BLM Wyoming

Recreation Guide

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Wyoming Public Land Recreation Guide. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Welcome to the public lands administered Your visit to BLM lands in Wyoming will offer you a once in a lifetime experience. Whether you’re exploring the high desert, hiking in the mountains or fishing in a freshwater stream, you’ll experience the undeveloped landscapes of BLM public lands. Unless otherwise posted, all public lands are available for recreation use. However, please remember that there are other uses of these lands, such as livestock grazing, and mineral development, to name just a few. This publication will give you a general idea of where recreation opportunities exist on public lands in Wyoming. Please note the location of the BLM offices throughout the state. BLM staff are happy to assist you while you are enjoying Wyoming’s public lands. For additional interpretive and informational BLM Wyoming resources, please visit our online public room at: BLM Wyoming Online Public Room Developed Campgrounds Public Access by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Wyoming. BLM manages approximately 18 million acres of public land in Wyoming, representing about 30 percent of the state. These lands are yours to enjoy and use for a variety of recreational opportunities. Field Office Welcome to Your Public Lands • • • Wyoming • • A public trail, road, or highway; A navigable water; From adjacent public or state lands that are legally accessible; Across adjacent private land with permission from the landowner; In an aircraft where landing has no resource impact. OHVs www.blm.gov/wyoming-public-room Yes No N/A Casper 38 Buffaloberry Chalk Bluffs Golden Currant Buffalo Creek Grave Springs Lodgepole Rim Pete’s Draw 4 11 4 4 12 15 8 7 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No Yes No No $10/Night $10/Night $10/Night N/A N/A $7/Night $7/Night $10/Night Cottonwood Creek Five Springs Falls Hogan Luce 6 19 5 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No N/A $7/Night N/A BOR Fontenelle Creek BOR Slate Creek BOR Tailrace BOR Weeping Rock Pine Creek 56 13 3 8 7 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No $7/Night N/A N/A N/A N/A Atlantic City Big Atlantic Gulch Cottonwood 18 10 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes $6/Night $6/Night $6/Night North Boulder Lake Scab Creek Large Vehicle Scab Creek Small Vehicle Warren Bridge 5 7 12 15 Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes N/A N/A N/A $10/Night Bennett Creek Corral Creek Dugway Encampment River Prior Flat Teton Reservoir 11 6 5 8 15 5 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No $10/Night $10/Night N/A $10/Night N/A N/A Blucher Creek Killpecker Sand Dunes Sweetwater Bridge Sweetwater Guard Station 7 12 12 11 Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No N/A N/A N/A N/A Castle Gardens Middle Fork of the Powder River 4 3 Yes Yes No Yes N/A N/A 22 32 7 8 70 71 56 Lander 54 44 Pinedale 63 62 65 Rawlins 98 90 97 93 88 Rock Springs 59 76 58 Back Country Byways Office Contacts Collecting Fee 12 Kemmerer The best way to ensure a successful outing is to check with the nearest BLM office for up-to-date access information in your area. Your local BLM office can also supply you with recreation permits and information on specific recreation opportunities, such as camping, fishing, wildlife watching, hiking, off-highway vehicle travel and snowmobiling. Water Outlaw Cave 1 BLM visitors are responsible for knowing their location and applicable regulations. Appropriate public land users remain on legal routes, obey all signs, respect private property, and avoid resource damage. In most circumstances, visitors are allowed to drive up to 300 feet off-route if no resource damage will occur and no ruts are created. Vault Toilet 20 Cody A visitor may legally access public lands via: #of Sites* Buffalo 40 BLM Wyoming-administered public lands are intermingled with private, state, and a variety of other federal agency jurisdiction. Campground Name Worland 17 19 *All BLM Wyoming developed campsites are first-come, first-served. No campground may be occupied by an individual party for more than 14 days in a 28 day period. Campground fees and amenities are subject to change. Fire Safety U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Dispersed Camping Unless otherwise posted, most BLM Wyomingadministered public lands provide excellent opportunities for dispersed camping. However, make