Site Facilities US Highway 26; Interstate 25 (exit 92). Brief History Also referred to as Register Cliff and Sand Point Station. The cliff is sandstone precipice rising one hundred feet from the valley floor of the North Platte River. Despite erosion by wind and water it remains very much as travelers on the Oregon Trail… Read more »
A 9-hole public course. Season: early-April – late-Oct. Green Fees: weekdays $10 for nine holes, $15 for 18 holes; weekends $12 for nine holes, $17 for 18 holes. Clubs and carts for rent. Practice green. RV Park and Campground.
Guernsey State Park also has one of Wyoming’s most attractive reservoirs and is known for its excellent boating opportunities and fine collection of historic 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps buildings and recreational facilities. Approaching the park from the east, high bluffs surrounding the park offer the first hint of the mountains to come. The bluffs block… Read more »
Enjoy our hearty helpings for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Non-smoking environment. Heart healthy choices available. Soft serve ice cream.
History has left its mark, carved into the stony hills just outside of Guernsey. The Oregon Trail was one of the primary routes used by emigrants heading westward across the American continent in the 1840s. Although many remnants of the trail can be seen in Wyoming, the Oregon Trail tracks here are notable because they… Read more »
Campground includes a 9 hole golf course south of Guernsey. Close to historical points of interest.
Located in Guernsey, in walking distance of restaurants and stores. ,The sights include the Trail Ruts Park, register Cliff, the state Park and Muesem.Recreation include ruts Golf Course, state Park, Boating ,Sun Bathing . the North Platte River for Rafting, swimming and fishing. Guernsey State Park, is 5 minutes away.and Ft Laramie 15 minutes. Lodging… Read more »
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A locally-owned motel. They offer clean, comfortable rooms. Queen beds in every room.
Guernsey has an abundance of recreational sites. The beautiful Guernsey State park and Lake Guernsey are only two miles northwest of town. Water skiers, boaters, picnicers, campers, hikers, bikers, wildlife lovers and bird watchers all enjoy the bounty of the Guernsey State Park area. Deer, antelope, bald eagles, wild turkeys and part of the Wyoming… Read more »