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National Association Of State Park Directors
Wyoming State Parks
Historic Sites & Trails
Barrett Building, 4th floor
2301 Central Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82002
(307) 777-6323

Glendo State Park


Camping at Glendo State Park

Reservable: 87 *
Non-reservable: 332 *
Tent: 16 *
Total: 435 *
Hookups (electrical/water): 0 *
* Does not indicate availability

Campground Maps
Sandy Beach Dune Sandy Beach Dune with Legend
Sandy Beach Willow Two Moon East
Two Moon West


Beach Boat Dock/Ramp
Boating Campsites*
Convenience Store Drinking Water
Dump Station Fishing
Group Picnic Shelter Hunting
Marina Mountain Biking
Picnic Area Playground
Restrooms Swimming

* Please call the individual site for questions regarding RV length limits.


Daily Use
• parks - $4.00
• historic sites - $2.00
• annual - $33.00
Overnight Camping
• night - $10.00 (includes daily use fee)
• annual - $40.00 (does not include daily use fee)
Daily Use
• parks - $6.00
• historic site - $4.00
• annual - $53.00
Overnight Camping
• night - $17.00 (includes daily use fee)
• annual - Not available

Glendo Daily Updates

  • Closures
  • Daily Updates
  • Related Press Releases

Updated: 6/22/2016


View latest "Glendo Daily Update" Report (6/22/2016)PDF Document

Park Campground Closures
Water System Closures
Shelter Closures
Day Use Area Closures
Boating Closures
Boaters urged to watch for debris at State Parks

Watercraft users are reminded to be vigilant in looking for driftwood, logs, trees and hazards that may be hidden under the water’s surface. Rapid runoff during this time of year can result in a variety of objects flowing into the state’s reservoirs; objects that can cause damage to a watercraft or motor.

There are still opportunities for great boating and fishing at Wyoming’s State Parks, but by watching out for debris in the water, watercraft users can ensure that the trip to the lake or reservoir isn’t a costly one.


Ranger Recreational Use Report

For the week of:
June 20th, 2016 thru June 26th, 2016

We still have strong water flow into the park at this time. The weather report for the coming week is calling for sun and rising temperatures so should be great for coming to the park. The trails should be drying out so mountain biking should be awesome. I have spoken to many fishermen and they have told me that the fishing is still real spotty right now. There have been some fish caught around the tree areas so you may try there.

The mountain biking trails are somewhat muddy right now but the camping is awesome as the park is very pretty this time of year. The camping areas in Indian Point, Broken Arrow, Burnt Wagon and Muddy Bay are closed as is the road. Please do not pass the road closed signs as we are strictly enforcing the closures so the roads do not get severely damaged. Thank you for your cooperation. We have lost a few sites due to high water in Sandy Beach and Bennett but there are still plenty of spots available so come on out and enjoy the park.

A friendly reminder of some park rules that are violated quite consistently:

  • Please no glass containers outside of your vehicle or camper while on the park.
  • All pets must be on a leash at all times while in the park.
  • All campers must occupy the site nightly.
  • Saving of sites is not allowed.
  • Quiet hours from 10pm to 6am. No generators or electronics running outside of the camper during this time.

Glendo Park Law Enforcement will be strictly enforcing these rules this summer so please let your friends and family know. We want your use of the park to be enjoyable and with everyone adhering to the rules then everyone is able to have a good time.

Please stop at either the main fee booth or at the fee canisters and purchase your permits if you do not have an annual permit. There are several fee canisters that you can use if you don’t enter the park at the main site so you can stop and pay fees if you don’t have annual permits. Permits are being strictly enforced as well so please insure you have your permit. Also please be sure to place your receipt in the window of your vehicle on the driver’s side so it can be easily seen. Also be sure to remove your past year annual permits and just use the current year and place it in the lower left portion or your windshield. Thank you for the assistance with that.

Wishing you all a wonderful time while recreating at Glendo State Park.

Happy Trails,
Lt. David Graves

Glendo Non-Motorized Trails Maps

*New - GEO PDF*** Glendo Trails Map - North PDF Document
*New - GEO PDF*** Glendo Trails Map - South PDF Document
Viewable Trails Map PDF Document
Printable Map Page 1 PDF Document
Printable Map Page 2 PDF Document

About Glendo State Park

Glendo State Park is one of southern Wyoming’s most popular boating parks. It offers visitors water-skiing, fishing and other water- based activities. Fishing is so good that Glendo has several fish records. Day-use and overnight facilities feature improved campsites, comfort stations, tables and grills. A commercial concession at the reservoir provides visitors with complete marina services, motel units and fishing equipment.

Glendo State Park is quickly becoming a trails destination. Since 2010, Glendo State Park has established over 40 miles of diverse non-motorized trails stretching from the Marina to Sandy Beach. This year we plan to create another 5 miles of trail in the southern end of the park.

Glendo Trails Festival

Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails have been building trails in Wyoming since 2006. In 2010, we began a trails construction project at Glendo State Park and now we have 40 miles of diverse singletrack trails on the ground with another 5+ miles of trail completed by fall.... Read more.

Click here to make your reservation for the Free Glendo Trails Festival

History of Glendo Dam

Few issues in the arid West are as contentious or complicated as water rights. Wyoming and Nebraska tangled over rights to the North Platte River as early as the 1880s, leading to disputes that on occasion ended up in the U.S. Supreme Court. Click here to learn more.


Red Hills and Waters Point: Camping areas have some shade trees and close access to the lake with a rock and gravel shoreline. There is a protected bay for tying boats. Grounds are not very level, and sites are exposed to the wind. Approximately 45 sites.

Reno Cove: Boat launching area has limited camping area and a few shade trees. Close access to lake with a rock and mud shoreline. There is a protected bay for tying boats. Grounds are not level, and sites are exposed to wind. Approximately 30 sites.

Custer Cove, Soldier Rock and Colter Bay: Camping areas have shade trees and close access to lake with a mud and rock shoreline. The bay is protected for tying boats. Some level sites offer fair protection from the wind. Approximately 40 sites.

Whiskey Gulch and Sagebrush: Large camping areas along the south side of a large bay with good access to the shoreline of mud and gravel. There are shade trees and lots of grass. Level sites with good wind protection and some protected areas for tying boats. Approximately 100 sites.

Two Moon: Our largest and best camping area has many pine trees for shade and wind protection. It’s located on a bluff overlooking the lake with no access to the shoreline by foot. Most sites are level with paved roads through the area. Approximately 200 sites.

Sandy Beach:This area is large with many trees above the high waterline. There are approximately two miles of sandy beach for swimming, waterskiing, etc. However, all vehicles, including campers, are no longer allowed on the beach. There are a limited number of reservable campsites. New camping areas were recently built away from the shoreline. No protection for tying boats. Room enough here for hundreds, sometimes crowds in the thousands. This campground was completely renovated between 2005-2007.

Elk Horn: The boat launching area has limited camping spaces with some shade trees. Close access to lake with a mud shoreline. The boat ramp is a short season ramp normally unusable in early July due to receding water levels. Approximately 20 sites.