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Shoshoni, WY

Special Online Reservations for the August 2017 Solar Eclipse are SOLD OUT at Boysen State Park. Normal 120 day advance reservations and first come, first served sites may be available. Don't miss the WYOCLIPSE!

Boysen State Park is one of the larger parks in the State Park System. It is a lake-orientated park at the south end of the Owl Creek Mountains at the mouth of Wind River Canyon now part of the Wind River Canyon Scenic Byway. It offers a variety of water type recreation. Day and camping facilities are available. It features interesting geological formations. Several state record fish have been caught out of the reservoir.

Winter Services... We are open year-round with limited services in the winter season. All of our water systems, except for Brannon are closed from the middle of September to the middle of April.

Cody, WY

The majestic peaks of the Absaroka Mountains dominate the scenery at Buffalo Bill State Park. Two campsites, North Fork and North Shore, have a limited number of reservable sites. Learn more about the area at the Visitor Center with the interpretive exhibits, touch-screen computers, audio/visual presentation and a staff to help visitors.

Cheyenne, WY

Curt Gowdy State Park has seven sections of richly varied landscape, flora and fauna decorate the foothills of the Laramie Mountains. The beautiful attractions within Curt Gowdy State Park are near the crossroads of two major interstates, I-80 and I-25. There are three reservoirs, Granite, Crystal and North Crow. Granite offers excellent rainbow trout and kokanee salmon fishing as well as space for water sports. Crystal, the smallest of the reservoirs, has shoreline fishing for brown trout, rainbow trout and kokanee salmon. Also, enjoy boating while at Crystal (15 horsepower limit). North Crow Reservoir is located 5 miles west of the Headquarter's Building. This is an unimproved fishing area. There are no picnic tables, water supply, comfort stations, and is day- use only-very natural. There are a limited number of reservable campsites at the Tumbleweed and Camp Russell campgrounds. Aspen Grove campground is next to a free public horse corral for those visitors who would like to camp with horses.

Evansville, WY

Special Online Reservations for the August 2017 Solar Eclipse are SOLD OUT at Edness K. Wilkins State Park. Normal 120 day advance reservations and first come, first served sites may be available at Boysen, Glendo and Guernsey. Don't miss the WYOCLIPSE!

Our park will be participating in the Solar Eclipse viewing on August 21st, 2017. Reservations will become available on Oct. 1 online or via the call center at 8 a.m. Monday October 3.

Edness K. Wilkins is a serene day-use park for families, nature lovers and those looking for solitude they can enjoy. The huge old cottonwoods, as they cast reflections on the historic North Platte River, lend shade to visitors. The North Platte River provides a natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, and for fishing, canoeing and rafting. Today, a visitor can utilize picnic tables, grills, group shelters, playgrounds and a launching ramp for canoes or rafts.

Glendo, WY

Special Online Reservations for the August 2017 Solar Eclipse are SOLD OUT at Glendo State Park. Normal 120 day advance reservations and first come, first served sites may be available. Don't miss the WYOCLIPSE!

Glendo State Park is one of southern Wyoming's most popular boating parks. It offers visitors water-skiing, fishing and other water- based activities. Fishing is so good that Glendo has several fish records. Day-use and overnight facilities feature improved campsites, comfort stations, tables and grills. A commercial concession at the reservoir provides visitors with complete marina services, motel units and fishing equipment.

Guernsey, WY

Special Online Reservations for the August 2017 Solar Eclipse are SOLD OUT at Guernsey State Park. Normal 120 day advance reservations and first come, first served sites may be available. Don't miss the WYOCLIPSE!

Guernsey State Park provides seven campgrounds. Five are around the lake. All campgrounds include comfort stations, picnic tables, fire grills and drinking water. We also have a trailer dump station located at the south entrance to Guernsey State Park. This park provides the finest examples of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) work in the Rocky Mountain area. Built by the CCC, the Guernsey Museum, the Castle and Brimmer Point are available to explore. The museum is perched on a high cliff, overlooking the water. The building itself is made of hand hewn timbers and hand forged iron. The roof is framed with the timbers and covered with split cedar shakes, and the floors were formed by pieces of smooth flagstone. The Castle, with its giant fireplace and winding steps, leads to an observation area for a spectacular view of the park.

An extensive network of trails was originally planned and partially built during the operation of the CCC camps. Ever since that time hiking and trail use has been a major feature at Guernsey State Park. Approximately ten miles of CCC trails have been restored on the park. Starting point for the trail system is at the Brimmer Point turnoff. The trail system consists of several loops which provide a variety of scenic views of the park, reservoir and the dam. Most of the trails are moderately physically demanding.

Moorcroft, WY

Keyhole is a mecca for both resident and migrating birds of all species. Visitors also have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of other wildlife, including mule deer, pronghorn antelope and wild turkeys. There is a marina and motel located on the headquarters side of the lake and operated by a concessionaire. The concessionaire has pop, alcohol, groceries, bait, tackle, fishing licenses and 10 electric campsites that he reserves. There is a public boat ramp at the marina.

