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Parks & nature in Fremont County

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“Sinks Canyon is a place where the Popo Agie River rushes down the mountain, and crashes into a cliff and disappears. It "magically " comes up from the ground a half-mile later, and continues on its way.”
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“Walk, hike, bicycle or try to sight the herd of buffalo. In the spring you will be able to spot all the buffalo calves. *Just stay in your car if you have the good fortune to see them up close.”
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“Wonderful children's play area, concerts, picnic tables, walking trails, movies in the park, free camping, fishing”
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“These petroglyphs are easily accessible, and an interesting look back at prehistory. ”
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Campground
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“There isn't much more relaxing than a soak in the mineral hot springs. And, did I mention it's FREE?! You may choose to leave a donation however . . . Enjoy. ”
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Hot Spring
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Campground
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“Iconic! Gorgeous waterfall, moderate hike, can be busy especially on weekends. A really enjoyable drive up - lots of climbing on the cliffs to your right, so watch for climbers, or better yet, go climbing! ”
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