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Carbon County

Alcova Reservoir- This reservoir supports six campgrounds, eight boat ramps, an interpretive trail and marina concession. Available fish species in the lake include brown trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout and walleye.
Kortes Reservoir/Miracle Mile Area- Kortes Reservoir is located in a narrow canyon below Seminoe Dam, northeast of Rawlins. The Miracle Mile area extends downstream from the bottom of Kortes Dam to the boundary of the Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge.
Medicine Bow National Forest- Located in south central Wyoming, the Medicine Bow National Forest encompasses much of the Medicine Bow Mountains, the Snowy Range and the Laramie Mountains.
Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge- Pathfinder NWR lies in south central Wyoming. At low reservoir levels much of the refuge is bare mud flat with some marsh adjacent to the inlets. The upland portion is grassland interspersed with sagebrush flats.
Pathfinder Reservoir- This site is located on the North Platte River 47 miles southwest of Casper. Parts of the reservoir are included in the Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge. There are 3 campgrounds and 3 boat ramps.
Rawlins Field Office- Located in south central Wyoming, Rawlins Field Office, offers access to six campgrounds, five mountain bike trails, Adobe Town Wilderness Study Area, North Platte and Encampment Rivers.
Seminoe State Park- Seminoe State Park, located 34 miles north of Sinclair, on the northwest side of the reservoir, features camping, fishing and boating.

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