Seminoe State Park
Seminoe State Park is against the Seminoe Reservoir, a man-made lake known for the quality of its trout and walleye fishing. This is south-central Wyoming, beautiful but almost uninhabited country. The State Park offers the full range of water sports and activities with several day use areas and four campgrounds.
North Red Hills Campground: 30 campsites with picnic tables and fire grills. A few sites have shelters, too. Rest rooms and a water hydrant are close by. This area also has the only dump station in the park. There are play areas for the kids and a few shade trees but the shoreline here is steep and mostly covered with rock. The boat launches here can deal with high to low-low water on the lake.
South Red Hills Campground: The upper level here has good views of the lake while the lower level sports the boat ramp. The 2 levels have 22 sites between them, each with a picnic table and fire grill. Some have shelters, all have rest rooms and a water hydrant close by. The lower level has a kids play area and offers some protection from the wind. The boat launch is good from high to low water levels in the lake.
Sunshine Beach Campground: There are only a few developed campsites in this area with a couple of shelters available but no drinking water. The shoreline here is a mix of sandy coves and solid rock.
Sand Mountain Day Use Area: This picnic area has two shelters and direct walking access to the biggest beach on the lake.
Seminoe State Park is located 35 miles north of the I-80 on State Road 220 (the Seminoe-to-Alcova Back Country Byway), between Sinclair and Casper, Wyoming.
The Dam at Seminoe Lake
Large photos courtesy of the Bureau of Land Management
Map courtesy of National Geographic Topo!