sure to follow these guidelines: Wyoming Numerous opportunities for off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation exist on BLM-managed public lands. Miles of routes and open areas await OHV enthusiasts. Please obey all signs regarding the management of public lands and routes. The BLM administers three back country byways in the state of Wyoming: Red Gulch/Alkali, South Bighorn/ Red Wall, and Seminoe to Alcova. These routes provide opportunities for scenic exploration, solitude, and diverse travel modes—from stretches of paved road suitable for passenger vehicles to sections of rough, rocky terrain that are only passable by high clearance, four-wheel drive vehicles. Consult the nearest BLM office for descriptions of the travel conditions you may encounter. All OHVs must comply with State of Wyoming regulations, permitting and restrictions. Learn more at wyoparks.wyo.gov/index.php/orv-trails Tread Lightly T ravel and recreate with minimum impact. the environment and the rights of R espect others. yourself, plan and prepare before E ducate you go. Recreation Guide A llow for future use of the outdoors by leaving it better than you found it. D iscover the rewards of responsible recreation. 100K Map Series Use Restrictions Continental Divide National Scenic Trail The 3,100-mile long CDT runs from Canada to Mexico through the states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. Crossing the spine of the North American continent numerous times, it traverses some of America’s most spectacular and isolated scenery. Kemmerer Field Office 430 Highway 189 North Kemmerer, WY 83101 307-828-4500 The BLM manages sections of congressionally-designated National Historic Trails and other significant historic trails in Wyoming. In addition to the landscape, the physical remains Rock Springs Field Office 280 Highway 191 North Rock Springs, WY 82901 307-352-0256 Buffalo Field Office 1425 Fort Street Buffalo, WY 82834 307-684-1100 Casper Field Office 2987 Prospector Drive Casper, WY 82604 307-261-7600 National Historic Trails Interpretive Center 1501 North Poplar Street Casper, WY 82601 307-261-7780 Newcastle Field Office 1101 Washington Blvd. Newcastle, WY 82701 307-746-6600 Wind River/Bighorn Basin District 101 South 23rd Street Worland, WY 82401 307-347-5100 Cody Field Office 1002 Blackburn Street Cody, WY 82414 307-578-5900 Lander Field Office 1335 Main Street Lander, WY 82520 307-332-8400 Trail Etiquette Worland Field Office 101 South 23rd Street Worland, WY 82401 307-347-5100 Shooting We interpret these resources further at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, as well as in our “Historic Trails Wyoming” map and poster series, available online at our public room webpage. Wilderness Study Areas Please follow this guidance during your recreational shooting experience: The 42 Wilderness Study Areas that BLM manages in Wyoming encompass over 575,000 acres and are managed for non-mechanized and non-motorized activities. The areas may feature special qualities such as ecological, geological, educational, cultural, historic, scientific and scenic values. Relatively untouched by human hands, these areas represent some of the finest treasured landscapes available to the public in Wyoming. Learn more at www.blm. gov/wyoming/ncl. Leave No Trace Plan Ahead and Prepare Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces Dispose of Waste Properly Leave What You Find Minimize Campfire Impacts Respect Wildlife Be Considerate of Other Visitors Each year millions of people visit America’s wild-lands. Skilled users help maintain the primitive backcountry experience for all. Remember, Leave No Trace depends more on attitude than it does on rules. • • • • • • • • • • • Respect all trail designations and travel restrictions. Ensure clothing, equipment and fodder is free of invasive species. Slow down for curves and hills, when visibility is limited and when other users are present. Keep noise and dust down. Keep pets under control. Some trails require dogs to be leashed. Be familiar with local rules. Leave gates in the condition you found them. Rights of Way • • • • Yield the right of way to those passing you from behind or traveling uphill. Motorized vehicles yield to mountain bikes, runners, hikers and horses. Mountain bikes yield to runners, hikers and horses. Runners and hikers yield to horses. • Gold panning for personal use is allowed on BLMadministered lands outside the boundary of existing mining claims. Contact the nearest BLM office for more