Bear River State Park, Evanston
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Bear River State Park is state-owned, public recreation area straddling the Bear River on the east side of the city of Evanston, Wyoming, in the United States. The state park encompasses close to and is connected to Evanston via the BEAR Project, an interconnecting trail system developed by the city. The park was established in 1991 and is home to a small heard of captive bison and elk.Activities and amenitiesThe park offers picnicking, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Annual events include the Bear River Rendezvous, held on the weekend before Labor Day. The park's hiking trails include of paved trail, an arched footbridge that crosses the river, and of packed gravel trails. Trails are used for cross-country skiing in winter.Put Bear River State Park into our Evanston trip generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Evanston.
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Highly maintained, walk by the river and enjoy the wildlife. The bison and elk are fenced, but watching them was a treat. Magpies sitting on the bison was enjoyable.
We were in SLC for an Archery camp and had a day to spare so we headed to Wyoming to see the world. First off, what a beautiful drive. Minimal cars on the interstate, and everyone is so courteous on t... read more »
we have always met friendly people there; it's convenient to the highway and to downtown, with a lovely river running through it.
This park is a wonderful rest stop for anyone traveling on I-80. We always stop whether we need to or not. The rest rooms are clean. There is a play area for the children, paths to walk and interesting info about the area.
The Bison here are fun to watch. It's a great stop when you are traveling.
Now I know the difference between a bison and buffalo.
Geo cache heaven, before you leave wyoming. Check this gem of the Rockies out
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