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Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site


Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site is located on the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains in northern Wyoming. Take Highway 16/20 to Manderson and turn onto State Route 31. Travel 21 miles to Cold Springs Road, then County Road 52 and follow the signs to the park. From Tensleep, take the lower Nowood road to Hyattville, and then follow Cold Springs Road to County road 52.


Angela Meck

Friday, June 1, 2018
Very well maintained, clean facilities by the petroglyphs. Great stop with a playground for the kids and a creek to play around. Petroglyphs are older than most so they are worn and in some spots vandalized, but mostly in tact and still visible from the walkway.

Mush Hound

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018
Love this place. Always beautiful. Creek is full of fish and wildlife. Beautiful historic place. Always a good time no matter what time of year.

Suzann Simpson

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Enjoyed it very much. Love the beautiful area.

cody _

Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017
As the one review said, you have to want to go here. It isn't the bells and whistles type like the big parks. It's a great place and if you don't like it then don't come back.

Ali Iverson

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Good experience. Just wished they would clean and restock the bathrooms more often.

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