Two Moon 24 Course

There is a fire ban in the park. Make sure to bring a cook stove and lots of warm clothes.

The start/finish and all racer camping is in Two Moon Campground. Click the maps to see details of the campground and get you there. The campground has paved roads, water, and bathrooms. There is a playground and a pump track right by the start finish. Many of the sites along the course even have electricity. There is also solid 4g coverage, so you can stream movies while your buddies are out suffering. There are about 100 sites in the campground. It will not be very practical to stay anywhere else for the race.

Camp Rules:

State Park Camping Fees:


There are 35 reservable sites in the campground. Solo racers in particular are encouraged to make a reservation for one of the sites close to the trail. You can make reservations beginning 120 days prior to the race weekend. This year that is May 25th for reserving a site starting Friday night before the race. Reserve online or call (877) 996-7275.

The campground is usually only very lightly used that time of year, so there should be plenty of sites available for first-come-first-served given our race limit.

Nearby supplies and other accommodations:

The town of Glendo has gas, limited groceries, and a few small restaurants. Halls Marina, about 3/4 of a mile from the race, has a small cafe, ice and snacks. Probably best to show up prepared though; this is rural Wyoming. There are hotels and other accommodations 32 miles north on I-25 in Douglas or 37 miles south on I-25 in Wheatland.

More Glendo State Park info:

Is available on their website.

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