This Wildlife Refuge In Wyoming Is So Remote, You’ll Practically Have It All To Yourself

The dry, windy, sagebrush desert gives way to the beautiful Green River in an area of southwestern Wyoming that’s so stunning it has been preserved as a National Wildlife Refuge. The river brings thousands of animals to this area each year, but it’s still a spot that’s not often visited. If you want to experience wild Wyoming nature without having to deal with crowds on trails, head to Seedskadee.

To find up-to-date access information and restrictions, as well as specific directions to trailheads and parking areas, visit the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge website.

Wyoming is a great state for wildlife watching. In fact, The American Serengeti Is Right Here In Wyoming And You’ll Want To Plan A Visit.


Address: Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge, Green River, WY 82935, USA