Dugway Campground

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Dugway Campground

Wyoming

(307) 328-4200

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Things To Do

Overview

Dugway Campground features the sound of the river meandering north, making this a very peaceful campground. There is flyfishing for trout and a take out for the North Platte River, for canoers or kayakers. Boaters are advised to start their trips upstream due to a control crest that was put in below the dugway.

Map of Dugway Campground

Latitude, Longitude: 41.866621, -107.058849

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Activities

  • Boating

    There are numerous public access points along the river. Bureau of Land Management put-ins include the Bennett Peak and Dugway Recreation Sites. Wyoming Game and Fish put-ins include Treasure Island, Foote, Pick Bridge, Eagle's Nest, and I-80. Camping is permitted at many of these put-ins. Regardless of what craft you use to float the river, be prepared for windy and inclement weather. Use "Leave No Trace" ethics and camp in developed sites when they are available. And please remember to wear your life jacket.

  • Camping

    Dugway Campground features five campsites, one pull-through, four spurs, a group site, vault toilet, and day use parking. Each campsite contains a picnic table, fire ring or grill, and parking spur. No horses are allowed in the campground.

  • Fishing

    Fishing is available in the nearby North Platte River. From the Colorado border down to Sage Creek, the North Platte River is classified as a blue-ribbontrout fishery. This section of river is managed for "wild" trout. Rainbow and brown trout are the predominant game fish, with smaller populations of brook and cutthroat trout and walleye. A Wyoming fishing license is required to fish in Wyoming. Regulations are available from licensing agents.

  • Picnicking

    Contact the park for more information.

Directions

Driving

From Sinclair, go north 6 miles on Seminoe Road (County Road 351).

Phone Numbers

Primary

(307) 328-4200

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