Wyoming Recreation Areas

Looking for awesome outdoor recreation areas in Wyoming? View Wyoming parks and recreation areas below, listed in alphabetical order. Each listing has images, full description, map, directions, activities, phone number, and links to campgrounds and hiking trails within the recreation area.

Atlantic City/South Pass, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Lander, go south about 28 miles on State Highway 28 to the Atlantic City turnoff. Travel the gravel road for about 1/2 mile from the pavement. You can park here and start following the signs to Atlantic City/South Pass City or Miner’s Delight along the Ft. Stambaugh Loop Road. Several routes are available along county and BLM roads. Please be aware of vehicle traffic when riding in this area as well as private property. Atlantic City and Big Atlantic Gulch BLM campgrounds (water available) make good base camps. Phone 307-382-8400 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM

Bald Ridge Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions This site is located 18 miles north of Cody off Wyoming State Highway 120. Turn left onto Park County Road 7RP and continue approximately five miles; look for the Hogan-Luce Trailhead sign and take a left onto the one-mile long access road to the site. Phone 307-578-5900? Activities CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr This horseback riding and hiking trail winds for five miles through BLM-managed public lands and state land to Bald Ridge in the Shoshone National Forest. The elevation ranges from 4,880™-8,400™. Spectacular views of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River to the west

Baldwin Creek Climbing Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Baldwin Creek Climbing Area is located about 15 miles west of Lander, Wyoming. To get there from downtown Lander, follow U.S. Highway 287 (Main Street) west and then north until its intersection with Baldwin Creek Road just past the Lander Valley High School. Turn left (west) and travel about seven miles to where the Baldwin Creek Road ends and the Shoshone Lake Road begins (BLM Road 2202). Travel up the switchbacks, pass through Mormon Basin, and continue on the Shoshone Lake Road for an additional 6.5 miles. A 4×4 or other high ground-clearance vehicle is recommended. The parking area and trailhead are on the left (south) side of the road. The parking area is not developed but shows evidence of parking use during the summer. Almost immediately past the parking area, the Shoshone Lake road turns right and begins to descend a steep and very rocky slope. Travelling

Big Cedar Ridge, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To reach Big Cedar Ridge, travel east from Worland on U.S. Highway 16 for approximately 15 miles then turn south onto BLM Road 1411 (Blue Bank Road). Follow Blue Bank Road for 14.5 miles and look for a parking area and interpretive panels on the right (west side of the road). Phone 307-347-5100 Activities INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter The Big Cedar Ridge Fossil Site is located in the great wide open southeast of Worland. Seventy million years ago, a mudflow of volcanic ash suddenly entombed the entire landscape around Big Cedar Ridge. The plants were fossilized

Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, VISITOR CENTER, FIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHT, HORSE CAMPING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds CIRCLE PARK CAMPGROUND MIDDLE FORK SOUTH FORK (WYOMING) Ranger Creek Recreation Area LAKEVIEW BIGHORN SITTING BULL WEST TENSLEEP LAKE WILLOW PARK PRUNE CREEK BALD MOUNTAIN CAMPGROUND BOULDER PARK CAMPGROUND HETTINGER GROUP AREA PINE ISLAND GROUP AREA TIE HACK LOST CABIN CAMPGROUND SIBLEY LAKE TIE FLUME SHELL CREEK NORTH TONGUE OWEN CREEK DEAD SWEDE MUDDY GUARD CABIN PORCUPINE CAMPGROUND (WY) DOYLE CREEK CAMPGROUND ISLAND PARK CAMPGROUND LEIGH CREEK CAMPGROUND Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Circle Park Trailhead Battle Park Trailhead Little Bighorn East Trailhead Shutts Flats Trailhead Elgin Park Trailhead Lily Lake Trailhead Adelaide Trailhead Edelman Trailhead Shell Falls Interpretive Site

Bobcat Draw Badlands WSA, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To reach WSA from the south, take State Hwy 431 out of Worland about 25 miles. Turn north (right) onto the Murphy Draw Road (BLM Road 1302) and continue about 7.7 miles. Turn east (right) onto Squaw Teats Road (BLM Road 1301) and go 2.6 miles. Look for primitive route to the north to reach Bobcat Draw Badlands WSA in 1.25 miles. If travelling from Meeteetse, take State Highway 120 south for 9.1 miles. Turn east (left) onto Squaw Teats Road (BLM Road 1301) for 14.25 miles. Look for a primitive route to the north reach Bobcat Draw Badlands WSA in 1.25 miles. From the north of Worland take Fifteen Mile Road (BLM Road 1429). After travelling approximately 33 miles you will reach the northern border of Bobcat Draw Badlands WSA. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at

Bobcat-Houlihan Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The trailhead is located 28 miles southwest of Cody. Travel on Wyoming State Highway 291 (the South Fork Highway) 28 miles. Turn right onto Park County Road 6EH and travel approximately three miles to the trailhead. Phone 307-578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The picturesque Bobcat/Houlihan Trailhead is a popular trailhead surrounded by the magnificent Absaroka Mountains located deep in the South Fork Shoshone River Valley. The trail features a moderately steep hike to the Shoshone National Forest boundary, suitable for horseback riding and hiking. The trail begins near the South Fork of the Shoshone River

