The 600-Acre State Park In Wyoming That Stands Out From The Rest

Wyomingites love to spend time outside, and it’s no wonder! There are geologic wonders around every corner out here in the Cowboy State. From the world’s largest mineral hot springs to the country’s first National Monument, there’s so much to see here that you can’t find anywhere else. One such place is Sinks Canyon State Park, where you can hike along a river and enjoy the wilderness – until the river disappears into the ground.

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Sinks Canyon State Park is located at 3079 Sinks Canyon Rd, Lander, WY 82520. This gorgeous park is perfect for fishing, hiking, camping, and exploring, and you’ll quickly fall in love with the landscape. Be sure to share your favorite photos from the park on our Wyoming Nature Lovers Facebook page!