Keyhole Offers Many Attractions and is located on the western edge of the famed Black Hills, between Sundance and Moorcroft, and is easily accessed off I-90 at exit 165 or take exits 153 or 550 in Moorcroft then Hwy 14 north six miles then Hwy 113. Within sight of Devils Tower, Keyhole State Park is situated along the southeast shore of Keyhole Reservoir and offers excellent fishing for walleye, catfish, small mouth bass and northern pike. Keyhole is also a mecca for both resident and migrating birds of all species. Visitors have the opportunity to view many type of wildlife including mule deer, white-tailed deer, and wild turkeys. A marina and motel are located on Headquarters Road, adjacent to the lakeshore.

Keyhole State Park is open year around and offers nine campgrounds that are all overlooking the lake. There are more than 170 sites with tables and grills. Most of the sites will handle large R.V.'s and trailers. Tent or R.V. camping is possible at all sites. Some of the sites are in the trees and some are out in the open.

Services are discontinued at the following areas on September 30: Homestead, Cottonwood, Rocky Point, Pronghorn, Pat's Point, Arch Rock, Wind Creek, and Coulter Bay. Trash recepticals and restrooms are still available. The roads to Coulter Bay, the marina, and Pat's Point are plowed in the winter.

Keyhole State Park has a privately run marina and motel that has gas, fishing supplies, groceries, pop, propane and showers. The marina has 10 camp sites with electric hookups and a motel. The marina also has showers. Marina phone number is (307) 756-9529.

Hyattville, WY

The Medicine Lodge site has long been known for its Indian petroglyphs and pictographs. They are directly associated with important human habitation sites for thousands of years. Within a 12-mile radius of Medicine Lodge, five distinct vegetation zones can be found. These range from the desert basin to the big mountain meadows. A variety of Wyoming's animals are here at the site. In addition to porcupines, prairie dogs, bobcats and mountain lions, there are many others to see. There is excellent fishing for brook and brown trout. Don't forget to bring your binoculars, as there are over 100 species of birds that call Medicine Lodge home.

The site includes approximately 25 camping spots with fire grills, picnic tables and vault toilets plus a visitor center and nature trail which is located on the grassy areas along the Medicine Lodge creek. All these sites are available for either tents, R.V.'s, or for picnicking. To have a campfire though you must have a grill. There is a large group area available on a reservation basis. There is also a universally accessible concrete sidewalk, fishing path with turnouts for access to pools in the stream.

Sinclair, WY

Seminoe State Park is nestled up against the base of the Seminoe Mountains. One of Wyoming's treasures is located 35 miles north of Sinclair, Wyoming. Seminoe Reservoir offers the full range of water-based activities and is known for both trout and walleye fishing. Day-use and overnight facilities feature improved sites, comfort stations, tables and grills. Seminoe has four campgrounds available:

Lander, WY

Behold the astonishing disappearing act of the Pogo Agie River as it vanishes into a large cavern and then reappears in a trout-filled pool known as the Rise. This trick of nature occurs at Sinks Canyon State Park in Lander, WY, and what better spot to observe the mystery than from one of the three yurts in the Popo Agie Campground. Nicely furnished with bunk beds, futon, ceiling fan, electrical outlet and dining table and chairs, the yurts can be rented during the reservation season (May 15-September 15) using the secure online system, and through the park the rest of the year. RV and tent sites are also available as walk-ins.

Visitors to Sinks Canyon State Park may encounter bighorn sheep, mule deer, golden eagles, porcupines and black bears. Learn more about the flora and fauna at the visitor's center, which has exhibits, viewing sites and information about wildlife and habitats. Although trout flourish in the Rise, no fishing is allowed there. Instead, you can feed them from the observation platform as they swim about. Hiking trails run through the diverse areas of Sinks Canyon State Park, which include forest and riverfront. Each year the park holds a First Day Hike and a Cave Exploration Adventure.

Enthusiastic rock climbers converge in and around Sinks Canyon State Park to conquer the rugged formations. In fact, the International Climbers' Festival meets in Lander each year. Among other local festivities are the Pioneer Days Rodeo and Parade, the Lander Brew Fast and the Wyoming State Winter Fair. Enjoy other Wyoming state attractions while visiting Sinks Canyon: the South Pass City State Historic Site, Boysen State Park and Hot Springs State Park


Cheyenne, WY

Wyoming Department of State Parks manages 12 State Parks and 21 Historic Sites.  Camping is available at 7 state parks and one Historic Site and can be reserved at at the following state park locations:
Boysen State Park
Buffalo Bill State Park
Curt Gowdy State Park
Glendo State Park
Guernsey State Park
Keyhole State Park
Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site
Seminoe State Park

Wyoming also has over 8,500 miles of trails managed by a variety of agencies. Trail opportunities in Wyoming are many and diverse. Wyoming's trails are located in areas ranging from deep river canyons to high desert plains, to high mountain crags and alpine meadows, to community greenways. Hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, skiers, snowmobilers, historians, ORV (off road vehicle) riders and community pathway users all use Wyoming's statewide system of trails. Outdoor recreation has been an important part of the State's way of life for many years.

The State Trails Program is primarily funded through motorized user and registration fees.  Snowmobile and Offroad vehicles accessing the trails must purchase the appropriate permit which helps fund the maintenance of the trails.  To purchase Annual Snowmobile or Off Road Vehicle (ORV) permits, click here.

For more information on the Trails Program, click here.