Boulder Lake, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The North Boulder Lake Campground is located approximately 11 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 7 miles north on Burnt Lake Road.The Boulder Lake boat ramp (south) is located 12 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 2 miles east on WY 353 and 10 miles north on gravel road to Boulder Lake.Stokes Crossing is 12 miles south of Pinedale on US 191, then 2 miles east on WY 353 and 7 miles north on gravel road to Boulder Lake. Look for a sign on your left for Stokes Crossing. There is no dam crossing at the southwest end of the lake. Phone 307-367-5300 Activities BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic

Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, VISITOR CENTER, WILDLIFE VIEWING, FIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHT, SWIMMING, HORSE CAMPING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds FREMONT LAKE New Fork Lake Group Campground STATION CREEK CAMPGROUND LITTLE COTTONWOOD GROUP NARROWS CAMPGROUND SANDY BEACH PICNIC AREA GREEN RIVER LAKES ALLRED FLATS GROUP PICNIC SITE COTTONWOOD GROUP PICNIC SITE COTTONWOOD GROUP CAMPSITE MEADOWS CABIN MCCAIN CABIN DEER CREEK CABIN (WY) CAZIER CABIN SCALER GUARD STATION KELLEY GUARD STATION LA BARGE GUARD STATION HALF MOON LAKE CAMPGROUND Green River Lake Lodge Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Cottonwood/Fish Creek Areas Greys River Ranger District Monument Ridge Trailhead Granite Creek Trailhead Greys River Corridor Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway Atherton Creek Boating Site Shadow Mountain/Ditch Creek Area Snake River

Buffalo Bill Reservoir, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Site is 8 miles west of Cody, Wyoming on U.S. 14-16-20 (Yellowstone Highway). Phone 307- 587-9227 Activities BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, VISITOR CENTER, WATER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Visitor Center web page Buffalo Bill Dam, of the Shoshone Project, constructed 1905-1910 on the Shoshone River about 6 miles upstream from Cody, Wyoming, is one of the first high concrete dams built in the United States. It is a feature of the Shoshone Project, one of Reclamation’s earliest irrigation projects. Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody made the area now occupied by the Shoshone Project, famous in the early days of the West. He and his companions were the first to perceive the

Burnt Hollow, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From I-90, take Exit 124 and turn north on WY 50/Skyline Drive and continue 0.3 mile to the intersection with Hwy 14/16/59. Turn left onto Highway 14/16/59 and travel 6.8 miles toward Gillette Regional Airport. When routes divide, turn right onto Highway 59 North. Continue along Highway 59 N for about 13 miles; both the south and north parking areas will be on your right, about 2.5 miles apart. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube Burnt Hollow consists of more than 18,000 acres of public land in sagebrush country with

Castle Gardens Petroglyph Site, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Casper, Castle Gardens can be accessed by taking U.S. Hwy. 20/26 78 miles west to Castle Garden Rd just before Moneta. Take a left at the Castle Gardens sign and drive approximately 15 miles south. You will reach another BLM sign that directs you east for another 6 miles to Castle Gardens. From Riverton, take Wyoming State Hwy. 136 east for approx. 38 miles, then turn north on to Castle Gardens Rd and head north for 6 miles. You will reach another BLM sign that directs you east 6 miles to Castle Gardens. The road is somewhat rough most of the year, especially the county road section of the Casper route, so high-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicles are recommended. Phone 307-382-8400 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take

Castle Gardens Scenic Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Ten Sleep, take 1st (Old 10 Sleep Hwy) west 3 miles, then turn left on 2 Mile Hill Rd and drive south approx. 4.5 miles. Veer right on to Castle Gardens Rd and drive southwest 1 mile to the parking area. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, PICNICKING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube This area of fantastic rock formations is located at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains at an elevation of 4,500 feet, close to the town of Ten Sleep. Otherworldly rock formations to scramble on make this a great day-use or overnight camping area. Four camp sites with shade structures,

CCC Ponds/Pinedale Pathway, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Take Hwy 191 south to Pinedale, turn north on Skyline Drive then turn west on Fremont Lake Road. Continue 3.2 miles on Fremont Lake Rd, then follow sign directing to the CCC Ponds parking area. Phone 307-367-5300 Activities FISHING, HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter The CCC Ponds/Pinedale Pathway are a perfect destination for those who enjoy fishing, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing and cross-country skiing. The original CCC Ponds were developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during The Great Depression in an effort by Franklin D. Roosevelt to create jobs in the 1930s. The work consisted

Clarks Fork of The Yellowstone, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Cody, Wyoming, drive north on the Belfry Highway (Wyoming State Highway 120) for approximately 29 miles and turn west on Clarks Fork Canyon Road (County Road 8VC). Head west on Clarks Fork Canyon Road for approximately 11 miles until you reach the mouth of the Canyon. There is adequate parking at the terminal of County Road 8VC, or you can drive down a very rugged two-track to gain closer access to the Clarks Fork River. Phone (307) 578-5900 Activities BOATING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Clarks Fork Boat Launch Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone flows

Deep Gulch, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From State Highway 789 (the Baggs highway) at Dad (20 miles north of Baggs or 28 miles south of Creston Junction) head east on Carbon County Road 608 about 6 miles, turn on to BLM Road 3305. Proceed for 1/2 mile and get on BLM Road 3308 proceeding easterly about four miles. Cow Creek will be on your right. Park here and either ride up Deep Gulch on the two-track road or on BLM Road 3308. Access is also available from Rawlins on state, county, and BLM roads, but you will need the BLM maps to find your way. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming

Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The park entrance is located 33 miles northeast of Moorcroft, 27 miles northwest of Sundance, and 52 miles southwest of Belle Fourche, SD. If approaching from the east or west, take US Hwy 14 to WY 24 (follow the signs from I-90). If approaching from the north, take WY 112 to WY 24 (from Montana) or SD 34 / WY 24 (from South Dakota). Phone (307) 467-5283 Activities CLIMBING, CAMPING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Devils Tower National Monument Official Website Devils Tower National Monument Map The Tower is an astounding geologic feature that protrudes out of the prairie surrounding the Black Hills. It is considered sacred by Northern Plains Indians and indigenous people.

