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View of the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite near Worland, Wyoming. Paleontological survey of the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite near Worland, Wyoming. Dinosaur track at the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite near Worland, Wyoming. Accessible walkway at the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite near Worland, Wyoming. Information kiosk at the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite near Worland, Wyoming.
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Worland Field Office

Planning

Planning drawing

In July 1999, BLM's Worland Field Office approved a recreation project plan for the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite.

Goals include:

  • Provide a safe visit for our guests
  • Allow scientists to continue to study the tracks
  • Prevent damage to the tracks
  • Build signs explaining the site and its significance
  • Build an interpretive stop at the turnoff on US Highway 14

Long-term plans for the site:

  • Assist scientists to get the best possible data from the tracks
  • Help visitors learn about the tracks and fossil resources on public lands
  • Develop partnerships between BLM, scientists and the community

Planned improvements at the site:

  • Improve road
  • Construct trails
  • Install facilities, water, picnic shelters
  • Add signs, benches, fences

Environmental Documents

A ramp from the boardwalk.Kiosk with signs.Picnic area at the RGDT.The boardwalk overlooking the RGDT.

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