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Developed Recreation Sites 

Hogan and Luce CampgroundHogan and Luce Campground.

Location: Park County

Nearest Town: Cody

Facilities: Picnic tables, fire rings, toilet facilities, food storage boxes, horse trailer parking, horse stanchions and hitching rails

Things to note:

  • Non-fee area
  • Closures/Restrictions: None for the campground, but adjacent lands on Bald Ridge are closed to all use from December 15 through April 30 each year to protect essential wintering habitat for big game

How to get there: This site is located 18 miles north of Cody off Wyoming State Highway 120.  Turn left onto Park County Road 7RP and continue approximately five miles; look for the Hogan-Luce Trailhead sign and take a left onto the one-mile-long access road to the site.


McCullough Peaks McCullough Peaks wild horses.Herd Management Area

Location: Park County

Nearest town: Cody

Facilities: Interpretive kiosks at major entrance points.

Things to note:

  • Non-fee area
  • Stay 300 ft. from wild horses at all times
  • Motorized vehicles are restricted to designated routes

How to get there: To view the wild horses, from Cody, go east on Highway 14/16/20 to mile marker 72 (about 18 miles) - on the left you will see a gate; horses are often in this area and you can enter if you choose.  If not, continue to mile marker 74 where you will see a kiosk and the Whistle Creek Road sign on your left; enter, proceed to pipeline marker 75 (about 6 miles) and enjoy the remarkable panoramic view of the badlands.


North Fork Shoshone River AccessNorth Fork Shoshone River boat ramp.

Location: Park County

Nearest Town: Cody

Facilities: Interpretive kiosks

Things to note:

  • Non-fee area
  • This is a day use site only
  • Closures/Restrictions: none

How to get there: This site is located 18 miles west of Cody off the North Fork Highway.  Turn left onto the North Fork Fishing Access road.  The turn is signed on the highway.


Twin Creek TrailheadRock formation near Twin Creek Trailhead.

Location: Park County

Nearest Town: Cody

Facilities: Interpretive kiosks, horse trailer parking and toilet facilities.

Things to note:

  • Non-fee area
  • Closures/Restrictions: trail is closed January 1 through April 30
  • Trailhead is a day use site only
  • Unattended vehicles and horse trailers may be parked overnight if visitors are camping in the backcountry

How to get there: The trailhead is located 23 miles southwest of Cody on Wyoming State Highway 291 (the South Fork Highway).  Turn right at the Twin Creek Trailhead sign.

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