Rock River, Wyoming

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Top Fishing Spots in and near Rock River

  • Rock River, Wyoming

    Hike to Crater Lake, Medicine Bow National Forest

    3 mi / 751 ft gain
    To get here use exit 272 (Arlington) on I-80 and then proceed south on WY-13 for a quarter mile. Turn right on Elk Mountain Arlington Rd, from here on out the roads are unpaved.  After a mile turn left on Forest Rd 111, following signs for Medicine Bow National Forest.  Continue on Forest Rd 111 ...
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  • Centennial, Wyoming

    Camp Brooklyn Lake

    The road leading to this campground is a rocky one, lots of dust and a bumpy ride lead to this mountain escape. The campground is situated just above Brooklyn Lake, about a 15 minute drive away from the Lewis Lake trailhead. It has a few first come first serve camp sites that you can try and swip...
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  • Centennial, Wyoming

    Hike Sheep Lake Trail

    6 mi / 1000 ft gain
    There are a few ways to get you to Sheep Lake Trail, this particular one will take you to the trailhead via the Lewis Lake Trailhead near the picnic area. It makes it a longer hike, but trust, it's a beautiful one, and definitely not a hike you'll want to miss. The hike starts at an approximate e...
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  • Carbon County, Wyoming

    Fly Fish at Heart Lake

    When most people come to Medicine Bow National Forest, they usually do one of two hikes: the Lakes Trail or the Peak. Yes, both are spectacular. But break out your topo map to discover some of Medicine Bow's hidden gems, like Heart Lake.The first adventure of this hike is getting there. From High...
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