Seminoe State Park is surrounded by giant dunes of white sand, acres of sagebrush, thousands of pronghorn antelope and sage grouse, all under the bluest of Wyoming skies. Located 34 miles northeast of Rawlins, Seminoe State Park features the moon-like Seminoe Mountains, Seminoe Reservoir and the “Miracle Mile” of the North Platte River. The section’s nickname is based on its reputation for outstanding trout fishing. The reservoir is home to both trout and walleye. The park provides facilities for anglers, boaters, picnickers, campers and hikers. Seminoe has 180 miles of shoreline and is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Wyoming and the largest of the Wyoming State Parks system.
Day-use and overnight facilities feature improved sites, comfort stations, tables and grills. Camp sites are not reservable.
North Red Hills Camping area has boat launches that go from low-low water to high-water capabilities. There are play areas for kids, potable water for drinking, a few shade trees and the only dump station in the park. Grounds are not level and sites are exposed to the wind. There are shelters at a few of the sites. The shoreline is steep and covered with rock in most areas. Approximately 30 sites.
South Red Hills Camping area has two levels: the upper level has the views of the lake and the lower level has the boat launch. The boat launch covers high water to low water. A kids play area, potable water for drinking and shelters at some sites are available. The lower camping level offers some protection from the wind. Approximately 22 sites.
Sunshine Beach Camping area offers a shoreline that has both rocky areas and sandy coves. There are few developed sites in this area. Two shelters are available with no potable water for drinking.
Sand Mountain Day Use area offers two picnic shelters and walking access to what may be the biggest beach at Seminoe Reservoir.