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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