Seminoe State Park
|Seminoe State Park|
|Wyoming State Park|
|- elevation||6,500 ft (1,981 m)|
|Area||21,641 acres (8,758 ha)|
|Management||Wyoming Division of State Parks and Historic Sites|
|IUCN category||V - Protected Landscape/Seascape|
|Website: Seminoe State Park|
Seminoe State Park is a state park located 35 miles (56 km) north of Sinclair in Carbon County, Wyoming. The park is surrounds the Seminoe Reservoir, formed by the Seminoe Dam at the base of the Seminoe Mountains. The park consists of 1,450 acres (590 ha) of land and 20,191 acres (8,171 ha) of water.
Gold prospecting occurred around the park in the late 1800s Seminoe State Park has a picnic area, shelters, beaches, a boat ramp, playgrounds, and 61 campsites in four campgrounds. Wildlife in the park includes bobcats, mule deer, skunks, raccoons, moose, elk, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, rabbits, and bald eagles.
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