Dubois Badlands, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Access to wild lands inherently requires navigational skills and requires four wheel-drive/high clearance vehicles. Visitors should be prepared for adverse weather and road conditions. The WSAs in the Lander Field Office are primarily accessed by unnamed/unsigned two track roads; in many cases, these roads are impossible to find without good navigational skills and equipment. You will need to use your navigational skills to access the Dubois Badlands WSA from the Dubois dump road. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Dubois Badlands WSA encompasses 4,520 acres of BLM-administered land with no split estate or

Dugway Recreation Site, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Rawlins, take I-80 east 5 miles to the west Sinclair exit, then go north on County Road 351 about 7 miles to the turnoff on the right. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter The Dugway Recreation Site is a good choice for fishing and floating. It has 5 campsites (1 pull- through and 4 spurs), a group site, vault toilet, picnic tables, fire rings and day-use parking. It?s a good spot for spotting pronghorn, mule deer, rattlesnakes, and coyotes. You can fish for rainbow and brown trout and walleye.

Fontenelle Creek, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Located approximately 10 miles south of LaBarge, Wyo., and 30 miles north of Kemmerer, Wyo., on the west side of Fontenelle Reservoir, off Highway 189. Phone 307-828-4500 Activities BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WATER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Fontenelle Creek Recreation Site is a good location for camping, boating and fishing. The site offers potable water, a trailer dump station, two major parking areas for vehicle and boat trailer parking near boat ramp, a fully functional boat ramp, boat dock, and handicap accessible rest room facilities. It also has two handicap accessible campsites, two vault and three flush restrooms,

Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The park is located in Southeast Wyoming approximately 100 miles north of Cheyenne, Wyoming and 55 miles west of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. From Interstate-25, take exit 92 to U.S. Highway 26, proceed east to the town of Fort Laramie; turn right on State Route 160 and travel 3 miles to the park entrance. Phone (307) 837-2221 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Fort Laramie National Historic Site Official Website Fort Laramie National Historic Site Map Originally established as a private fur trading fort in 1834, Fort Laramie evolved into the largest and best known military post on the Northern Plains before its abandonment in 1890. This grand old post witnessed the entire sweeping saga

Fortification Creek, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions It is possible to reach the WSA by foot or horseback via a 9 mile route through State and BLM lands off Fortification Road (a county road). Before attempting this route, please contact the Buffalo Field Office for information. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr The Fortification Creek Wilderness Study Area (WSA) encompasses 12,419 acres of public land and a 640 acre inholding of state land. The landscape of the WSA is a steeply sloping, highly dissected and gullied terrain. Narrow ridges and numerous drainages dominate the area. Moderate to

Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions By car: Travel 9 miles west of Kemmerer, Wyoming on U.S. Highway 30. There is a highway sign near mile post 44; turn right onto Lincoln County Road 300. The Historic Quarry Trail is approximately 1/2 mile on the right. Continue west on County Road 300 for approximately 3 miles to Chicken Creek Road which provides access to the visitor center, scenic drive, Nature Trail and picnic area. Closest airports: Rock Springs, Wyoming (130 miles); Salt Lake City, Utah (150 miles) Phone (307) 877-4455 Activities BIKING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Fossil Butte National Monument Official Website Fossil Butte National Monument Map Some of the world’s best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped

Four Bear Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The trailhead is located 17 miles west of Cody on Wyoming State Highway 14-16-20 (the road to Yellowstone). Turn right at the Four Bear Trailhead sign. Phone 307-578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Four Bear Trailhead provides access to the Four Bear Trail that is suitable for horseback riding, hiking, and limited mountain biking. Facilities at the trailhead include an information kiosk, horse trailer parking, horse hitching rails, and toilet facilities. The trail provides access to Four Bear Mountain climbing north approximately four miles to the Shoshone National Forest boundary where it connects to many

Fremont Canyon (Pathfinder Dam), Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions South on State Highway 220 about 45 miles from Casper, Wyoming. Phone 307-261-5628 Activities BOATING, CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, OTHER RECREATION CONCESSION SITE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Great Plains Web Site Located 4 miles downriver from Pathfinder Dam, North Platte Project, on the rim of the historic North Platte River canyon between Pathfinder and Alcova Reservoirs. Currently only water that is released from Pathfinder Dam and bypasses Fremont Powerplant flows past the Fremont Canyon recreation area. Interpretive signs, restroom and picnic shelter are provided. The area is also popular for rock climbing. Current Reservoir Levels.

