Explore this historic state park which was once a gold prospecting site in the late 1800s.
Seminoe State Park is a recreation area located on the northwest side of the Seminoe Reservoir. There are 1,639 acres of land and 19,000 acres of water here. The name "Seminoe" came from the Seminole tribe. The Seminoe State Park was established in 1965 and offers many recreational activities for visitors. Wildlife creatures that you may see include the active antelope and mule deer. Campers love the area and it is open all year long. The fee kiosks are posted at each entrance for convenience.
Campsites can accommodate RVs and tents and they have restroom facilities, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, and horseback riding opportunities. The picnic areas are nice and visitors love to bring their off-road vehicles to the sand dunes. Boating and other water sports are also popular and anglers are welcome to fish in the miracle mile trout fishery. This place is an outdoor lovers paradise, be sure to stop by if you're traveling through Wyoming.