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Boysen State Park

Boysen State Park is a public recreation area surrounding the Boysen Reservoir, an impoundment of the north-flowing Wind River, in Fremont County, Wyoming. The state park covers more than 35,000 acres at the south end of the Owl Creek Mountains at the mouth of the Wind River Canyon. The park offers multiple campgrounds, boat launches,…read more »

Boysen State Park is a public recreation area surrounding the Boysen Reservoir, an impoundment of the north-flowing Wind River, in Fremont County, Wyoming. The state park covers more than 35,000 acres at the south end of the Owl Creek Mountains at the mouth of the Wind River Canyon.

The park offers multiple campgrounds, boat launches, and a privately operated marina. Camping spots and restrooms are available at the park and open 24/7.

Other than a little light from the town of Shoshoni to the east, the west-of-the-lake part of this state park offers a good, dark sky, which is usually clear in Wyoming.

David Callejas

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