Nestled up against the base of the Seminoe Mountains at the North end of Seminoe Reservoir lays one of Wyoming's true treasures, Seminoe State Park. The Park is well known for wide open water, local attractions, great camping, fishing and a friendly atmosphere. Seminoe State Park has an elevation of 6,460 feet.
Seminoe Reservoir offers some great fishing for both trout and walleye. Both species inhabit the entire reservoir, though there are areas of greater concentration for each. State record walleye have been pulled from Seminoe in years past. Excellent river fishing can be found a short drive from the park along the North Platte River and I-80 at Fort Fred Steele State Historic Site all the way to Gray Reef Area below Alcova Dam. In between lies the famous "Miracle Mile," well-known for its blue ribbon fly fishing.