Enjoy a day on the water at Glendo Reservoir.
Glendo State Park is a great place for boaters, anglers, and water sport enthusiasts. They have 21 campgrounds available with 568 campsites for all kinds of campers, including tents and RVs. The surrounding area has stunning mountains, a sandy beach, and forests. Wildlife is abundant with mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, coyotes, turkeys, and various bird species. With over 45-miles of hiking trails, you can choose from the following trailheads: Dam Overlook, the Two Moon, the Wetlands, and the Sandy Beach. All the trails are open year-round. The Shelter Point area and the Sandy Beach are perfect for swimming with its 1.5-miles of shoreline. Glendo is an awesome fishing area with walleye, perch, bass, catfish, and crappie fish species. Be aware that a Wyoming Fishing License is required to participate in side Glendo State Park.
Glendo State Park has about 12,000 acres of water, so boaters with motorized and non-motorized boats will have plenty of space. The park features 6 public boat ramps and 5 courtesy docks located at Elkhorn, Bennett Hill, Reno Cove, Whiskey Gulch, Marina, and Indian Point. For those that love to participate in winter sports, ice fishing is rather popular, and fat biking has been gaining popularity here too. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are other winter activities you can do at Glendo State Park.