Boating, water skiing, fishing and other recreational activities associated with Wyoming's many large bodies of water are all popular activities. Most of Wyoming's larger bodies of water are managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. The Bureau of Reclamation mission is to manage, protect and develop water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public. Due to continuing drought conditions, current reservoir water levels reservoirs are of particular interest to all users. We advise all users to check current water levels and boat ramp availability both during their trip planning process and immediately prior to departure. Water Level and boat ramp conditions Current water levels and boat ramp conditions are available by clicking the name of the reservoir or boat ramp. Alcova Reservoir Anchor Dam Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area - Yellowtail Reservoir Barry's Landing Horseshoe Bend Ok-A-Beh Friends of Bighorn Lake www.bighornlake.com Boysen Reservoir Brannon Campground boat ramp Cottonwood Campground boat ramp Fremont Bay Campground boat ramp Lakeside Campground boat ramp Tough Creek Campground boat ramp Buffalo Bill Reservoir Bartlett Lane Day Use Area boat ramp North Shore Bay Day Use Area boat ramp Bull Lake Reservoir Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area Glendo Reservoir Bennett Hill boat ramp Elk Horn Campground boat ramp Glendo Marina boat ramp Reno Cove boat ramp Whiskey Gulch boat ramp Indian Point boat ramp Gray Reef Reservoir Guernsey Reservoir Guernsey Marina boat ramp Keyhole Reservoir Kortes Reservoir Pathfinder Reservoir Seminoe Reservoir Boat Club ramp Medicine Bow Campground boat ramp N. Red Hills 1 Campground boat ramp N. Red Hills 2 Campground boat ramp N. Red Hills 3 Campground boat ramp S. Red Hills Campground boat ramp Campground information For information about Bureau of Reclamation campgrounds in Wyoming click here.