Curt Gowdy State Park is a recreation area in southeast Wyoming that site halfway between Laramie and Cheyenne. The park includes three reservoirs, the Granite, Crystal and North Crow.
The Granite and Crystal offer fishermen the chance to catch a trout or kokanee salmon.
There is a lodge and amphitheater available for concerts or rental by the public.
There are a total of 159 campsites. Some can be reserved while some are first come, first serve only.
In addition to camping, boating, and fishing, the area is great for hiking, hunting and horseback riding.