State Parks in Wyoming

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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, WY

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The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is located in far, north-central Wyoming, only about 25 miles from the state border with Montana. The small community of Lovell, WY, is the closest populated area to the park, while the nearest town of substance is Cody, WY, located 50 miles to the southwest. The nearest true city is Billings, MT, found almost 100 miles to the north.

The canyon actually spans the state border between Wyoming and Montana. This part of the country is very rural, but there are so many opportunities to enjoy recreational activities. From hiking, ATV trails, and water sports in the summer to snowmobiling and other snow sports in the winter. You can find things …

Boysen State Park, WY

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Wide open spaces await you in central Wyoming. When the busyness of life becomes too much, hop in your campervan rental and head to the Cowboy State. Midway between Thermopolis and Riverton, just an hour south of Worland rests Boysen State Park. You’ll think yourself a cowboy or cowgirl out on the western plains when you see the big sky out in Shoshoni.

In 1908, European settler Asmus Boysen built the original dam to power the 710-kilowatt power plant. This created the Boysen Reservoir, which is a popular destination for anglers and water sport enthusiasts. Less than 20 years later, the plant flooded and was forced to shut down. In 1951, a new plant was built, and five years …

Buffalo Bill State Park, WY

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This park is located near the northwestern corner of the large state of Wyoming. The nearest town is Cody, found around 10 miles to the west. This state is one of the most rural in the country, so towns are few and far between. The nearest true city is Billings, MT, located more than 100 miles to the north, while the state's capital, Cheyenne, is found over 400 miles to the southeast.

This park sits in a relatively dry region, sometimes known as a high desert. Due to this, visitors should expect very few trees or little shade to protect them from the sun's heat in the summer. The area is also known to frequently be windy. …

Curt Gowdy State Park, WY

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In the vast expanse of Wyoming, at the foothills of the Laramie Mountains, you’ll find a state park steeped in picturesque natural luxury. Curt Gowdy State Park looks like a painting. It's located midway between Laramie and downtown Cheyenne, and an hour north of Fort Collins, CO.

In 1971, the National Boy Scouts of America and the city of Cheyenne agreed to make this great plot of land off of Route 210 a state park. They named it after Curt Gowdy, a beloved sportscaster who was popular in the '60s and '70s. He was the “Voice of the Red Sox” and grew up in Wyoming.

In addition to its natural beauty and expansive list of outdoor activities, Curt …

Elkhart Park, WY

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Elkhart Park in Pinedale, Wyoming is one of the most beautiful places in the state. Located four and a half hours west of Casper, under two hours south of Jackson, and two hours from Rock Springs, Elkhart Park is in the middle of nowhere, and that’s the way visitors like it. Seclusion and natural beauty is the name of the game.

When you take your motorhome rental to Elkhart Park, your jaw will drop at the scenery. Take one look at the mammoth mountain ranges, sprawling skies, peaceful lakes and ponds, and you’ll feel like you’re in a storybook. Since Elkhart Park is part of the Wind River Mountain Range, you’ll have access to everything that sparks …

Fort Laramie National Historic Site, WY

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Lovers of American history know all about Manifest Destiny and the journey out west. Fort Laramie was built in 1834 as a fur trading post and gradually evolved into a military post to protect and further American expansion. In its prime location at the convergence of the Laramie and North Platte rivers, Fort Laramie also became a stopping point for those on the Oregon Trail. With so much history wrapped up into one historic outpost, it’s no surprise that adventurers still make their way out west to Fort Laramie.

When you book an RV rental near Fort Laramie National Historic Site, you will also get to explore the eastern regions of Wyoming. Whether this is your first or 15th visit …

Fossil Butte National Monument, WY

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Fossil Butte National Monument is a fossil hunter’s dream spot. Thousands of marine and land fossils have been found in this region, which was a vast, shallow sea 40 million years ago. Fossil Butte National Monument became established as a national monument in 1972, granting it protection from oil and mining companies.

The Fossil Butte National Monument Visitor Center has on display several examples of fossils found in the area, which includes crocodiles, fish, turtles, and bats.

The closest town is Kemmerer, WY, which is about 15 miles to the east. The small town of about 3,000 residents has a handful of stores and fossil shops, restaurants, and a medical center. Kemmerer is best known as the birthplace of …

Glendo State Park, WY

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Planning to do some RV camping in Wyoming? The wide-open expanses and scenic mountain ranges bring a calming atmosphere to the camping getaway you deserve. Nearly midway between Casper and Cheyenne, Wyoming, just outside of Douglas, you’ll find the beautiful Glendo State Park. Connected to the Glendo Reservoir, this park is built for water activities and other types of outdoor fun.

