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Martin's Cove, Alcova

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Landmark · Tourist Spot
Martin's Cove is a historic site in Wyoming. The 933 acre (3.8 km²) cove is located 55 miles (89 km) southwest of Casper, Wyoming, in Natrona County. It is located on the Mormon Trail and is also part of the North Platte-Sweetwater segment of the Oregon Trail. The Cove was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on March 8, 1977.
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  • I am very glad that we walked all the way out to Martin’s Cove. There was a feeling of awe about all that transpired there. But it was hot and dusty and really hot and dusty!  more »
  • I hiked in and saw the small canyon. It is well worth it but the last bit could be challenging for people with mobility issues. Beware the mosquitos!. They were terrible. I toured the interpretive...  more »
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  • This place is out in the middle of NOWHERE! Which was great for us being with an oversize load. Very nice owner, very clean, cozy room. Pet friendly. Only down side there are no tv's in the rooms.
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