Many People Don’t Know About The Strange Castle Gardens Ruins Hiding In Wyoming
There are so many stunning treasures hiding in Wyoming – and the Castle Rock Petroglyph Site is one of them. This underrated, little known historic site is a stunning tribute to the Native Americans who roamed this land hundreds of years before European Settlers made their way out west. Rally up your inner adventurer and discover something fascinating in your home state.
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Castle Gardens is maintained by the Bureau of Land Management, so the lands are public. To get to Castle Gardens, you’ll have to take a remote road from Riverton, in Fremont County. Be sure to gas up before setting off on your journey, as you won’t find any services along the way. The BLM recommends taking a high clearance, 4×4 vehicle. Click here for directions from Riverton.