The area used to be home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne natives during the 18th century, and evidence of their culture can still be found in artifacts throughout the park. Modern remodeling began with the Glendo Dam, which was built in 1958 and stored water for the state, supplied fuel to the powerplant, and created the giant …

Grand Teton National Park, WY

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Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming in Teton County, a stone’s throw away from Kelly and 30 minutes away from Teton Village. Grand Teton is named after the tallest mountain of the Teton Range and characterized by majestic natural scenery and wildlife. Grand Teton is one of the most visited national parks in the United States and a great location to have a family vacation, celebrate your honeymoon or anniversary, or challenge your inner adventurer on one of the park’s strenuous hiking trails.

The park spreads across 310,000 acres, encompassing the Teton Range as well as a northern part of the valley called Jackson Hole. Visitors will appreciate the breathtaking view of mountains, forests, and …

Guernsey State Park, WY

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Nestled near the Nebraska border and Guernsey Reservoir lies Guernsey State Park. This Wyoming state park is filled with historic buildings, many of which are National Historic Landmarks. In the 1930s, the land was developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and eventually became an 8,000-acre park for locals to enjoy.

Guernsey State Park features towering sandstone cliffs and Oregon Trail ruts. It also features a small museum which houses historical and geological artifacts from the area. This park is about an hour away from Cheyenne.

Keyhole State Park, WY

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If you're planning an RV camping trip out in Wyoming, check out the range of RV rentals in Crook County. This county, though it might be humble and small, has a lot to offer when it comes to places to go and things to see. Located near the border of South Dakota and about 44 miles north of the Thunder Basin National Grassland in Douglas, you'll find the quaint area of Keyhole State Park. This park is a favorite destination among people who love to spend their time near water. After all, the park is located right by the Keyhole Reservoir.

Whether you enjoy fishing or you'd rather find yourself on a boat on the water, you can …

Medicine Bow National Forest, WY

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Medicine Bow National Forest was originally established in 1902 to preserve this unique piece of historic Wyoming wilderness for posterity. For generations, various Native American tribes congregated in this region as a part of a ritual powwow ceremony. The tribes would search for a particular type of mahogany wood that was considered to be especially good for bows. It was also believed that it could cure illnesses and diseases, and bows made with this wood played a large role in various rituals and ceremonies.

The closest town is Laramie, a little over 30 miles to the east. The Medicine Bow National Forest headquarters are run out of Laramie. The town has a handful of attractions, such as Rocky Mountain …

Seminoe State Park, WY

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History buffs and lakeside loungers motoring across the American Midwest will want to stay a spell at Seminoe State Park. Nestled at the base of the eponymous mountains, Seminoe State Park once served as a haunt for gold prospectors looking to strike it rich.

You probably won't find any gold on your Seminoe State Park camping trip, but you will find another gem: one of the largest man-made reservoirs in the state. Although the reservoir is the star attraction, the park provides all sorts of outdoor adventures, from hiking and geocaching to hunting and off-roading.

Take your time experiencing everything this scenic spot has to offer. Search for an RV in Carbon County and start planning your motorhome camping trip. …

Sinks Canyon State Park, WY

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There’s more than meets the eye at Sinks Canyon State Park. Situated at the base of the southern Wind River Mountains, the park contains a geological wonder called “The Sinks and Rise.” Popular for thousands of years due to this geological wonder, plentiful berries and wildlife, and brilliant scenery as far as the eye can see, the lower canyon was designated a state park in the early 1970s. Since then, the park has become a haven of tranquility for wandering souls and locals alike.

With rugged mountains soaring to the skies on both sides and a burbling river with splashes of colorful trees, the park offers new sights at every bend. You’ll love hiking trails in and around the beautiful …

Yellowstone National Park, WY

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As the country’s first national park, Yellowstone needs no introduction. Covering 3,400 square miles in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, but also encompassing territory in Montana and Idaho, this world-renowned park offers some of the most breathtaking natural scenery anywhere in the USA.

Regardless of whether you want to hike through remote backcountry, paddle a canoe through pristine waters, or just do some sightseeing, you’re well catered for throughout this extensive park. Best of all, if you’re planning on camping with an RV at Yellowstone National Park, there are 12 campgrounds to choose from.