Lander and Dubois Area Campgrounds

Lander, Wyoming

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Mountains meet desert in random locations without offering an explanation. Some of the resulting formations include the historical sites known as Devil’s Gate and Independence Rock. The unique geology also contains an abundance of agates and the famous Wyoming jade. The Oregon Trail traversed this region, leaving a massive amount of outstanding evidence. Wagon ruts are still obvious to this day in select areas. The historical markers along the route are well worth the time to examine. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Cottonwood, Dickinson Creek, Ring Lake, Trail Lake, Horse Creek, Double Cabin, Pinnacles, Brooks Lake, Falls, Sinks Canyon State Park, Sinks Canyon, Worthen Meadow, Fiddlers Lake, Popo Agie, Louis Lake, Big Atlantic Gulch, and Atlantic City.

Lander and Dubois Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"Mountains meet desert in random locations without offering an explanation. Some of the resulting formations include the historical sites known as Devil’s Gate and Independence Rock. The unique geology also contains an abundance of agates and the famous Wyoming jade. The Oregon Trail traversed this region, leaving a massive amount of outstanding evidence. Wagon ruts are still obvious to this day in select areas. The historical markers along the route are well worth the time to examine.

Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Cottonwood, Dickinson Creek, Ring Lake, Trail Lake, Horse Creek, Double Cabin, Pinnacles, Brooks Lake, Falls, Sinks Canyon State Park, Sinks Canyon, Worthen Meadow, Fiddlers Lake, Popo Agie, Louis Lake, Big Atlantic Gulch, and Atlantic City."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Lander
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Local Contacts: BLM, Rawlins District; Shoshone National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Lander and Dubois Area Campgrounds

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May 2018