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Seminoe State Park Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"The stark badlands and sage hills hint of intense sun and little rain. Forget about gathering firewood. There aren’t even living trees here. Hiking might be a stretch for those who like wooded trails. In spite of the barren appearance, a lot of things remain to be discovered.
Exploring the geological features could prove very rewarding for rockhounds. When all else fails the cold lake water takes the sting out of the hot sun. Seminoe State Park is located near Rawlins in south-central Wyoming. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Sunshine Beach, South Red Hills, and Red Hills North."
--Kenneth L. Graham, Camping Wyoming and the Black Hills (Falcon Guides).
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