information. The collection of vertebrate fossils and other significant paleontological resources requires a permit. Contact the Wyoming State Office for more information. Target shooting is generally allowed on BLM-administered public lands, as long as it is done in a safe manner and without damaging natural or cultural resources or improvements on public lands. Discharging or using firearms, weapons, or fireworks is not allowed in developed recreation sites, including parking lots, unless they are specifically designated for that purpose. Check with your local BLM office for any additional restrictions on shooting. • • • • • • • National Historic Trails Rawlins Field Office 1300 North Third Rawlins, WY 82301 307-328-4200 2987 Prospector Drive Casper, WY 82604 307-261-7600 of historic travelers are well represented. Trail ruts, graves, inscription sites and stage stations await visitors to public lands in Wyoming. We encourage visitors to adhere to the seven Leave No Trace principles on all BLM-administered public land. Download the Seasonal & Year-Round Public Access Information series at: Pinedale Field Office 1625 West Pine Street Pinedale, WY 82941 307-367-5300 High Plains District Seminoe to Alcova A 64-mile route that includes a variety of travel conditions. Visitors will pass through pronghorn-grazed prairie, stark desert and the Seminoe Mountains. Provides access to reservoirs, sand dunes and a blue ribbon-trout fishery on the North Platte River. In Wyoming, the BLM manages about 180 miles of CDT corridor. These portions are 95 percent primitive two-track, four percent improved roads and one percent requires cross-country travel. Cross-country segments are closed to motorized vehicles. BLM Wyoming has established year-round and seasonal restrictions to both enhance recreational opportunities and protect natural and cultural resources. A ten-part map series – one for each field office in Wyoming – identifies reoccurring BLM public land restrictions and opportunities. www.blm.gov/wyoming-public-access 280 Highway 191 North Rock Springs, WY 82901 307-352-0256 National Conservation Lands In Wyoming, the BLM manages sections of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT), five National Historic Trails, the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center and 42 Wilderness Study Areas. These resources offer exceptional opportunities for solitude, exploration, research, recreation and education. BLM Wyoming-administered public lands are open to the collection of limited amounts of rock material for personal (noncommercial) purposes without a permit or charge. Learn more about permissible rockhounding activities in our BLM Wyoming Rockhounding brochure found on our online public room webpage. High Desert District Learn more about the BLM’s back country byway system at www.blm.gov/programs/ recreation/recreation-programs/byways. The BLM’s National Conservation Lands encompass some of the nation’s most spectacular historic and wild landscapes. Nationwide, National Conservation Lands units include National Monuments, National Conservation Areas, Wild & Scenic Rivers, Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Areas, and National Scenic and Historic Trails. The BLM’s 1:100,000 map series (one mile equals approximately 5/8 of an inch) covers the entire state of Wyoming. These maps are available for purchase at any of the BLM offices throughout the state. They include land status, topographic features, roads, and recreation site information. 5353 Yellowstone Road Cheyenne, WY 82009 307-775-6256 South Bighorn/Red Wall A 33-mile gravel road tracing old livestock trails through open range and the scenic Red Wall rock formations. Provides access to numerous outdoor recreational activities such as hiking and camping. BLM/WY/GI-20/007+1120 This section addresses rockhounding, gold panning, fossil collecting, and artifacts. Other types of collection may occur on BLM-administered lands, including forest products. Contact your local BLM office for information on these and other resources, or visit www.blm.gov. Wyoming State Office Red Gulch/Alkali A 32-mile scenic drive on improved gravel and dirt roads through the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains, where visitors will encounter hoodoos and steep, rugged canyons. Provides overland hiking/backpacking access to the Alkali Creek, Medicine Lodge and Trapper Creek Wilderness Study Areas. In general, a 14-day occupancy limit within a 28day period applies across the state for any eligible