Gardner Mountain, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Gardner Mountain WSA may be legally accessed via the Gardner Mountain Foot and Horse Trail in combination with cross-country travel through steep topography. The trail is accessed via Interstate 90, exit 254 (Kaycee). Head west on WY-191/Mayoworth-Slip Road for about 14 miles. Fork left onto Slip Road and continue 6.7 miles up a series of switchbacks. Turn left at a two-track almost at the top of the hill and head downhill to the parking area. The route to the WSA requires hiking or horseback riding approximately seven miles from the Gardner Mountain Trailhead. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming YouTube

Gooseberry Badlands Scenic Overlook Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From U.S. Highway 20 south of Worland, take Wyoming Highway 431 approximately 15 miles west to the Gooseberry Badlands turnoff. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr At a turnoff on Wyoming State Highway 431, the visitor is greeted by a panoramic view of colorful desert and endless blue sky at the Gooseberry Badlands Scenic Overlook. The colors of the soil, which mysteriously change with the seasons, accentuate the grotesque and intricately carved rock formations, inviting further exploration along a 1.5 mile interpretive trail. Hikers should bring drinking water. There is no overnight camping. The area is 25

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming and south of Yellowstone National Park. Phone (307) 739-3399 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CLIMBING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PADDLING, HORSE CAMPING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Grand Teton National Park Official Website Grand Teton National Park Map Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands as a monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles

Greater Sand Dunes SRMA, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Located within the Jack Morrow Hills Planning Unit. North on US 191 from Rock Springs. Turn east County 4-17 for 13 miles to the JMH Boundary. See individual site/facility descriptions for specific facility, Phone 307-352-0256 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, HUNTING, WILDERNESS, OFF ROAD VEHICLE TRAILS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter Page BLM Wyoming Youtube BLM Wyoming Flickr The Greater Sand Dunes Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA) includes the following recreation sites: Killpecker Sand Dunes, Killpecker Open Play Area, Open Play Staging Area, Crookston Ranch, North Table Camp Site, Boar’s Tusk, White Mountain Petroglyphs, Cedar Canyon Petroglyphs, Sand Dunes WSA, and Buffalo Hump WSA.

Green River/Warren Bridge River Access Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions This recreation area is located 20 miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming off of US Highway 191. If traveling north, slow down as you cross the Green River. The entrance road will be on your right about 200 yards north of the bridge. If traveling south, from Bondurant Wyoming, slow down when you first see the bridge on the Green River. The entrance road will be on your left about 200 yards before you cross the Green River. Phone 307-367-5300 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Green River/Warren Bridge

Hydrology Road, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Rawlins, head south on State Highway 71 that becomes Carbon County Road (CR) 401 about 11 miles south of Rawlins. Continue on CR 401 for about 17 miles. Start riding at BLM Road 3422 (Hydrology Road) and head easterly 17 miles to intersect with CR 500. Head westerly on CR 500 for 15 miles to CR 401. Turn north on CR 401 and ride three miles to the start of the ride. This 35 mile loop route can be ridden in either direction. For those that would rather stay on two-track roads (avoiding graveled roads) this route can be an out-and-back ride of 34 miles. This route does cross private land so ask permission before riding off of public roads. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking

Killpecker Sand Dunes Open Play Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions OPEN PLAY AREA ACCESS Access is by the Tri-territory Road (County Road 4-17), which leaves U.S. Highway 191 approximately 12 miles north of Rock Springs. CAMPGROUND Travel north on State Highway 191 from Rock Springs for 10 miles and turn right (east) on to County Road 4-17/Tri-Territory Loop Road for 20 miles. Turn north onto the Sand Dunes access road for 1 mile. Take a right (east) at the intersection and travel 1 mile to the campground. Phone 307-352-0256 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page

Lone Tree Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Medicine Lodge State Park, travel the Cold Springs Road for approximately 7 miles and turn onto the signed two-track. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page This challenging 3/4-mile trail leads to the magnificent Paint Rock Canyon and is a steep and rocky journey to Paint Rock Creek where it meets the Paint Rock Canyon Trail. The route to the Lone Tree Trail is marked by a sign on the Cold Springs Road, about 6 miles beyond the Paint Rock Canyon trailhead. Horses or mountain bikes are not recommended on the Lone Tree Trail.

Mallo Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Newcastle, WY: Take US Highway 85N 18 miles to the county road to Mallo Camp. Turn east at Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at Mallo Camp. Go approximately 1 mile east to the trailhead. The parking area is past Mallo Camp and on your right about a quarter mile. From Sundance, WY: Take US Highway 585 south 27 miles to Four Corners, then south on US Highway 85 approximately 0.2 mile to Mallo Camp turnoff. Turn east at the Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at Mallo Camp. Go approximately 1 mile east to the trailhead. From Deadwood, SD: Take US Highway 85S/14W 33 miles to Four Corners, then south on US Highway 85 approximately 0.2 mile to Mallo Camp turnoff. Turn east at the Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at

McCullough Peaks, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To reach the McCullough Peaks WSA from the south, from Cody take U.S. Highway 14/16/20 east toward Greybull for about 5 miles. Turn north (left) onto the McCullough Peaks Road #1212. This well-graded road is directly across the highway from the Cody Archery Range. You will reach the southern border of the McCullough Peaks about 8 miles up Road 1212. Road 1212 follows the southern WSA boundary for about 2 miles before it turns south and travels another 11 miles back to U.S. Highway 14/16/20. To reach the McCullough Peaks WSA from the northwest, from Cody, take U.S. Highway 14 Alt. northeast toward Powell for about 11.5 miles. Turn south (right) onto County Road 18. Follow County Road 18 for approximately 0.7 miles, then turn east (left) onto County Lane 15. Follow County Lane 15 east for about 1.4 miles, then turn south (right) onto the gravel BLM Road

