State Parks & Historic Sites

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Popo Agie River, Sinks Canyon State Park
Ames Monument in Winter
Buffalo Bill State Park
Seminoe State Park
South Pass City
Glendo Lake in Glendo State Park

Breathtaking scenery, wildlife and recreational opportunities abound within the thousands of sprawling acres that make up Wyoming’s state parks and historic sites. From Cheyenne to Sheridan and all the towns in between, you’ll never be far from a picturesque state-park escape. Most have reservoirs where you can swim, boat, wind surf, water ski and fish — for walleye, trout and several other species of fish. Other amenities such as camping, picnicking and biking and nature trails that lead to overlooks and scenic mountain vistas are widely available. While our historical sites give a glimpse into Wyoming's past.

Boysen State Park
Sinks Canyon State Park
Hot Springs State Park
Buffalo Bill State Park
South Pass City Historic Site

Bear River State Park
Names Hill Historic Site
Piedmont Charcoal Kilns Historic Site
Fort Bridger Historical Site

Keyhole State Park
Connor Battlefield Historic Site
Fort Phil Kearny Historic Site
Trails End Historic Site

Edness K. Wilkins State Park
Glendo State Park
Guernsey State Park
Fort Fetterman Historic Site

Curt Gowdy State Park
Seminoe State Park
Fort Fred Steele Historic Site
Fort Laramie National Historic Site

Get detailed information on permits and fees from the Wyoming Division of State Parks and Historic Sites & Trails here.

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