camping location on BLM-administered land. The 14-day limit may be reached either through several separate visits or through 14 days of continuous occupation during the 28-day period. After the 14th day of occupation, campers must move outside of a 5-mile radius of the previous location. Never shoot from or over any road or highway. Always use a safe backdrop. Do not use plastic pellets, tracer rounds, exploding rounds, or steel-core rounds. Do not attach targets to plants or place targets against rocks, plants, or solid objects. It is illegal to deface or destroy trees, signs, outbuildings, or other objects on federal lands. All targets, shell casings, debris and trash must be removed. Please note, during fire season some areas may be closed to target shooting. Check the BLM Wyoming fire restrictions web page for more information (see the Fire Safety section of this document for a link). Learn more about safety tips and rules for target shooting on BLM-administered public land at www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/ recreation-programs/recreational-shooting Common invertebrate and plant fossils may be collected in reasonable quantities for personal use when obtained via surface collection or the use of non-powered hand tools resulting in negligible surface disturbance. Up to 25 lbs. of petrified wood, plus one piece, may be collected for personal use per day, but an individual may not collect more than 250 lbs. of petrified wood in one calendar year without a permit. The collection of artifacts (including arrowheads) is prohibited. Artifacts on public land are for observation only – not for removal as personal souvenirs. Help us ensure that artifacts remain available to the public for research, education and interpretation by leaving what you find. Boating & Fishing In addition, no person shall leave personal property unattended on public lands for a period of more than 72 hours. Unattended personal property will be counted toward the 14-day camp limit. Fire season in Wyoming typically lasts from June to October, but wildfires can occur at any time. Don’t be responsible for initiating a wildfire incident—you will be subject to fines and responsible for suppression costs. Follow these tips to help avoid starting wildfires: • • • • Check for local fire restrictions. Clear away grass, leaves and other debris within a 10foot perimeter of any campfire. Ensure all campfires and grills are completely extinguished before leaving the area Tow safely--dragging chains will throw sparks. Year-round fire restrictions on BLM Wyoming administered public land include: • • • • • Use/discharge of explosives of any kind, incendiary or chemical devices, pyrotechnic devices or exploding targets. Discharge or use of any fireworks. Discharge of a firearm using incendiary or tracer ammunition. Burn, ignite or cause to burn any tire, wire, magnesium, or any other hazardous or explosive material. Operate any off-road vehicle on public lands unless the vehicle is equipped with a properly installed spark arrester pursuant to 43 CFR 8343.1 (c). Temporary fire restrictions can be found at www.blm.gov/wyoming-fire-restrictions. Hunting The Wyoming Game and Fish Department administers hunting permits, hunt areas and shed hunting in the State of Wyoming. The BLM, in partnership with the State of Wyoming, is committed to facilitating access to public lands for hunting, fishing and other forms of recreation. BLM Wyoming-administered public lands provide access to boating and fishing on a variety of lakes, streams and rivers. In Wyoming, the edges and bottoms of bodies of water can be privately owned. In those places, don’t walk or wade the shoreline to avoid inadvertent trespass. Do your part to prevent the spread of invasive species, which have already disrupted many Wyoming ecosystems. Remove all visible mud, plants, fish and other organisms from your equipment. Eliminate all water from equipment before you depart an area, and avoid transferring wet equipment from stream to stream. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department regulates fishing and boating licensing, permitting and inspection. You can find information on these topics, as well as places to fish and boat, fish stocking reports and additional aquatic invasive species information at wgfd.wyo.gov/fishing-and-boating. Check with your local BLM office for special guidelines in your area, and learn more at www.blm.gov/ programs/recreation/camping. Please make sure to take the appropriate BLM 100K land status map(s) with you on any trip off the beaten track, as well as for navigation across BLM-administered roads. You can find which land status maps cover each Wyoming Game and Fish Department hunt area at wgfd.wyo.gov/hunting/ hunt-planner. When you’re planning your hunting excursion, remember that it’s not always possible to retrieve downed game with a vehicle. Bring a nonmotorized game cart, pack frame, capable friend or horse to help. Avoid hunting close to property lines, as animals may cross onto private property before they can be recovered. More important than taking home a game animal is making sure you and your companions get home safely at the end of the day. Make sure to: • • • • Tell a friend or family member where you are going and when you expect to be back. Be prepared for Wyoming’s changing weather while out in the field. Exercise the utmost caution with knives while processing your animals and supervise young hunters while they are processing their animals. Treat every gun as if it’s loaded. If you suspect violations of land use regulations, please do not risk escalating the situation by personally contacting the violator. A safer way to resolve the situation is to write down the license plate information, if possible, and contact appropriate law enforcement. The BLM offers a $250 reward for information leading to the conviction of any person damaging public lands through any criminal activity in the state of Wyoming. Wyoming Recreation Guide U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT ¼ 310 McCullough Peaks 20 20 Burlington re yb ul l G 433 Bobcat Draw Badlands 13 14 431 15 HOT SPRINGS Worland Field Office Ethete rk Fo 64 Lander Field Office Pinedale Scab Creek Popo Agie Wilderness Boulder po Po Fork Marbleton 61 60 Big Piney 89 191 59 58 Ri ve r 56 55 54 y Sand Gre 28 River 41 ater Savage Peak 287 etw Miller Springs 43 Seedskadee N.W.R. Opal 372 79 Ri ve Fork r t ry 80 tte k 85 10 Basin Gardens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 11 Buffalo Creek and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grave Springs Campgrounds Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite . . . . 23 Gardner Mountain Trailhead . . . . . . . . 24 Poison Creek Trailhead . . . . . . . . . 25 Mosier Gulch Day Use Area . . . . . . Four Bear Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sheep Mountain Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Lone Tree and Paint Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trailheads Bobcat-Houlihan Recreation Area . . . 13 Gooseberry Badlands Trail . . . . . . . . . 14 Duck Swamp Environmental . . . . . Education Area 26 Dry Creek Petrified Tree . . . . . . . . . Environmental Education Area Cody Canal Day Use Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Gebo-Crosby Historic Mining District . . . . . . . . . 27 Welch Ranch Recreation Area . . . . . . 5 Beck Lake Trail System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Canyon Creek Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Weston Hills Recreation Area . . . . 6 Eagle Pass Interpretive Site . . . . . . . . . . . Salt Lick Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Burnt Hollow Recreation Area . . . . . . 30 Mallo Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Lance Creek Fossil Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Lodgepole and Rim Campgrounds . . . 3 Twin Creek Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Andy Martin Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . McCullough Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 8 Cottonwood Creek Campground . . and Trailhead 17 18 Castle Gardens Scenic Area . . . . . Big Cedar Ridge Fossil Area . . . . . . . . . . . Little Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Middle Fork Powder River . . . . . . . Campground Five Springs Falls Campground . . 20 Middle Fork Recreation Area . . . . . and Outlaw Cave Campground r Ri ve 26 Picnicking Public Restroom Yoder Rock Climbing 96 Rock Hounding Wheatland Reservoir #2 34 Chugwater ALBANY Scenic Geology 313 Scenic Overlook La Grange 13 80 Snowmobiling Visitor Center 130 Wild Horse Viewing Medicine Bow National Forest 70 Muddy Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Environmental Education Area Snake Baggs er Riv Medicine Bow National Forest 98 Dixon Huston Park Wilderness River Savage Run Wilderness 97 Encampment River Canyon Encampment River Wilderness Sheep Little Mountain Nat. Game Albany Refuge 230 Prospect Mountain 34 35 National Historic Trails . . . . . . . . . . Interpretive Center Rim Rock Day Use Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bessemer Bend Recreation Site . . 