GYC bearproofs Wyoming public campground

Forest Service staff with the new bear boxes at Granite Creek Campground. (Photo GYC.)

Forest Service staff with the new bear boxes at Granite Creek Campground. (Photo GYC.)

Another campground bearproofed! And another step towards keeping bears alive and wild, and people safe. 

We worked with the Forest Service yesterday to install 10 bear boxes at Granite Creek Campground in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest. 

The forest recently ordered an additional 300 of these bear boxes from a local company – Robertson’s Enterprise in Cody – and rangers will install the boxes this summer in your favorite Greater Yellowstone campgrounds.

-- Chris Colligan, Wildlife Program Coordinator