Wyoming June 14, 2019
You’ll Never Want To Leave This Wyoming Park That’s Home To Yurt Camping, A Water Slide, And An Underground River
Wyoming is full of gorgeous canyons, rivers, and parks, but one truly stands out from the rest. Sinks Canyon State Park is one of the Cowboy State’s most stunning natural wonders, and you’ve got to make plans to visit it as soon as you can.
Sinks Canyon, just outside of Lander, is one of Wyoming's most unique treasures.
People have been visiting the Sinks area for thousands of years, but it was finally preserved as a state park in 1971.
The Park features picnic areas, trails, and wildlife, all centered around the mighty Popo Agie river.
The park is named after the "Sinks", a cave that brings the Popo Agie river underground, where it travels for a quarter of a mile before resurfacing at "the rise".
There are plenty of camp sites at Sinks Canyon, but if you plan ahead, you can reserve a luxurious Yurt for your camping getaway.
These yurts are climate controlled, comfortable, and stocked with supplies. Bring your own bedding for a comfortable stay.
There's nothing quite like looking up at the dark Wyoming sky, peppered with millions of stars, while you relax out in the wilderness.
If you visit during the summer - head down the Falls Trail to visit the Popo Agie waterslide. While technically it's outside the boundary of the park, it's worth the extra hike!
This quiet natural waterslide leads you into the best swimming hole in Wyoming. Check it out!
Address: 3079 Sinks Canyon Road, Lander, WY, 82520
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