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“This is listed on the National Register of Historic Places”
23 Jun 2018
“Trip to the past.”
Medicine Lodge is a hidden oasis and home to a large sandstone cliff that displays hundreds of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs. Approximately 27 individual campsites with picnic tables and fire rings are available for RV's, tents, or...more
. It is one of the most significant archeology sites in WY because of its most complete stratigraphic sequences of human occupation thus far found in the state. Two radiocarbon dates from the fire hearth place the age of the occupation in the 1300’s A....More
We were told about this site after we visited another. It was easy to get to & was easy to view without to much climbing. It was interesting to see how people in the past recorded their days & special events! The surroundings were beautiful...More
This is a beautiful park with a great deal of native american history and a wide range of nature to enjoy. My sister, brother in law and I spent the afternoon walking, picnicking and enjoying family time in this beautiful park. I highly recommend this...More
It's hot and dry and suddenly appears an oasis of trees and streams out of no where. And if that's not enough a step through time takes you through history of our country. This little camp is perfectly maintained and offers a history lesson to...More
Visited this fascinating archaeological dig site to see the petroglyphs. We did that and more. Near a lovely stream, campsites which we'll utilize next time, well maintained, and a ranger on duty. Really a special place.
This place is a treasure!!!!..Beautiful campgrounds; big trees; lots of nice shade trees...Grill to cook out...trails to ride atvs....It is archaeological site with petragraphs on huge big red rock hills/ mountains. .Small cabins displaying animals of the animals...Elk come here in the fall and winter...More
This place is well worth a couple of hours detour to check out;
-- native historical site with 100's of petroglyph / pictograph on a large panel in the small valley right by the parking lot.
-- Nicely done displays and signage explaining the history...More
Decided on a whim to pull off the road near Worland to make the 25 mile drive here. I was the only one here since it was February. There was a little snow on the ground but with a compact car was able to get...More
What can I say that others haven't. This is a wonderful place. It's a quiet little campground set along a clear water creek. The campground is impeccably maintained and clean. The Petroglyphs are amazing even if you just want to stop along the way to...More
This is a like a hidden gem of a campground. It's so clean...I love the large grassy sites and the distance between them is great for more privacy.....or great group areas. Just enough to do for interest but allows plenty of opportunity for relaxing. My...More