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  • National Recreation Area

    Bighorn Canyon

    Fort Smith, MT,WY

    A landscape of sheer cliffs towering 1,000 feet above a ribbon of blue water. World class fishing and a place where wild horses still run free. Bighorn Canyon is a place where imagination meets reality. Bighorn Canyon has unrivaled recreation possibilities.

  • National Historic Trail

    California

    Various States, CA,CO,ID,KS,MO,NE,NV,OR,UT,WY

    Follow in the footsteps of over 250,000 emigrants who traveled to the gold fields and rich farmlands of California during the 1840s and 1850s-the greatest mass migration in American history. More than 1,000 miles of trail ruts and traces can still be seen across 10 states on the California National Historic Trail.

  • National Monument

    Devils Tower

    Devils Tower, WY

    A geologic feature protrudes out of the rolling prairie that surrounds the Black Hills. The site is considered Sacred to the Lakota and other tribes that have a connection to the area. Hundreds of parallel cracks make it one of the finest traditional crack climbing areas in North America. Devils Tower entices us to explore and define our place in the natural and cultural world.

  • National Historic Site

    Fort Laramie

    Southeast Wyoming, WY

    Originally established as a private fur trading fort in 1834, Fort Laramie evolved into the largest and best known military post on the Northern Plains, before its abandonment in 1890. This “grand old post” witnessed the entire sweeping saga of America’s western expansion and Indian resistance to encroachment on their territories.

  • National Monument

    Fossil Butte

    Kemmerer, WY

    Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped ridges of southwestern Wyoming's cold sagebrush desert. Fossilized fishes, insects, plants, reptiles, birds, and mammals are exceptional for their abundance, variety, and detail of preservation. Most remarkable is the story they tell of ancient life in a sub-tropical landscape.

  • National Park

    Grand Teton

    Moose, WY

    Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.

  • Memorial Parkway

    John D Rockefeller Jr

    Moose, WY

    Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.

  • National Historic Trail

    Mormon Pioneer

    Various States, IL,IA,NE,UT,WY

    Explore the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail across five states to see the route 70,000 Mormons traveled from 1846 to 1869 to escape religious persecution. The Pioneer Company of 1846-1847 established the first route from Nauvoo, Illinois, to Salt Lake City, Utah, covering about 1,300 miles.

  • National Historic Trail

    Oregon

    Various States, ID,KS,MO,NE,OR,WY

    Imagine yourself an emigrant headed for Oregon: would promises of lush farmlands and a new beginning lure you to leave home and walk for weeks? More than 2,000 miles of trail ruts and traces can still be seen along the Oregon National Historic Trail in six states-reminders of the sacrifices, struggles, and triumphs of early American settlers.

  • National Historic Trail

    Pony Express

    Various States, CA,CO,KS,MO,NE,NV,UT,WY

    It is hard to believe that young men once rode horses to carry mail from Missouri to California in the unprecedented time of only 10 days. This relay system along the Pony Express National Historic Trail in eight states was the most direct and practical means of east-west communications before the telegraph.

  • National Park

    Yellowstone

    Yellowstone National Park, ID,MT,WY

    It's a Wonderland. Old Faithful and the majority of the world's geysers are preserved here. They are the main reason the park was established in 1872 as America's first national park—an idea that spread worldwide. A mountain wildland, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of bison and elk, the park is the core of one of the last, nearly intact, natural ecosystems in the Earth’s temperate zone.

