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Rock Springs Wyoming
1897 Dewar Drive
Rock Springs, Wyoming 82902
Voice: 307-362-3771

Rock Springs is a very ethnically diverse town in Southwestern Wyoming. Rock Springs was first established as a stop on the Overland Stage Route in 1862 and continued to grow as people from all over the world came here to work in the coal mines and to build the intercontinental railroad. This resulted in a melting pot of cultures, with 56 nationalities currently represented in the town.

South of town is the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. In around this 91 mile reservoir, you can see towering cliffs, brilliantly colored rocks and lots of wildlife. The area is great for waterspouts, camping and fishing for trophy rainbows, lake and brown trout as well as kokanee and smallmouth bass.

Just north of Rock Springs is the Great Red Desert, which is full of beautiful scenery and home to one of the largest wild horse herds in the world.



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