Seminoe Reservoir

Description:

The Seminoe Dam and Powerplant are on the North Platte River about 72 miles southwest of Casper, Wyoming. The Seminoe Reservoir, a major feature of the Kendrick Project, provides storage capacity for water to irrigate project lands.Recreation managed for the Bureau of Reclamation by Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites. Seminoe State Park provides 3 campgrounds and 3 boat ramps. Available species include walleye, brown trout, rainbow trout, and cutthroat trout. The reservoir is stocked annually with rainbow and cutthroat trout. Adjacent to Seminoe Dam, near the north end of the reservoir, the Morgan Creek drainage area comprises approximately 4,752 acres of forested lands within the Seminoe Mountains. Administered by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department as a winter range for elk and bighorn sheep. Open to hunting, but closed to grazing, camping, and fires. Current Reservoir Levels.

Directions:

Site is 72 miles southwest of Casper and 38 miles north of Sinclair, in Carbon County. Access from I-80 via Carbon County Rd. 351 or from U.S. 220 via Natrona County Hwy. 407 and Carbon County Roads 291 and 351.

Phone:

307-320-3013

Email:

Address:

Seminoe State Park Seminoe Dam Rt. Sinclair, WY 82334

Activities:

Boating Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Picnicking Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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