American Battlefield Protection Program Grants

  • Fetterman Battlefield And Fort Phil Kearny Quartermaster Corral: Archeological Survey

    American Battlefield Protection Program - $45,000 grant, 2001
    Partner: Fort Phil Kearny/Bozeman Trail Association

  • Fetterman Battlefield: Archeological Survey

    American Battlefield Protection Program - $25,750 grant, 2003
    Partner: Fort Phil Kearny/Bozeman Trail Association

  • Fort Phil Kearny 12/6/1866 Battlefield: Archeological Survey And Boundary Delineation of the

    American Battlefield Protection Program - $20,500 grant, 2006
    Partner: Fort Phil Kearny/Bozeman Trail Association

Certified Local Governments

  • Albany County

    Laramie, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Casper

    Casper, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1987

  • Cheyenne

    Cheyenne, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Chugwater

    Chugwater, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Cody

    Cody, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1999

  • Douglas

    Douglas, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1995

  • Evanston

    Evanston, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1993

  • Evansville

    Evansville, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1999

  • Fremont County

    Riverton, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1988

  • Glenrock

    Glenrock, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1988

  • Green River

    Green River, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1991

  • Kemmerer

    Kemmerer, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 2002

  • Mills

    Casper, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Natrona County

    Casper, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Park County

    Cody, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1993

  • Platte County

    Wheatland, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 2002

  • Rawlins

    Rawlins, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1989

  • Rock Springs

    Rock Springs, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1988

  • Sheridan County

    Leiter, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1993

  • Sublette County

    Cora, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1986

  • Teton County

    Jackson, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1996

  • Washakie County

    Worland, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1989

  • Weston County

    Newcastle, WY

    Certified Local Government - since 1999

Federal Lands to Parks Transfers

  • Big Sandy Park

    SWEETWATER COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 12 acres

  • Brimer Park

    CITY OF CHEYENNE

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 28 acres

  • Pioneer Park

    CITY OF CHEYENNE

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 7 acres

Historic Preservation Tax Credit Projects

  • Charles E. Blair House

    Laramie, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $130,000 completed in 2000

  • Crow Creek/Cole Ranch Headquarters

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $39,990 completed in 2011

  • Deming Building

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $975,000 completed in 2009

  • Durlacher Mansion

    Laramie, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $106,000 completed in 2009

  • Elk Mountain Hotel

    Elk Mountain, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $914,736 completed in 2002

  • Flat Creek Ranch

    Jackson, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $927,000 completed in 2002

  • Jensen Building

    Laramie, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $78,080 completed in 2002

  • Nagle-Warren Mansion

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,492,441 completed in 2004

  • Ohio Oil Company Building

    Casper, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,100,000 completed in 2002

  • Plaza Hotel

    Thermopolis, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,363,895 completed in 2001

  • the Colony Building

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $764,478 completed in 1996

  • the Commercial Block

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,968,061 completed in 2007

  • the First National Bank Block

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $984,030 completed in 2007

  • the Plains Hotel

    Cheyenne, WY

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $3,100,000 completed in 2003

Land & Water Conservation Fund Grants

  • Allred Lane Recreation Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $165,039 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Afton And Lincoln County

  • Allred Lane Recreation Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $98,515 grant, 2005
    Partner: Town of Afton

  • Alpine Skate Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $32,588 grant, 2010
    Partner: Town of Alpine

  • American Legion Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $16,974 grant, 2003
    Partner: Town of Pinedale

  • Archie Neil Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $63,104 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Kemmerer

  • Ayres Natural Bridge Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $8,377 grant, 2004
    Partner: Converse County

  • Bear River Playground

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $6,040 grant, 2005
    Partner: Town of Bear River

  • Bolton Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Boysen State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $36,766 grant, 2003
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Boysen State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $40,293 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Buffalo Bill State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $40,339 grant, 2004
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Buffalo Bill State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $19,500 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Buffalo Golf Course

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $47,619 grant, 2001
    Partner: City of Buffalo

  • Buffalo Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $53,912 grant, 2004
    Partner: City of Buffalo

  • Cheyenne Pointe Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $84,002 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Clarenbach Memorial Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $29,197 grant, 2004
    Partner: Town of Sundance

  • Clarenbach Memorial Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $52,652 grant, 2010
    Partner: Town of Sundance

  • Cody Riverview Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $20,271 grant, 2003
    Partner: City of Cody

