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Alcova Reservoir
Big Sandy Reservoir
Deaver Reservoir
Fontenelle Reservoir
Glendo State Park
Gray Reef Reservoir
Guernsey State Park
Kortes Reservoir/Miracle Mile Area
Lake Cameahwait
Meeks Cabin Reservoir
Newton Lakes
Ocean Lake
Pathfinder Reservoir
Pilot Butte Reservoir
Ralston Reservoir

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Description - This section includes mainly the large reservoirs in Wyoming. Some of the large natural lakes, located on National Forest land are not included here.

Recreation - Wyomings lakes and reservoirs offer opportunities for boating, fishing, camping, hiking, hunting, and picnicking.

Climate - As throughout the Rocky Mountains, the climate varies drastically depending on elevation. Summers generally offer warm clear days with cool nights. Afternoon thunderstorms are often a possibility in the summer. In the winter, frequent sunshine, but heavy snow in the higher elevations, are ideal for winter activities. The lakes and reservoirs in Wyoming are frozen through most of the winter. Harsh weather - including strong winds, cold, and snow - is possible throughout the winter and even throughout the year, especially in the highest elevations.

Location - These Lakes and Reservoirs are located throughout the state of Wyoming.

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Filed By: C. Allen
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Report: A friend and I went canoeing on Meadowlark and Tiehack lakes in the Big Horns above Buffalo, Wyoming. The lakes are beautiful and the campgrounds were wonderful....We tented. We will be going again at the end of this month only we are looking for different lakes to canoe on in Wyoming. Love the Big Horns but would like to check out other places in the Mountians. These 2 lakes are GREAT for canoeing!!!!

Filed By: Randy Podoll
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Report: Where is Meadowlark lake?

Filed By: vicki robinson (denver greenie, co)
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Report: the ranch at miracle mile. the canyon going to the mile is great

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Contact Information:
U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Regional Office, 740 Simms Street, P.O. Box 25127 , Lakewood, CO, 80225, Phone: 303-275-5350

Additional Information:
Wyoming - Wyoming is within the top ten largest states in the country and the least populated. If you're seeking solitude in wilderness setting look into one of the many recreation opportunities in this state.


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