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Sleeping Bear RV Park and Campground

715 East Main
Lander, WY 82520

(307) 332-5159

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Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground invites you to explore the beautiful Lander, Wyoming area!


Sinks Canyon State Park - This unique park named for the large limestone caverns that the Popo Agie River water "sinks" into on its journey through the canyon. Visitors will be amazed by the spectacular geology and myriad of wildlife and plants that define the park. The mountain chickadee, bleu grouse, and Western Tanager live in the coniferous forests of the park. Porcupines, black bear, and red squirrel are also residents. The park offers a visitor center, hiking trails, picnicking, and fishing.
South Pass City Historic Site - Wyoming's original "City of Gold," South Pass City has been fully restored to the splendor of the Gold Rush Era of the late 1800's. The site features over 20 original structures, including a blacksmith shop, saloons, cabins, and a schoolhouse. There is also a gold mining interpretive center offering historic insight on the practices of gold mining. During the summer, costumed interpreters may be seen mining and blacksmithing. Frontier heritage comes alive in South Pass City. The site is open May 15th through September 30th.
Museum of the American West - Celebrating the pioneers, Eastern Shoshone,Northern Arapaho, and other diverse cultures, the Museum of the American West includes several museums within its umbrella: the Pioneer Museum, the Pushroot living history village, and a Native American Museum. Visitors can learn about western cultures through educational activities and programs. The museums' collections include 12,000 photographs, oral histories, journals, newspapers, and archives. The museum is open year-round and admission is free.
Lander Children's Museum - Providing innovative learning experiences, the Lander Children's Museum offers hands-on exhibits and a place where families can explore, learn, and discover together. Visitors can investigate the workings of a computer and circuit board, learn compass and survival skills, and visit the Kid's Cafe, where children learn how to prepare healthy snacks and nutritious food. The museum is a fun stop for families with children between the ages of 3-12.

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