Seminoe Reservoir has
180 miles of shoreline-one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Wyoming. The
20,291 acres of water offers excellent Trout and Walleye fishing.
The reservoir is stocked annually with
rainbow and cutthroat trout.
Adjacent to Seminoe Dam, near the north end of the reservoir, the Morgan Creek
drainage area comprises approximately 4,752 acres of forested lands within the
Seminoe Mountains. is located 34 miles north of Sinclair, WY (I-80) via county
road #351. The State Park is located on the west side of the reservoir and at
the northern end of the reservoir near the dam.
Vehicle access is limited due to the
checkerboard land pattern of public and privately owned land between the
shoreline and the county roads. Camping elevation is approx. 6,400 to 6,500
feet. Cool nights make for good sleeping in the hot summer months. For the most
part there are no shade trees within the park but some sites have shelters for
picnicking, etc. Full service hook-up RV sites, fee use boat ramp, gasoline,
fishing licenses & supplies, ice, groceries, etc., are available at the Seminoe
Boat Club (307) 320-3043 located 10 S.E. of the park and at the miracle mile
ranch (307) 325-6710) located approx. 18 miles N.W. of the park near the famous
Miracle Mile fishing area.
Accommodations & Camping: All of
designated campsites have picnic areas and campfire rings. Restroom facilities
and drinking water are within close proximity to each campsite in both the North
and the South Red Hills areas of the park. A trailer dump station and pull
through sites are available in the North Red Hills Campground. A 35' R.V.'s
length or less is recommended at this park.
Directions: It is approx. 75
miles S.W. of Casper. Take state highway 20 to Alcova then take Natrona Rd
#407 to the Natrona County/Carbon County line, then Carbon County Rd. #291 south
to Leo Junction, then south on Carbon County road #351 past miracle mile, Kortes
and Seminoe Dams.