  • Conner Battlefield State Historic Site

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $5,025 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Conner Battlefield State Historic Site

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $28,640 grant, 2008
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Cowley Regional Baseball Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $60,326 grant, 2006
    Partner: Town of Cowley

  • Curt Gowdy State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $59,188 grant, 2003
    Partner: State of Wyoming/City of Cheyenne

  • Curt Gowdy State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $75,957 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Curt Gowdy State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $43,070 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Depot Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Diamondville Municipal Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $1,703 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Diamondville

  • Diamondville Municipal Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $11,372 grant, 2003
    Partner: Town of Diamondville

  • Diamondville Municipal Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $22,137 grant, 2005
    Partner: Town of Diamondville

  • Dubois Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $42,912 grant, 2003
    Partner: Town of Dubois

  • Dubois Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $39,996 grant, 2004
    Partner: Town of Dubois

  • Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $17,858 grant, 2004
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $66,930 grant, 2008
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Glendo State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $32,439 grant, 2010
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Great Divide Outdoor Shooting Range

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,550 grant, 2000
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Greybull Pathway

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $11,350 grant, 2004
    Partner: Town of Greybull

  • Greybull Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $78,440 grant, 2000
    Partner: Town of Greybull

  • Greybull Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $52,309 grant, 2001
    Partner: Town of Greybull

  • Guernsey State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $51,972 grant, 2003
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Guernsey State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $32,439 grant, 2010
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Harwood Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $12,636 grant, 2010
    Partner: Town of Pine Haven

  • Hot Springs State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $32,319 grant, 2002
    Partner: Hot Springs County

  • Hot Springs State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $81,983 grant, 2008
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Hulett City Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $42,616 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Hulett

  • Independence Rock State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $24,150 grant, 2008
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Indian Hills Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $24,413 grant, 2000
    Partner: City of Green River

  • Kemmerer Golf Course

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $81,107 grant, 2004
    Partner: City of Kemmerer

  • Key Club Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Keyhole State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $101,697 grant, 2004
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Lab School Playground

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $20,302 grant, 2010
    Partner: University of Wyoming

  • Lagrange Fairgrounds

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $15,053 grant, 2003
    Partner: Town of LA Grange

  • Lagrange Memorial Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $15,338 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of LA Grange

  • Lander Field Station

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $215,936 grant, 2003
    Partner: Central Wyoming College

  • Lander Tennis Courts

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,466 grant, 2003
    Partner: Fremont Cnty School Dist.1/City of Lander

  • Lander Tennis Courts

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $36,686 grant, 2006
    Partner: Fremont County School District No. 1

  • Lasting Legacy Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,671 grant, 2002
    Partner: Campbell County

  • Legend Rock State Historical Site

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $97,300 grant, 2008
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Lions Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $18,691 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Meeteetse

  • Little Goose Pathway

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $55,775 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Sheridan

  • Manderson Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $22,700 grant, 2006
    Partner: Town of Manderson

  • Martin Luther King Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $15,401 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Mavrakis Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $60,328 grant, 2006
    Partner: City of Sheridan

  • Medicine Lodge State Archaeology Site

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $48,302 grant, 2003
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Medicine Lodge State Archaeology Site

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $3,688 grant, 2005
    Partner: State of Wyoming

  • Meeteetse Rodeo Arena

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $22,493 grant, 2010
    Partner: Town of Meeteetse

  • Meloney Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $47,909 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Basin

  • Miller Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $6,810 grant, 2003
    Partner: Teton County

  • Mountain View Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $49,294 grant, 2010
    Partner: Town of Mountain View

  • Newcastle Sports Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $40,449 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Newcastle

  • North Community Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $88,218 grant, 2001
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • North East Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $110,582 grant, 2008
    Partner: Town of Lovell

  • Optimist Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $39,585 grant, 2000
    Partner: City of Laramie

  • Phil Baux Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $13,107 grant, 2010
    Partner: Teton County