McCullough PeaksWild Horse Herd Management Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Travel east from Cody on Highway 14-16-20 to mile marker 72 (about 18 miles). On the left you will see a gate; horses are often in this area and you can enter if you choose. If not, continue to near mile marker 74 where you will see a kiosk and the Whistle Creek road sign on your left; enter, proceed to pipeline marker 75 (about 6 miles) and enjoy the remarkable panoramic view of the badlands. Phone 307-578-5900 Activities AUTO TOURING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The McCullough Peaks Wild Horse Herd Management Area (HMA) is located 12 to 27 miles

Middle Fork Powder River, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Interstate 90, take exit 254 for Kaycee. Head west on Highway 191 for about 1 mile. Turn left onto Highway 190W for about 16 miles to Barnum. Turn left onto Bar C Road (sign for Middle Fork Powder River Management Area). This road is an improved all-weather access road and travels directly through the headquarters of the Hole-in-the-Wall ranch. Please respect private property rights and all posted signs. Follow it for about 2 miles to the boundary of the management area and another 5 miles to the campground and trailhead. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook

Miner’s Delight, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Take County Rd. 237 north from Atlantic City and turn east onto BLM Road 2324, Ft. Stambaugh Loop Road. From there travel east for 2 miles and follow the signs north to Miner’s Delight. Phone 307-382-8400 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube In a beautiful spot near the Continental Divide in central Wyoming, Miner’s Delight is a silent witness to the heyday of Wyoming’s gold mining era. One of the state’s earliest communities–gold was discovered there in 1868–the BLM-managed ghost town yields important clues about the early history of Wyoming and the gold mining culture. There is a

Muddy Mountain Environmental Education Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Casper, travel approximately 9 miles south on Wyoming Highway 251 to the top of Casper Mountain, where the state road ends but continues on as County Road 505. Continue for approximately 3 miles until the pavement ends, then continue an additional 2 miles to the intersection with Circle Drive (Natrona County Road 505). Continuing straight, follow the BLM gravel road for another 4.5 more miles to the EEA. Phone 307-261-7600 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The 1,260-acre Muddy Mountain Environmental Education

N.F. Shoshone, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Head west on US Highway 14,16,20 out of Cody through the tunnels all the way to Pahaska. Phone (307) 578-5900 Activities AUTO TOURING, BOATING, FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails North Fork Shoshone R Access Trout Creek BB St. Pk. Stagecoach Trl Fishing Access Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The North Fork Shoshone River begins its journey on the slopes of Stinkingwater Peak high in the Absaroka Mountains managed by the Shoshone National Forest and drains down the North Fork into Buffalo Bill Reservoir. The North Fork Highway, the road to Yellowstone’s East Gate, follows the North Fork from Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center all the way to Pahaska. The BLM manages parcels

Names Hill, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions 34 miles north of Kemmerer on US 189. Phone 307-367-5300 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, PICNICKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas This site is part of a popular shortcut, the Lander Cutoff, between the South Pass and the Snake River valleys. Over 13,000 emigrants used this route in 1859, the first year it was open. Many of them carved their names onto the “register” of the route, Names Hill, as they rested by the river after a dry walk from the Big Sandy River. The most famous name on the register is that of trapper Jim Bridger, who passed by in 1844.

National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center and Whiskey Mount, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Whiskey Peak is located approximately 40 miles north of Rawlins, WY, 76 miles NW of Lander, or fives miles southwest of Muddy Gap on the westside of U.S. Highway 287. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube The Interpretive Center provides an educational wildlife experience that highlights the local Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep herd, the largest wintering Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep herd in North America. There is a small fee for admission to the Interpretive Center. The interpretive center has wheelchair-accessible parking, restrooms, and interpretive exhibits. Motor-vehicle travel is limited to a few roads through the bighorn sheep range.

National Elk Refuge, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The National Elk Refuge is located just northeast of the town of Jackson, Wyoming, and directly south of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. U.S. Highways 26/191 pass directly through Jackson and 6 miles of refuge lands. The visitor center is located on the north side of Jackson at 532 North Cache Street, and the Refuge administrative headquarters is located on Broadway Street, 1 mile east of the Jackson town square. Phone 307-733-9212 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, VISITOR CENTER, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas National Elk Refuge, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was established in 1912 to provide winter habitat and preserve the Jackson elk herd. The Refuge’s nearly

Newton Lakes, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Located approximately 5 miles northwest of Cody, WY off Wyoming 120. Phone 307-527-7125 Activities BOATING, FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Newton Lakes Newton Lakes are jointly managed by the Bureau of Reclamation and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. The West lake is managed as a family fishery for Yellowstone Cutthroat trout and several warm water species including bluegill and crappie. The East lake is managed as a trophy fishery for Eagle Lake Rainbow and brown trout. It is well known regionally and nationally among serious fly fishermen. Hiking, wildlife viewing, picnicking, boating (10 HP motor limit) and swimming opportunities are available. Facilities include a solar-vented restroom, picnic tables and

North Fork of the Powder River, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions There is no direct public access to the North Fork Wilderness Study Area. Access is controlled by adjacent private landowners and landowner permission is required to cross any private lands. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter The North Fork of the Powder River WSA encompasses 10,089 acres of public land with no state or private inholdings. The area is moderately steep, forested terrain, with pine and fir being the principle tree species. Pass Creek and the North Fork of the Powder River are rugged, scenic canyons running through the area.

