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Finding your perfect vacation spot has never been easier!

Mountain bikes, boats and fishing poles are really just toys for grown-ups; so go be a kid again. After all, we've got plenty of trails for getting mud on those tires, including those in Guernsey, Buffalo Bill and Curt Gowdy State Parks.

If making a splash is more your style, we've got space for water sports and fishing at our many reservoirs . Once you're done playing, soak those bones in the therapeutic mineral water at Hot Springs State Park. 

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Sinks Canyon Climbing Areas Reopened

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Perfect flying weather today helped in finishing Sinks Canyon's cheat grass management project early.

The closed climbing areas are reopened and ready for visitors effective immediately. 

The closures were originally expected to last through August 23.

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2301 Central Avenue, 4th Floor, Cheyenne, WY 82002
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Bike Your Park Event Scheduled September 29

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 Experience Fort Bridger and Medicine Lodge Wyoming state historic sites in a way you may not have previously during the “Bike Your Park” event, September 29.

Bike Your Park is a nationwide program promoted by the Adventure Cycling Association that encourages and promotes cycling in parks and public lands. This year is the third annual Bike Your Park event. In the past two years, more than 20,000 people participated in approximately 2,500 rides in all 50 U. S. states and over a dozen countries

The Fort Bridger event begins in the main parking lot at 10 a.m. and features a two mile, easy ride.

The Medicine Lodge ride starts in front of the petroglyph cliff at 11 a.m., and has a distance of 1.5 miles over easy terrain. Both events are free to participants.DSCF5674

Riders are encouraged to wear bike helmets. Also, participants completing their respective course will receive free stickers commemorating the event.

Find out more about Bike Your Park Day at BikeYourParkDay.org and contact the Linley Mayer of Fort Bridger State Historic Site at 307-782-3842 if you are interested in joining.

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Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails
A Division of Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources
2301 Central Avenue, 4th Floor, Cheyenne, WY 82002
307-777-6323www.wyoparks.org

 

 

Bike Your Park Event Scheduled September 29

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Experience Fort Bridger and Medicine Lodge Wyoming state historic sites in a way you may not have previously during the “Bike Your Park” event, September 29.

Bike Your Park is a nationwide program promoted by the Adventure Cycling Association that encourages and promotes cycling in parks and public lands. This year is the third annual Bike Your Park event. In the past two years, more than 20,000 people participated in approximately 2,500 rides in all 50 U. S. states and over a dozen countries

The Fort Bridger event begins in the main parking lot at 10 a.m. and features a two mile, easy ride.

The Medicine Lodge ride starts in front of the petroglyph cliff at 11 a.m., and has a distance of 1.5 miles over easy terrain. Both events are free to participants.DSCF5674

Riders are encouraged to wear bike helmets. Also, participants completing their respective course will receive free stickers commemorating the event.

Find out more about Bike Your Park Day at BikeYourParkDay.org and contact the Linley Mayer of Fort Bridger State Historic Site at 307-782-3842 if you are interested in joining.

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Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails
A Division of Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources
2301 Central Avenue, 4th Floor, Cheyenne, WY 82002
307-777-6323www.wyoparks.org

 

 

Wyoming State Parks & Historic sites offer over 40 different Activities & Amenities. Including: fishing, camping, biking, boating...