Five Springs Falls Campground is a campground on Five Springs Creek in Wyoming.
This BLM-managed campground rests on the slopes of the Bighorn Mountains along the original Dayton-Kane highway and is divided into an upper and lower section - each with a different atmophere.
The lower loop is located 2 miles from the highway turnoff and is located right along the serene Five Springs Creek. The campsites have a flat pads for tents, a picnic table, and a firepit. The Five Springs Falls trail begins from the campground parking area and travels uphill for a 1/4mi up to the small waterfall.
The upper campground offers broader views, but is not located on the creek. It is located the dead end of the old highway road, but there are hillside campsites dispersed along the road all the way from lower loop up to the top of the road.