North Platte River, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions There are various access points along the river. Phone 307-261-7600 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Bessemer Bend The Redds Day Use Area Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The North Platte River is the only floatable waterway in central Wyoming and has become the destination fishery for the state. Scenic and recreational values of the North Platte River are derived from a combination of environmental factors and management practices. The river is highly valued as a class 1 fishery. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has rated it as a blue ribbon fishery. Game fish species

Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California & Pony Express National Historic Trails Corridor, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions There are several ways to view the trail. Three highways traverse the segment’s corridor. Highway 220 follows the corridor from Independence Rock to Muddy Gap Junction, Highway 287 follows it from Muddy Gap to Sweetwater Station, and Highway 28 parallels the segment from its crossing of South Pass to its end at Farson. In some places these highways cross the actual trails or closely follow them. Phone statewide Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Devil’s Gate Interpretive Site Split Rock Interpretive Site South Pass Summit Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Facebook Page

Outlaw Cave Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Interstate 90, take exit 254 for Kaycee. Head west on Highway 191 for about 1 mile. Turn left onto Highway 190W for about 16 miles to Barnum. Turn left onto Bar C Road (sign for Middle Fork Powder River Management Area). This road is an improved all-weather access road and travels directly through the headquarters of the Hole-in-the-Wall ranch. The road will continue west another 2 miles past the boundary to the Middle Fork Management area, and then another 5 miles to the campground. The trail begins at the campground. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook

Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To reach the Sweetwater Arm of Pathfinder NWR, travel southwest from Alcova, Wyoming, 20 miles along state Highway 220. Phone 970-723-8202 Activities FISHING, HUNTING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is in an isolated area 50 miles southwest of Casper and 20 miles from the small community of Alcova, Wyoming. The Refuge consists of four small units totaling 16,807 acres. These units are Sweetwater Arm, Goose Bay, DeWeese Creek, and Sage Creek. The Refuge is an important waterfowl migration stopover on the western edge of the Central Flyway. Opportunities for hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, and photography are available on the Refuge. Pathfinder NWR is administered out of Arapaho NWR. For information, contact the

Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Tour, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Rock Springs: Take exit 104 off of I-80 and travel north on Elk Street/Highway 191 approximately 14 miles to County Road 4-14 (Fourteen-Mile Road). Turn left onto 4-14 and travel 2.5 miles, then turn left onto County Road 4-53. Follow 4-53 south for 21.5 miles to Green River. From Green River: Exit I-80 to Flaming Gorge Way. Turn north onto Wild Horse Canyon Road. Phone 307-352-0256 Activities AUTO TOURING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr The 24-mile self-guided Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Tour can begin in either Green River or Rock Springs. Travelers should plan on approximately 1.5 hours to

Pine Creek Camp Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Cokeville, take Highway 232 about 8 miles east. Follow signs for the Pine Creek Ski Area. Phone 307-828-4500 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr The Pine Creek Camp Area is located outside of Cokeville and offers camping, wildlife viewing, OHV riding (on designated roads) and snowmobiling. It is just past the Pine Creek Ski Area. There are 7 campsites and one vault toilet.

Red Canyon Overlook, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Red Canyon Overlook is 24 miles south of Lander on Highway 28 . Phone 307-382-8400 Activities WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr Stop at the Red Canyon Overlook 24 miles south of Lander on Highway 28 to enjoy one of the most scenic vistas in Wyoming. The canyon was formed some 60 million years ago during the uplift of the Wind River range to the west. As the sedimentary rocks tilted, the more easily erodible rocks were removed by the action of water, creating the canyon as it is seen today. The long, grass-covered slopes on the west side of the

Red Gulch/Alkali Backcountry Byway, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The northern access from U.S. Highway 14, is four miles west of Shell. The southern entry can be reached from U.S. Highway 31, north of Hyattville. The route is marked with mileage signs. Milepost 0 is near Shell and milepost 32 is close to Hyattville. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter The Red Gulch/Alkali National Backcountry Byway is a 32-mile scenic drive on improved gravel and dirt roads through the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains. Near each of the two entrances to this historic route you will see a

Rim Lake, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions 7 miles south of Rawlins on WY 71. Phone (307)328-4200 Activities BOATING, FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Rim Lake This small day use area is at the southern end of the Great Divide Basin. The Atlantic Rim of the Continental Divide curves north here, and the lake lies at the northern tip. This is a nice quiet fishing area, with some undeveloped parts of the Continental Divide Trail nearby. Day use only.

S.F. Shoshone River, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Sheridan Ave in Cody, Wyoming, head south on the South Fork Highway (County Road 6WX). The entire length of the road will take you to the public parcels, and will end at Cabin Creek, located within the Shoshone National Forest. Phone (307) 578-5900 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Cody Canal Andy Martin Twin Creek Trail Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube The South Fork Shoshone River begins its journey from the Fremont County/Park County boundary high in the Absaroka Mountains draining north into Buffalo Bill Reservoir. The BLM administers a handful of parcels along the South Fork, all of which offers fishing opportunities, and other

Salt Lick Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Salt Lick Trail is located just off U.S. Highway 16 approximately 6 miles east of Ten Sleep. Turn at the Salt Lick Trail sign. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page This rugged 1.5-mile trail offers an unlimited number of fantastic scenic views with an equally impressive display of flora and fauna. Located approximately 6 miles east of Ten Sleep and immediately north of U.S. Highway 16, the Salt Lick Trail is under 5700 feet in elevation with moderately challenging climbs and descents. A restroom and an information kiosk are located at the trailhead.

