Did you now you can hike to remote petroglyphs in Wyoming? Castle Gardens, near Riverton, is one of the most remote BLM sites in the state. If you’re able to prepare for the journey, you’ll find history laid out in front of your eyes. It’s so worth the trip!

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Have you ever hiked to these remarkable petroglyphs in Wyoming? You’ll have a new appreciation for those that lived here long before most of us. Looking for more hidden places here in the Cowboy State? Take a look at this hidden valley and you’ll realize there’s always something new to discover way out here.

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Petroglyphs in Wyoming

Can I hike to historical sites in Wyoming?

Sure, Wyoming is packed with history! Hike around the Buffalo Bill Dam, visit the Fire Towers of Bighorn National Forest, discover history all around Old Faithful, and walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs at the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite.

Which state parks should I visit in Wyoming?

Guernsey State Park is the coolest park to visit if you want to see history in front of your eyes. The park shows off Oregon Trail Ruts carved into the rock! Curt Gowdy State Park and Glendo State Park are also fun spots to visit for anyone who likes a scenic picnic spot, fishing, or peaceful walks.

Where should I go to take photos of Wyoming?

You can't beat Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park for top photography spots in Wyoming. If you're looking to travel a little more off the beaten path, though, the Castle Gardens Petroglyph Site, Fossil Butte National Historic site, and Devils Tower National Monument are sure to be remarkable from behind the lens.

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