36 Poison Spider OHV Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Goldeneye Recreation Area . . . . . . 38 Buffaloberry Campground . . . . . . . . . . 40 39 Medicine Bow National Forest 100 Pete’s Draw Campground . . . . . . . . 48 Shoshone Lake Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Redds Day Use Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Sinks Canyon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steamboat Lake Interpretive Site . . . . Johnny Behind the Rocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 50 Devil’s Gate and Martin’s Cove . . . Interpretive Sites 51 Beaver Rim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Split Rock Interpretive Site . . . . . . 52 Red Canyon Overlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Cottonwood Campground . . . . . . . . . . 53 Beaver Creek Nordic Ski Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miner’s Delight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wild Horse Point Day Use Area . . . Peabody Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agate Flats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Whitetail Day Use Area . . . . . . . . . . Atlantic City and Big Atlantic . . . . . Gulch Campgrounds 46 Castle Gardens Petroglyphs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Volksmarch Trailhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Dubois Mill Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Pine Creek Campsite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 South Pass Interpretive Site . . . . . . . . National Bighorn Sheep . . . . . . . . . . . . Interpretive Center Whiskey Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 Wyoming State Office Burns 287 Pine Bluffs Map Scale: 1:900,000 80 10 5 0 10 30 Miles 85 99 20 10 5 0 10 20 30 Kilometers 45 Miles Landing Day Use Area . . . . . 213 Cheyenne 230 Map Projection: WyLam (Lambert Conformal Conic Projection) Based on standard parallels 41oN and 45oN Datum: North American Datum 1983 (NAD83) Carpenter Platte River Wilderness Golden Currant Campground . . . . . . . Bolton Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LARAMIE Laramie Woods Landing 41 Chalk Bluffs Campground . . . . . . . Wildlife Viewing Albin 85 BLM Recreation Sites and Opportunities 33 216 25 211 Centennial Encampment Little Hole-in-the-Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hogan Luce Campground and . . . . Bald Ridge Trailhead Petroglyphs Torrington River 130 Red Creek Badlands 21 9 Off-Highway Vehicle Riding Lingle 85 Elk Mountain 87 Adobe Town Wardell-Harrington Reservoirs . . . . . . Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone . . . North Fork Shoshone River . . . . . . . . . Fo r River Wheatland Rock River Pla Mountain Biking Non-Motorized Boating Grayrocks Reservoir 95 CARBON GOSHEN Fort Laramie Nat. Hist. Site No 30 287 No rth Blac 2 Henrys rth Motorized Boating Bow Hanna Sinclair ie Laram Interpretive Trail Hartville Guernsey 26 487 Medicine r Wasatch-Cache National Forest Flaming Gorge Reservoir Interpretive Exhibit or Panel Guernsey State Park PLATTE Medicine Bow 86 430 84 414 94 Seminoe State Park 191 150 Twin Buttes Bennett Mountain ve Devils Playground 93 Ri 69 k ac Saratoga 789 Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area Mountain View Ri ve r Hunting 270 Glendo Reservoir 30 287 530 Lyman Medicine Bow National Forest 82 Bear Evanston Fort Bridger 77 Seminoe Reservoir 88 83 UINTA 92 un 89 Wamsutter Glendo State Park a Rawlins Rock Springs ks 90 Rawlins Field Office Field Office Green River 189 287 SWEETWATER 80 Rock Springs Reliance 81 30 Granger 91 Superior Horseback Riding 94 Glendo Co B 191 Historic Site 85 Ferris Mountains East Sand Dunes 74 Hiking Van Tassell River River 42 Red Lake 20 ra 487 40 Lusk Niobra Pathfinder N.W.R. Oregon Buttes 77 76 75 Big 73 Kemmerer Field Office 412 44 Douglas Fossil Site Manville 18 20 91 Alc ov 72 Alcova Reservoir 220 Fishing 93 25 32 39 Split Rock Platte Glenrock 34 38 Lankin Dome North r ve Ri s m Ha en Fork 80 River Fork 35 135 51 Rolling Hills Casper Field 33 Office 36 Casper Semi noe to River 46 45 South Pinnacles Cross-Country Skiing Environmental Education Bar Nunn Bairoil 78 18 85 136 Honeycomb Buttes Alkali Draw Camping CONVERSE 37 Boat Ramp 270 31 River 71 Auto Touring Bow 189 Sand Dunes ADA Accessible 59 Farson Eden BLM Recreation Site Location NIOBRARA Hudson