Ralston Reservoir


Ralston Reservoir is formed by Ralston Dam, Shoshone Project, located offstream on the Garland Canal about 2 miles southwest of Ralston, Wyoming. No fishing. Excellent wildlife viewing area, especially wetland and waterfowl species (ducks, pelicans, and sandhill cranes). Available services include accessible bridge and walkway to viewing area and restroom. No overnight camping. No drinking water. Waterfowl hunting in season with State license.


Site is located off U.S. 14A, 15 miles east of Cody, Wyoming.





Wyoming Area Office P.O. Box 1630 Cody, WY 82644


Hunting Wildlife Viewing


BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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