• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

GPS Coordinates

GPS users will find coordinates for many popular park locations in the chart below. All coordinates are given in decimal degrees from WGS84 datum. When using your GPS to navigate about the park, please keep these suggestions in mind.

  • Obey all posted signs and park regulations.
  • Don't blindly follow your GPS! It may know where to go but not necessarily the best way to get there (for example, some roads here are one way). An electronic device is no substitute for common sense.
  • Be wary of accidentally travelling on private lands in order to access public areas. This area is a patchwork of public and private lands.

Good luck and have fun exploring Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area!

Location

Type

Latitude

Longitude

Bighorn Canyon Lovell, Wyoming

Visitor Center

44.838611

-108.3775

Crooked Creek

Contact Station

44.9586

-108.290556

Horseshoe Bend

Marina & Boat Launch

44.958056

-108.262778

Barry’s Landing

Boat Launch

45.0958

-108.2100

Ok-A-Beh

Marina & Boat Launch

45.305

-107.9733

Devil Canyon

Overlook

45.021667

-108.250833

Yellowtail Dam

Visitor Center

45.308611

-107.95833

Afterbay

Contact Station

45.309167

-107.920278



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