Goldeneye Reservoir is primarily a day-use area, 29-miles northwest of Casper, WY. Visitors can sometimes catch quite good trout and walleye in the reservoir. The area attracts wildlife like antelope and waterfowl over it's 1,153-acres. Goldeneye is an excellent example of a cooperative management effort with three different landownerships being managed as one unit--733-acres of public land; 280-acres of state land; and, 140-acres of private land. Recreation facilities include a 1-miled graveled access road, a graveled parking area for 130 vehicles, a boat-launch ramp, a two-unit vault toilet, and informational signs. Some wind surfing does occur on the reservoir. Upgrades to the access road, an accessible toilet, and new boat ramp are planned.
There is a boat ramp available for use by motorized and non-motorized boats.
Fishing trout and walleye is popular here. Follow Wyoming fishing regulations.
Hunting is allowed at the park, please follow Wyoming regulations.
There are established picnic areas here with bathrooms.
Boating, wind-surfing and swimming are available here.
Go 6.5 miles east of Natrona on US 20/26.