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Guernsey State Park, Guernsey

4.0
#61 of 75 in Nature in Wyoming
State Park Nature / Park
Park grounds open 24 hours.

Most park grounds are open year round, weather permitting; restrooms and drinking water systems and museum are closed Oct. 1 - Apr 30.
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4.5
  • Great architecture at the museum and some of the picnic sites; definitely worth a drive around the park to look at all the CCC builders' accomplishments. The camp ground was good (needed some cleaning...  more »
  • My husband and I were so surprised and impressed by this gem of a state park. The CCC buildings are amazing and the yurts! Although we didn't stay in the park this visit, we'll definitely put staying ...  more »
  • This park is 30 miles around. There are many back roads and switchbacks to drive up, around and over the mountains and hills. There is a spectacular view of the lake no matter where you are. Don't mis...  more »
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  • Very nice lake. Very big. Never run out of places to discover. Nice accommodations and camping grounds.
  • I'm not a fisherman/person. I just wanted a nice place to camp. Unless you have a reservation, you get sent out into the hither land with steep graded sites...primitive camping but you are charged the same as a hook up on the other side of the lake. Staff was surly too. The lake is beautiful but the park is not well maintained.
  • This state park is a real jewel. It is unlike any other state park in Wyoming in the scenery and in its historical significance. It is easy to spend a weekend here boating, hiking, biking or checking out all of the amazing CCC structures built in the 1930's. Don't miss the museum or a trip to the Castle
  • The yurts are very cool. However, they're pretty far from the lake so you're basically forced to drive to the lake. The yurts do not have electricity/power outlets. However, they have solar panels that run a fan and lights. There also isn't any running water near the yurts, just outhouse bathrooms. The state park really seems geared towards boats and jet skis. There isn't much else to do there, and the beach is pretty small.
  • This is one of the most beautiful state parks i have been to ever. My wife and I love to explore this park and we are fortunate to live nearby. My family spent 2 nights in the yurts and had a wonderful experience. It snowed the first night and the park staff came multiple times and shoveled out the patio, a path to the bathroom, around our van and made sure there was a path for us to get out when we needed to leave. We lounged around during the day and they made sure we had enough firewood and all the things we needed. It was way better than the service that any hotel offers.

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