her campground. When we pulled in she said “why don’t you take care of the kids (our two pups) and I’ll help hubby set up”. She wanted to make sure we were happy with everything. Nice dog park across the street. She did not want dogs eliminating on the sites. All sites had a covered concrete pad. WiFi worked good. We will be stopping here again as we take this route every year.
Lusk, WY, is not a major destination and this campground isn’t flashy but if you find a reason to pass through Lusk and stop over at BJ’s, you should do so. As for Lusk, it has an interesting history and a nice museum. BJ’s is special because of its owner, Linda. She will make you feel welcome and lead you to a nice pull-thru site. The driveways and site pads are gravel with grass strips in between. There is a picnic table underneath a cover. We had a full hookup pull-thru with 50amp electric. There is free WiFi which we found to be reliable. There’s a city park across the street so if you have kids they have a place to explore. The restrooms are super clean and are the most appealing we have seen anywhere. Linda has made them feel “homey” with reading material, notepads, paper cups and lots of decoration. Linda is very charming and fun to visit with. If you’re passing through western Wyoming, stop in at BJ’s Campground. We paid $45.78 per night.…