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Guernsey State Park Castle in Wyoming is one of a number of projects completed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in this registered national historic landmark.
The Castle, with its giant fireplace and winding steps, leads to an observation area for a spectacular view of the park.
The park itself is popular with hikers, boaters and campers who visit both for the natural beauty and the fascinating structures built by the CCC.
Guernsey State Park
2187 Lakeside Shore Dr
Guernsey, WY 82214
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