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Grand Teton National Park Schwabacher Landing © Ed Heaton
One of the most photgraphic parks youll ever visit...
Teton National Forest © Thomas Reiman
Yellowstone National Park Grand Prismatic Spring © John Cartlidge
Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone NP
Yellowstone National Park Good Morning © Joe Harris
Grizzly bear in Yellowstone park
Grand Teton National Park Grand Teton © Ed Heaton
Very cold but very beautiful in the winter...
Medicine Bow National Forest Four inch tall owl © Martin Windell
Yellowstone National Park Mt Washington © Joe Harris
The sign at the summit of Mt Washburn which, at an elevation of 10,243 feet, is the highest point in Yellowstone National Park
Grand Teton National Park Fall Colors © Dewese Milstead
Georgeous fall colors.
Western Meadow Lark © stateparks.com
Western Meadow Lark
Picnic Table © stateparks.com
It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
Small Boy Fishing © stateparks.com
Gone fishin.
Wyoming's Southwest Region Parks

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National Wildlife Refuge
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National Forest
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National Recreation Area
Parks in this region are near these Wyoming Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
ROCK SPRINGS
Bridger National Forest
Located in Western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton offers more than 3.4 million acres of public land for your outdoor recreation enjoyment. With its pristine watersheds, abundant wildlife and immense wildlands, the Bridger-Teton National Forest comprises a large part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem ........more >
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Flaming Gorge Dam, Reservoir, and Powerplant, features of the Colorado River Storage Project, are on the Green River in northeastern Utah about 32 miles downstream from the Utah-Wyoming border. After the Bureau of Reclamation built Flaming Gorge in the early 1960s, a National Recreation Area was established ........more >
Seedshadee National Wildlife Refuge
FIRST HUNTERS The first recorded humans in this area arrived as the great continental ice sheets were receding to the north. To survive, they constantly hunted and gathered whatever food was available. They stamped out trails along the rivers and streams as they followed the great herds of bison ........more >
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