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Hyattville - 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.


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.

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.

junipr rodriguez

Sunday, Sep. 3, 2017
What a fantastic gem to find in the middle of nowhere! If you're on the road, stop here for a picnic and walk about. Couldn't have been more grateful to find such a well maintained oasis.

Casey Salisbury

Thursday, Sep. 7, 2017
Diamond in the rough. This is the most well maintained park in the state. The Rangers are extremely nice. Very friendly and stress free place.

Bob Ohrt

Thursday, Sep. 14, 2017
You have to want to go here. Beautiful spot quiet campground. 12000 years of history.

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