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We love to camp here because it’s so pretty and quiet. Also fishing is fun there. We also take... read more

Reviewed November 18, 2019
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Stunning close up petroglyphs. It I'd well worth I The drive here. Call ahead for a camp spot. You... read more

Reviewed September 2, 2019
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Medicine Lodge is a hidden oasis and home to a large sandstone cliff that displays hundreds of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs. Approximately 27 individual campsites with picnic tables and fire rings are available for RV's, tents, or...more
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We love to camp here because it’s so pretty and quiet. Also fishing is fun there. We also take our side-by-side because there is good 4 wheeling in the area
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Stunning close up petroglyphs. It I'd well worth I The drive here. Call ahead for a camp spot. You want to be right next to the stream and overhang. There is a charge.
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We camped here at one of the first-come-first-served campsites. So quiet and peaceful. Park very well maintained. Park Rangers were super friendly. Petroglyphs are easy to access. Really popular place with locals. Paths are very well maintained. Free admission. Just had to pay
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. It is one of the most significant archeology sites in WY because of its most complete stratigraphic sequences of human occupation thus far found in the state. Two radiocarbon dates from the fire hearth place the age of the occupation in the 1300’s A. D. Want to see
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We were told about this site after we visited another. It was easy to get to & was easy to view without to much climbing. It was interesting to see how people in the past recorded their days & special events! The surroundings were beautiful too. If you like history this is a
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