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Sinks Canyon State Park Lander Lander

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Sinks Canyon State Park Lander
3079 Sinks Canyon Road
Lander
WY
82520
Tel: 307 332 3077

Directions

Sinks Canyon State park is located 6 miles south of Lander on Highway 131

Where are we going today?

Loads to do in the big outdoors, try hiking, bird watching, camping, fishing, rock Climbing or just relax and have a picnic! The visitors center have displays about the ecology, wildlife, and the history of Sinks Canyon including interactive displays and a "kids corner." "The Raptor tree," glacial geology, mounts of bison, elk, deer and bighorn sheep.
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When can we go?

9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend

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    Very cool little park. You can park at either the Sink or the Rise, and walk a paved path between the two. A couple rough little paths lead to the overflow channel and down to the cave where the river disappears into the ground. The Rise is really pretty in the morning. Bring quarters if you want to get a handful of fish food to throw to the trout. You can see everything in an hour or so - less, if you hustle - but I was in no hurry to leave, as it's a pretty little canyon and we had a beautiful day.

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