At Bear River State Park in Wyoming, visitors can engage in a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities. With 324 acres of room to play, Bear River State Park has plenty of room for you and your family to enjoy all kinds of outdoor fun.
Visitors to Bear River State Park may get a chance to spot wild herds of bison and elk that roam the area or see other varieties of wildlife. There are also opportunities to fish, swim, hike, bike, geocache, picnic, take your kids to the playground, play horseshoes, and more. During the winter months, guests can ski and snowshoe through the park.
Bear River State Park is open year-round and no day use permit is required to visit the park but there is no campground or overnight visit opportunities. But, you can organize events at the park, and there is a picnic pavilion available from May through the first day of October. A $50 fee and $50 deposit is required.
Dogs are generally allowed on trails, but be aware of areas where pets are not permitted. Always be mindful of other visitors, and do not bring aggressive dogs or allow your dog to be a nuisance to others. Your dog must be kept on his leash no longer than six feet at all times. Come prepared with your own waste bags and always pick up after your pet.
All trails are also open to bikes. Paved trails are maintained throughout the winter, weather permitting. If you are in Southwestern Wyoming and you’re looking for some great trails to explore or things to do with your family and furry companions, come spend the day at Bear River State Park.