Scab Creek, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Pinedale, drive south on US 191 for 12 miles, turn left at the gas station in the town of Boulder, and head east on WY 353 for 7 miles. Take another left onto Scab Creek Road/CR-122 follow this road for 1.5 miles and take a slight left onto Scab Creek Access Road/BLM 5423, follow that until you reach Scab Creek Recreation Area, roughly 5.5 miles. Phone 307-367-5300 Activities CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, WILDLIFE VIEWING, WILDERNESS, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter The Scab Creek Recreation Area is located in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains at roughly

Seminoe to Alcova Backcountry Byway, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To begin at the northern end (Alcova, Wyo.): Begin at junction of Wyoming Highway 220 and Kortes Road (Natrona County 407) and drive south. Continue on County Road 407 until the Carbon County Line where the road becomes County Road 351. To being at the southern end (Sinclair, Wyo.): Begin at the town of Sinclair, Wyo., at the junction of Interstate 80 and Carbon County Road 351, exit 219. The byway follows County Road 351 north into Natrona County and ends at Alcova, Wyo. Please note that there are very few services and no gas available along this route. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related

Sheep Mountain Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Head west along US Highway 14,16,20 (The North Fork Road) out of Cody approximately 12 miles from the North and South Fork Road intersection and turn south onto County Road 6KV. From there, head south over Gibbs Bridge to the intersection of C.R. 6KV and Stagecoach Trail Road, of which you will turn back to the east. Drive approximately 1.1 miles and head south to the gravel pit. At this location, you can park your vehicle at the gravel pit on the west side of the gravel road, or drive further south to access another abandoned gravel pit located on the east side of the road. If you have a rugged high clearance vehicle, continue to drive over 0.25 mile to the kiosk. Phone (307)578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice

Shirley Mountains, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From State Highway 487, 22 miles north of Medicine Bow, take the State Highway 77 turnoff. Proceed nine miles to Carbon County Road 102. Head west two miles to BLM Road 3115 or continue another seven miles to the western junction of BLM Road 3115 at Prior Flat Campground. BLM Road 3115 is a loop road through the Shirley Mountains. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter This area consists of roads that start in the sagebrush flats and climb among the pine, fir, and aspen. Choose a variety of road surfaces from maintained

Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds CLEARWATER CAMPGROUND THREEMILE CAMPGROUND REX HALE BIG GAME CAMPGROUND HUNTER PEAK SUNLIGHT RANGERS CABIN Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Shoshone National Forest From expansive wilderness and back country areas that provide a refuge from everyday life, to campgrounds and picnic sites along travel corridors and in the front country, the Shoshone is a forest for recreation. Serving as the eastern gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Shoshone provides many opportunities for people to connect with nature. The Shoshone offers over 1,300 miles of trails, 32 campgrounds, and 11 picnic sites. Four Scenic Byways traverse the Shoshone, offering

Shoshone River Pathway, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The trail is accessed from River View Drive in Codys Canyon View subdivision. Phone 307-261-5628 Activities FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Shoshoe River Pathway The Shoshone River Pathway is a segment in a network of trails in and around Cody, Wyoming. The Shoshone River Pathway (Stock Nature Trail) provides access to 55 acres of Bureau of Reclamation withdrawn lands managed under a Memorandum of Understanding by the city of Cody. Approximately 3/4 miles of gravel surfaced trail winds through upland and riparian vegetation communities along the scenic Shoshone River. On-site facilities include a restroom, resting benches and interpretive signage. An abundance of wildlife, including resident and migratory birds and large and small mammals

Shoshone, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Shoshone River can be accessed directly west of Cody along the North Fork Highway, within Cody, and downstream along US Highway 14a. Phone (307) 578-5900 Activities BIKING, BOATING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Seven Mountain Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Shoshone River runs from the Buffalo Bill Dam through an awesome canyon bordered by Cedar and Rattlesnake Mountains through Cody, Wyoming, and ultimately draining into Yellowtail Reservoir (fed primarily by the Bighorn River). The Shoshone River offers many different types of recreational opportunities such as fishing, floating, waterfowl, upland bird, and big game hunting, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and other dispersed

Sinks Canyon, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions To get to the canyon, take Highway 131 out of Lander for seven miles. Accommodations include campgrounds operated by Sinks Canyon State Park and the USDA Forest Service. Additional information is available at the Sinks Canyon Visitor Center which is open from May through September. Phone 307-382-8400 Activities BIKING, CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, FISH VIEWING SITE, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Flickr The scenic Sinks Canyon is located near Lander, Wyoming, in the southern Wind River Mountains. It provides a host of outdoor recreation opportunities including three developed campgrounds, a picnic area, several hiking trails, and a

South Bighorn/Red Wall Backcountry Byway, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The South Bighorn/Red Wall Back Country Byway begins 13 miles northwest of Casper at the junction of U.S. Highway 20/26 and Natrona Country Road 125. The byway follows the 33-mile Stock Driveway to Buffalo Creek and the Red Wall. After retracing the steps of early settlers who moved cattle and sheep to high mountain pastures, the byway follows the spine of the southern end of the Big Horn Mountains via County Road 109 before joing County Road 105 along the scenic Red Wall about 22 miles north of U.S. Highway 20/26 at Waltman, Wyo. Phone 307-261-7600 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook

South Pass Historic Mining Area, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The site is located approx 25 miles south of Lander and 90 miles north of Rock Springs near the towns of Atlantic City and Pass City. This area is accessed from Hwy 28 via county roads 515 and 516. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas South Pass Historic Mining Area South Pass Historic Mining Area Map South Pass Historic Mining Area This 30-square-mile area was a focal point for the discovery of gold in 1842 and the resultant 1867 gold rush that settled this part of Wyoming. By 1868, about 1,500 people

