Glendo State Park

Glendo State Park


Location:Just outside the town of Glendo, off I-25.
Facilities:More than 400 tent and trailer campsites, restrooms, picnic area and shelter, trails (4 miles @di), swimming beach, boat ramp, boat dock, marina, dam (é), playground.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, windsurfing, hiking.
Special Features:Visitors may find tepee rings and other traces from times when Arapaho, Cheyenne, Oglala, and Brule Indians called this territory home.
Address:PO Box 398
Glendo, WY 82213

Phone:307-735-4433
Web: wyoparks.state.wy.us/glslide.htm
Size: 9,930 acres land; 12,550 acres water. Elevation: 4,718 feet.

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To provide a representative sample of parks and historic sites, three units were selected for inclusion in this research: Glendo State Park (Glendo), Glendo, WY; Curt Gowdy State Park (Gowdy), Laramie, WY; and Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Site (Prison), Laramie, WY.
If you want to see Fort Laramie, plan to stay in Guernsey (three motels) or larger Douglas (two dozen motels and restaurants) and also visit nearby Fort Fetterman, Ayres Bridge, or Glendo State Park. Badland's National Park, 57 miles east of Rapid City, has been called the finest surviving natural prairie in the country.

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