• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

Visitor Centers

Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center

Cal S. Taggart Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center

NPS

The Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center in Lovell, Wyoming is a must stop with exhibits, films, and a bookstore! In addition, it is open all year. Click here for more details...
 
Afterbay Contact Station

Afterbay Contact Station

NPS

The Afterbay Contact Station, on the edge of Fort Smith, is your first stopping point if you are headed into the northern part of the park. Click here for more details...
 
The Yellowtail Dam and Visitor Center

Yellowtail Dam and Visitor Center

NPS

The Yellowtail Dam Visitor Center is set in a dramatic location astride the edge of Bighorn Canyon! It is open during the summer. Click here for more details...
 
Crooked Creek Contact Station

Crooked Creek Contact Station

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The Crooked Creek Contact Station is in the southern part of the park. It is a great place to get information and questions answered! Click here for more details...

Did You Know?

View of the monocline looking north from Dryhead

Over the past 65 million years, with a dramatic increase the last 5 million years, 5800 to 7500 feet of rock layers have eroded off the top of Bighorn Canyon. More...