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COVID-19 Coronavirus - Important Information:

Historic Sites are temporarily closed until further notice.

Update For:
Boysen, Buffalo Bill, Curt Gowdy, Glendo, Guernsey, Hawk Springs, Keyhole, Medicine Lodge, Seminoe, and Sinks Canyon State Parks:

Camping will be available to Wyoming Residents beginning May 15. We are currently adding all campsites to the reservation system and hope it will be completed by May 15.  Please bear with us during this time of transition. In the meantime, Wyoming residents can make reservations for available sites already in the system.  New guidelines are in place, see the press release under News & Events for more information.  

Update For:
Bear River, Edness Kimball Wilkins, and Hot Springs State Parks:

Social distancing guidelines are currently in place and should be adhered to throughout the park. No more than 10 people should congregate in any location. Due to these guidelines, all playgrounds, group shelters and some indoor facilities will remain closed to the public. 

Additional Information:

The public is reminded that this plan is subject to modification at any time due to the evolving nature of the COVID-19 situation. This plan will change due to modifications to social distancing guidelines by the Governor and/or State Health Officer. 


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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"I have the distinction of being one of a handful of people who has been to every Wyoming State Park and Historic site. Maybe the only one who has done it during one month! These are among the best kept secrets in the United States." -- Alan O'Hashi (Facebook Review)

News & Updates

Glendo State Park Dump Station Temporarily Closed


Contact: Brian Johnson, 307-735-4433

Visitors to Glendo State Park are reminded that due to a water leak the dump station and adjacent potable water is closed during the Memorial Day weekend.  

Park staff are working to get the leak fixed, however, it is not anticipated to be repaired by Monday evening.

Visitors are encouraged to fill their trailers with water before arriving and plan to use dump stations outside Glendo State Park. Potable water will be available at the campgrounds.

Glendo State Park apologizes for the inconvenience.

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State Trails Advisory Council to Meet


Contact: Louisa Lopez, 307-777-6491
A meeting of the Wyoming Trails Advisory Council will be held, May 28 at 12 p.m. via teleconference. The phone number is 1-678-619-1284, PIN: ‪186 256 043#.

Agenda items include discussion of the Recreational Trails Program match and the effect of COVID-19 on the 2020 grant projects.

The Wyoming State Trails Advisory Council is a ten-member recreational trail advisory committee appointed by the Governor to advise the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources regarding trail policies, functions and priorities.
Persons with questions concerning the meeting are asked to call 777-6491.

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Approximately 1,000 Sites Added to State Parks Reservation System


Contact: Nick Neylon, 307-777-6318; Dave Glenn, 307-274-5007

With the addition of approximately 1,000 new sites to the statewide system, Wyoming residents wanting to spend time at a Wyoming State Park have an expanded range of opportunities by which to reserve their campsites. 

To ensure the safety of visitors and staff, all camping at Wyoming State Parks - including Boysen, Buffalo Bill, Curt Gowdy, Glendo, Guernsey, Keyhole, Medicine Lodge, Seminoe, and Sinks Canyon - is currently open only to Wyoming residents and now requires a reservation. 

The reservation system, operated by Aspira/ReserveAmerica, allows in-state campers to make a reservation, receive instant communication about that reservation, and head into their camping experience knowing that they have a campsite waiting for them upon their arrival. 

Although campsites are no longer available on a first-come, first-served drive-up basis, there is still the opportuniKH4th-of-july-2016ty for last-minute camping. Visitors can secure a spot without a prior reservation by contacting ReserveAmerica upon arrival at the park. The reservation system is updated in real-time, allowing users to know which campsites are still available and which are not.

Due to the need to follow social distancing guidelines, not all campsites are available; those that are too close to others will be blocked off until further notice. Only single-unit campsites will be made available, with no more than 10 persons allowed per site. Cabins and yurts can be reserved for Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, thus allowing adequate time to clean and disinfect each structure prior to the next reservation.  

Fee compliance and reservations will be verified in the campgrounds themselves by staff and law enforcement. 

For the safety of our staff and visitors, fee booths may be manned for information purposes, but will not be accepting cash payments. Until park offices are allowed to open, annual camping and day use permits will be available only through ReserveAmerica and authorized local vendors. 

Due to social distancing and CDC guidelines, all playgrounds, group shelters, group campsites, and some indoor facilities will remain closed to the public.

Wyoming State Parks offers a few suggestions that may enhance the camping experience. Bring a first aid kit, trash bags and hand sanitizer. Also, please remember that fires are restricted to established fire rings.

Visitors are asked to adhere to social distancing recommendations while recreating at boat ramps, fish cleaning stations, beaches, and other areas where people tend to congregate.

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