Medicine Bow National Forest
- Phone: +1-3077452307
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Landmarks, Parks
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95% of people who visit Laramie include Medicine Bow National Forest in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
65.44% of people start their Medicine Bow National Forest visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Medicine Bow National Forest
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Medicine Bow National Forest
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Medicine Bow National Forest, Laramie Reviews
A hidden gem. This was not in my original itinerary, but as I've come to find I prefer National Forests over National Parks (less traffic, crowds; more solitude), I added this to a recent trip and was blown away. Snowy mountains (in June no less), expansive and scenic vistas, spectacular drives. And of course, free. I didn't have time to explore fully, but it's easily one of the most scenic National Forests I've been to (not a lot, honestly). But if you're looking for scenic drives, hikes, water access, camping, seclusion, quiet -- this place offers it all.
Beautiful area for a hike, drive and picnic. It was not crowded. Hiked for 4 hours and only saw a handful of people whole time. Peaceful, nature at it's best, wildflowers everywhere. Please be prepared for rapid weather changes. We got rain and pea size hail for 20 min when up above 9000 feet. Otherwise fine in a tshirt and shorts/jeans.
This land is absolutely gorgeous! We camped at Silver Lake campground and loved it. This area was a definite highlight in our drive across the country and was well worth the sidetrack off of I-80! Go there!
Southeast Wyoming is so beautiful, especially in Medicine Bow National Forest. While traveling from South Dakota to Washington, we decided to spend a few days in Medicine Bow National Forest; there is only so much boredom we could handle driving on Interstate 80. From Laramie, we took highway 130 to Libby Creek Spruce Campground and then continued Highway 101 to Bow River Campground. Both campgrounds were great for fishing, hiking, and watching critters. Between the two campsites, I loved Bow River Campground a lot more; better place to watch animals.
Camping at the YamColo Reservoir was the best part of our trip! Camped across the lake from the mountains for $5/night. How amazing! Very rustic. Will do it again and again.