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Bear River State Park, Evanston

#54 of 137 in Nature in Wyoming
Must see · State Park · Nature / Park
Bear River State Park is a public recreation area straddling the Bear River on the east side of the city of Evanston, Wyoming. The 324-acre (131 ha) state park was established in 1991 and is managed by Wyoming Division of State Parks and Historic Sites.
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  • The Bear River Greenway going through Bear River State Park is the best thing to do in the city of Evanston, Wyoming. It is a concrete path that takes you along the riparian areas of the Bear River...  more »
  • This is a nice well used park. It's small but thereis a nice walking path along the river. There are buffalo and elk, but due to the heat they were hiding most of the time.  more »
  • We had a nice walk with our dog (on leash) for about a mile maybe more. There were a couple spots along the river where our dog could swim. The walk way is concrete ... Cool on the dogs feet. I dont know how long the trail is but it sure was nice! This was our 1st visit ... More to come!
  • Great stop off route 80. Opens at 8 am. Great spot to stretch your legs and eat your lunch/breakfast Once you arrive go past the bathrooms and park in the next lot. There you will find a trail that crosses the creek and opens up to several more gravel easy walking trails.

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