Wyoming Nature, Waterfalls August 28, 2019
Crow Creek Trail In Wyoming Will Lead You Straight To Hidden Falls
Wyomingites are always looking to find the best hikes in the state, and when you find a scenic stroll with an incredible payoff, you’ve hit the jackpot. Venture out to Curt Gowdy State Park to find a beautiful natural preserve that’s home to the best kept secret in Wyoming – Hidden Falls.
Curt Gowdy State Park is one of Wyoming's most underrated wonders.
Located halfway between Laramie and Cheyenne, this park offers some of the most incredible hiking the region.
If you like being on the water, you'll love the choice of three reservoirs for fishing and boating. Granite, Crystal and North Crow are each open for a variety of water activities.
The coolest feature of the park is the secret Curt Gowdy State Park waterfall - aptly named Hidden Falls.
To get back here, you'll have to take the Crow Creek Trail back about 2 miles into the park and wade through some shallow water.
It's quite the journey, and worth every step of the way! The scenery is stunning and it's nice to dip your feet in the crystal clear water.
Hidden Falls is located in between two huge rock structures, and it's so fun to see it up close! This may be Wyoming's best kept secret.
For a trail map and more information on this route, visit
You’ll find the Crow Creek Trail at Curt Gowdy State Park.
Address: 1264 Granite Springs Road, Cheyenne, WY, 82009
If waterfall hikes are your favorite way to pass the time, read
The Ultimate Wyoming Waterfalls Road Trip Is Right Here – And You’ll Want To Do It. After all, we live in the most beautiful state in America, and it’s about time we got out there and saw it!