Swe # 259 ine 68 Byw dic Me Whitehorse Creek Buffalo Hump C ountry 20 26 FREMONT Sweetwater Canyon Recreation Symbols Rive r Little 70 Fontenelle Reservoir Che 18 ck Pathfinder Reservoir LaBarge Cokeville Ba r 53 57 Raymond Mountain LINCOLN BLM Office Location e yenn th Sou 28 Lake Mountain Kemmerer n hor Big th ll Wa ed -R Powder River 52 Shoshone National Forest State Highways Thunder Basin National Grassland NATRONA 50 59 85 131 49 Federal Highways Newcastle Midwest Edgerton Lysite e Riv 789 18 BLM Back Country Byways 387 Lander 48 353 East k r Fo 22 Copper Mountain Riverton Agie 189 351 20 r Riv er Interstate Highways Continental Divide National Scenic Trail e dl id M Shoshoni Arapahoe 62 WESTON 192 Lara mie Gre en d Win 25 450 Kaycee 190 ve Fremont Lake 63 85 Wright La ra m ie New River r Rive Fairview Bea r Gardner Mountain 26 Ri Fort Washakie SUBLETTE Afton 287 Little Ri ve r 59 191 So u River s Grey Salt Bridger Wilderness Pinedale Field Office Bridger - Teton National Forest County Boundary Newcastle Field Office Ocean Lake 26 Thayne 16 50 ay Wind River Reservation Bull Lake 352 State Boundary 30 116 23 18 Cedar Mountain Boysen State Park 134 65 434 W ind Pavillion Star Valley Ranch 585 21 Fitpatrick Wilderness 66 196 North Fork of the Powder River 20 Bondurant 89 Rivers Moorcroft 25 17 Lucerne Whiskey Mountain Ri ve r Lakes and Reservoirs Keyhole Pine State Park Haven Osage 19 189 191 Bear River Rozet Other Private, State, and Federal Lands Sundance Upton B yway r ve Ri 47 90 116 JOHNSON 24 16 Dubois Badlands k 89 Ten Sleep WASHAKIE Boysen Reservoir Alpine Ri ve r Thermopolis For k 26 287 Kirby Recreation and Wilderness Areas (Not Managed by BLM) 90 East Ri ve r Owl Creek Dubois Snake 26 Woodruff Narrows Reservoir Gillette Buffalo Field Office National Forests and Grasslands Beulah k Ve ntr e Gros Ventre Wilderness 233 26 r Fo Shoshone National Forest 120 ba c Fossil Butte Nat. Mon. 12 Keyhole Reservoir CAMPBELL th or N Gros Jackson 30 25 Worland 20 Wilson 67 Buffalo Hyattville Honeycombs Bridger - Teton National Forest 26 89 Ho Medicine Lodge Black Hills National Forest 14 Powder Washakie Wilderness Teton Wilderness Grand Teton National Park Hoback 232 31 Cloud Peak Wilderness 16 National Elk Refuge Auburn 16 20 TETON 191 CROOK Meeteetse Jackson Lake Alta 22 Manderson Now ood 16 24 Devils Tower Nat. Mon. 29 Fortification Creek Wind River Reservation Hulett 28 Clearmont Lake DeSmet - Alkali Bac Alkali Creek So ut h Red Butte Gulch Byway 120 Jedediah Smith Wilderness Big Horn Trapper Creek Re d Basin 9 Sheep Mountain 11 er Riv 3 287 BLM Wilderness Study Areas Thunder Basin National Grassland 59 Story Shell 10 30 k Caribou Targhee National Forest 14 16 87 14 k C ountry River BLM Administered Lands e Bighorn National Forest Greybull 14 16 4 89 191 SHERIDAN BIG HORN 6 5 291 Sheridan 14 Fou rche Shoshone Lake 2 Fork 112 14 Cody Field Office Cody Buffalo Bill Reservoir 32 M Be lle PARK 14A orn Bigh Shoshone Ralston 14 16 8 Powell 14A Yellowstone National Park North 7 Bighorn Lake Byron 90 Dayton Tongue Li ttl Lovell 294 120 296 Yellowstone Lake r Rive 212 i ur so is Powder 1 Cowley 27 Ranchester Li ttl e r Rive North Absaroka Wilderness Deaver s Clark Bighorn Canyon Nat. Rec. 37 Area Map Symbols r ve Ri River River ar m La ne sto low Yel Shoshone National Forest 310 No warranty is made by the Bureau of Land Management as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data for individual or aggregate use with other data. Original data were compiled from various sources and may be updated without notification. Please inquire with the local BLM Field Office for current information regarding recreation site accessibility, fees, and amernities. Riv er Fork 212 Pryor Mountain Frannie 5353 Yellowstone Road Cheyenne, WY 82009 (307) 775-6256 Download this map and other BLM maps for your next visit to America’s public lands at blm.gov/maps For current information regarding BLM Recreation Sites, including site accessibility, amenities, and directions, please go to blm.gov/visit. Recreation sites are searchable by name as shown in the legend below, or by state and activity. Mammoth r Fo 1 BLM Wyoming State Office 58 59 Sweetwater Bridge and . . . . . . . . . Guard Station Campgrounds Blucher Creek Campground . . . . . . Continental Divide Snow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Machine Trail 60 Dutch Joe and Squaw Creek . . . . . . . . Campsites 61 New Fork River Campground . . . . 62 Scab Creek R

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