Established in 1868 to protect the railroad work crews against Indian attacks. Occupied until 1886. Self-guided tours of the ruins are provided by interpretive signage. About Fort Fred Steele Fort Fred Steele State Historic site is about 12 miles east of Rawlins, Wyoming and 1.25 miles north of Ft. Steele Rest Area just off of… Read more »
Part of the historic district, the museum is housed in the original bank building and includes all significant memorabilia from 1924 to present.
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… Read more »
9-hole semi-private course. Season: early-May – late-Sept. Green fees: weekdays – $14 – 9 holes, $18 – 18 holes; weekends – $16 – 9 holes, $22 – 18 holes. Carts for rent.