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Laramie, WY
+1 307-745-2300
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Great Views

Lots of interesting rock formations and vistas. Some of the trails (not roads) you will need four... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Knoxville, Tennessee
A wonderful experience and a must visit if you go to Laramie

Very beautiful and spiritual place.Children and adults alike enjoy the sense of challenge and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Laramie, WY
+1 307-745-2300
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of interesting rock formations and vistas. Some of the trails (not roads) you will need four wheel drive. Worth the time to see especially if you do the Ames Monument.

Thank jhvcpa
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful and spiritual place.Children and adults alike enjoy the sense of challenge and adventure offered by the great formations of rocks to climb them .Great camping sight too.

1  Thank geeta16
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Relatively accessible hiking place. Offers hikes for both experienced hikers and those that are just going for a short hike. Beware that the weather can change quickly in the area, particularly in spring and autumn. There are a few picnic areas with grills too -...More

Thank sith1968
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A group of us went to this area and viewed over 40 wildflowers. The rock formations were amazing to appreciate close up. The trails were well-maintained and so were the restrooms. I would definitely recommend Turtle Rock Trail.

Thank Luv W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful hiking trails and photo ops. My family loves to go there during the fall when it isn't too hot (or cold), and the leaves are turning color.

Thank mmrwc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I came here with some family from the area when we told them we wanted some adventure! I had come here as a kid but for some reason, it did not leave an impression. I can't imagine why as this place is...More

Thank Mrs_AJMoo
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

We hiked Turtle Rock which begins at the Vedauwoo Campgrounds. It is about a three mile hike of fairly flat and rocky terrain. The whole family can enjoy this hike.

Thank hoosierhiker
Reviewed 12 July 2017

We visited after a friend recommended this park while we were vacationing in the Cheyenne area. WOW! What a neat place. Nice hiking trails and absolutely the coolest scenery.

Thank amarinesmom226
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This is a terrific park to visit on a day trip. Kids love it, and they can run and jump all they want while adults can enjoy a low-key, very moderately paced pace around the loop. Be sure to picinic. If you are into wildflowers...More

Thank Ody G
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Two of my girls and I set out on the Turtle Rock trail this week and got quite a treat! The trail is well groomed, shaded throughout, and the wildflowers absolutely spectacular! We also saw many butterflies. We came upon a few other groups, yet...More

Thank Diane P
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Julie H
25 April 2017|
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Response from teresakk66 | Reviewed this property |
The best spots do. Much of the campground has been cleared of trees due to pine beetle, so many of the campsites are treeless. Many of those are often available. The upper Campground allows RVs. The lower Campground is tents... More
26 January 2016|
Response from Todd G | Reviewed this property |
It means " earthborn". I found this on another website for you. I think I read something like the indians thought that the indian spirits played here, as if they placed all the rocks like they are. Despite claims to the... More