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Guernsey State Park Museum

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Guernsey State Park, off Highway 26 just outside the town of Guernsey, is known for its excellent boating opportunities and the fine collection of historic 1930 Civilian Conservation Corps buildings and recreational facilities. The high bluffs that surround the park welcome watersports enthusiasts, blocking the wind and warming the waters. The park's many scenic campgrounds, picnic sites and group areas can be found nestled in the canyons as well as near the open sandy beaches. History buffs will enjoy the site of the Oregon Trail Ruts and Register Cliff nearby as well as the most impressive Civilian Conservation Corps structures on the park -- the museum -- in itself a part of history, featuring displays of the Civilian Conservation Corps era at Guernsey. The museum is open in the summer.

Location: Guernsey Wyoming 82214 Telephone 307-836-2900

Other History nearby:
(Douglas) Fort Fetterman State Historic Site
(Guernsey) Guernsey State Park Museum
(Torrington) Homesteaders Museum
(Wheatland) Laramie Peak Museum
(Guernsey) Register Cliff State Historic Site
(Douglas) Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum

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