  • Pine Creek Ski Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $66,689 grant, 2000
    Partner: Lincoln County

  • Pine Creek Ski Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $226,200 grant, 2001
    Partner: Lincoln County

  • Pioneer Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,163 grant, 2004
    Partner: Town of Wright

  • Platte County Rifle Range

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $7,566 grant, 2003
    Partner: Platte County

  • Powell Golf Course

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $54,821 grant, 2002
    Partner: City of Powell

  • Powers Field

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $161,448 grant, 2003
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Powers Field

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $246,865 grant, 2004
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Rawlins Shooting Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,550 grant, 2001
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Rawlins Shooting Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,749 grant, 2003
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Recreation Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $194,653 grant, 2002
    Partner: Western Wyoming College

  • Riverview Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $20,271 grant, 2003
    Partner: City of Cody

  • Rob Roy Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Russell Staats Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $55,775 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Chugwater

  • Saddle Ridge Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $22,477 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Schulte Sports Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $78,440 grant, 2000
    Partner: Town of Greybull

  • Scout Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $47,015 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Laramie

  • Sheridan Kendrick Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $56,550 grant, 2001
    Partner: City of Sheridan

  • Sheridan Kendrick Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $22,136 grant, 2002
    Partner: City of Sheridan

  • South Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $55,775 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Sheridan

  • Sun Valley Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $55,800 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • Thayne Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $111,587 grant, 2001
    Partner: Town of Thayne

  • Thermopolis Baseball Field

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $42,940 grant, 2006
    Partner: Hot Springs County Recreation District

  • Torrington Sports Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $50,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Torrington

  • Town Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $17,010 grant, 2006
    Partner: Town of Yoder

  • Tully Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • Uinta County Youth Camp

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $66,594 grant, 2001
    Partner: Uinta County

  • Undine Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $48,805 grant, 2002
    Partner: City of Laramie

  • Undine Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $28,368 grant, 2004
    Partner: City of Laramie

  • United Nations Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $53,538 grant, 2002
    Partner: City of Cheyenne

  • University of Wyoming Recreation Area Extension

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $343,842 grant, 2002
    Partner: University of Wyoming

  • Washington Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $14,569 grant, 2000
    Partner: City of Buffalo

  • Washington Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $82,197 grant, 2005
    Partner: City of Buffalo

  • Washington Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $30,676 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Laramie

  • Washington Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $27,888 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Rawlins

  • West Brundage Lane Pathway

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $60,391 grant, 2008
    Partner: Sheridan County

  • West Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $17,848 grant, 2010
    Partner: City of Guernsey

  • Wheatland Youth Baseball/Softball Complex

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $109,424 grant, 2002
    Partner: Town of Wheatland

  • Whitewater Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $52,522 grant, 2004
    Partner: City of Green River

  • Wilson Recreation Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $75,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: Teton County/Jackson Parks

National Register of Historic Places

Preserve America Grants

  • Cheyenne Heritage Education Project

    Preserve America - $52,500 grant, 2008
    Partner: City of Cheyenne - $54,450 contribution

  • Evanston's Historic roundhouse & Railyards Visitor Center Planning Project

    Preserve America - $30,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: City of Evanston - $30,000 contribution

  • Wyoming Local Preservation & Tourism Training

    Preserve America - $25,500 grant, 2007
    Partner: Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office - $25,500 contribution

Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Projects

  • Snake River Natural & Recreation Resources

  • Wyoming Youth Congress

Save America’s Treasures Grants

  • David T. Vernon Collection

    Save America’s Treasures - $100,000 grant, 2005

  • Murie Ranch

    Save America’s Treasures - $225,000 grant, 2001
    Partner: Grand Teton National Park - $383,450 contribution

  • Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection

    Save America’s Treasures - $350,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: Buffalo Bill Memorial Association - $350,000 contribution

  • Sheridan Inn

    Save America’s Treasures - $400,000 grant, 2006
    Partner: Sheridan Heritage Center, Inc. - $491,364 contribution