Stateline Islands Unit, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Access from U.S. 26 via State 86. One half mile south of Henry, NE Phone 307-261-5628 Activities WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Eleanor Roosevelt (Valkill) Group ToursOfficial Web Site The 107.46 acre Stateline Islands Unit lies along the North Platte River, one half mile south of Henry, Nebraska and approximately 25 miles west of the North Platte National Wildlife Refuge. The main island is surrounded by water except for a small portion on the extreme southwest corner where a levee now exists. A number of ponds are on the island which are extensively used by wildlife. The area is under the primary jurisdiction of the Bureau of Reclamation, but irrigation facilities in the Unit are

Steamboat Lake Interpretive Site, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Casper, take Highway 220 south approximately 45 miles and turn east following highway signs. Phone 307-382-8400 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube The Steamboat Lake Interpretive site is an ADA accessible trail and is a non-fee area. This site is jointly managed by the BLM Lander Field Office and the Wyoming Chapter of the National Audubon Society.

Sweetwater Rocks (Lankin Dome), Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Lankin Dome WSA is accessed from the Agate Flats Road. Access to wild lands requires navigational skills and requires four wheel-drive/high clearance vehicles. Visitors should be prepared for adverse weather and road conditions. The WSAs in the Lander Field Office are primarily accessed by unnamed/unsigned two track roads; in many cases, these roads are impossible to find without good navigational skills and equipment. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr The Lankin Dome WSA encompasses 6,316 acres of BLM-administered land, including 360 acres of surface split-estate lands within the boundaries. This WSA

Sweetwater Rocks (Miller Springs), Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Access to the Miller Spring WSA requires landowner permission. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr The Miller Spring WSA encompasses 6,429 acres of BLM-administered land with no split-estate or private inholdings. This WSA is located in Natrona County about 31 miles east of Jeffrey City. The topography in the area is composed almost entirely of rough, broken granite domes and outcrops. The Miller Spring WSA offers outstanding opportunities for a primitive and unconfined type of recreation ? rock climbing, hiking, camping, photography, nature study, sightseeing, backpacking and hunting. Primitive campsites are available

Sweetwater Rocks (Split Rock), Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Split Rock WSA is accessed from U.S. Highway 287 at the Split Rock Pullout. Caution – lots of private lands in the area! Access to wild lands inherently requires permission across private land, navigational skills, and four wheel-drive/high clearance vehicles. Visitors should be prepared for adverse weather and road conditions. The WSAs in the Lander Field Office are primarily accessed by unnamed/unsigned two track roads; in many cases, these roads are impossible to find without good navigational skills and equipment. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Split Rock WSA encompasses

Teton Reservoir Recreation Site, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Rawlins, take Wyo 71 south approximately 13 miles and turn left on BLM Road 3418. Go about 3/4 mile and turn right into campground. Phone 307-328-4200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr Set in the rolling sage grasslands of the Great Divide Basin, this reservoir becomes a watery oasis under the bright summer skies. Fishing for trout in the reservoir and surrounding streams is good; this is also a popular non-motorized water sports area. A variety of wildlife can be seen including pronghorn, mule deer, coyotes, grouse, rattlesnakes and ducks, along with rainbow and

Viva Naughton Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Kemmerer, head north on Quartz St over the railroad tracks, then continue on Hwy 189 for 3/4 miles and turn left (west) on WY 233. Head north on Wy 233 for 18 miles to the trailhead that sits on the right (east) side of the road about 1/2 mile north of Lake Viva Naughton. Phone 307-828-4500 Activities WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr The Viva Naughton Cross-country ski trail is located 16 miles north of Kemmerer, Wyoming. The trail offers 4 miles of groomed trail for beginner and intermediate skiers. The Trailhead also provides access to 343 miles of

Weston Hills, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From I-90, take Exit 124 and head northeast on WY 50/Skyline Drive. Turn left onto Highway 14/16/59 and travel 6.7 miles. When routes divide, turn right onto Highway 59 North. Continue along Highway 59 N for about 24 miles; turn left into the Weston Hills Management Area. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page Official Recreation Site Page Weston Hills is located about 25 miles north of Gillette, to the west of Highway 59. The area is managed jointly between the Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service. There are

Whiskey Mountain, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Whiskey Mountain WSA is accessed from the Trail Lake Road. Access to wild lands requires navigational skills and four wheel-drive/high clearance vehicles. Visitors should be prepared for adverse weather and road conditions. The WSAs in the Lander Field Office are primarily accessed by unnamed/unsigned two track roads; in many cases, these roads are impossible to find without good navigational skills and equipment. Phone 307-332-8400 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube The Whiskey Mountain WSA encompasses 487 acres of BLM-administered land. The area is on the north-facing slope of Whiskey Mountain in the Wind

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Yellowstone National Park covers nearly 3,500 square miles in the northwest corner of Wyoming (3% of the park is in Montana and 1% is in Idaho). Yellowstone has five entrance stations, and several are closed to regular vehicles during winter. It takes many hours to drive between these entrances, so be sure to check the status of roads at the entrance you intend to use while planning your trip and before you arrive. Phone (307) 344-7381 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PADDLING, SWIMMING, HORSE CAMPING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Yellowstone National Park Official Website Yellowstone National Park Map On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became