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Edness K. Wilkins State Park is a serene day-use park located 6 miles east of Casper off Interstate 25. visitor can utilize picnic tables, grills, group shelters, playgrounds and a launching ramp for canoes or rafts. The handicapped accessible fishing pier – the only one like it in the state – has become one of the finest amenities provided to visitors. An additional 2.8 miles of handicapped accessible hard-surfaced paths provide visitors with an opportunity to view some of the best wildlife in the area. The trails may be used by hikers, in-line skaters and cyclists. Horses are allowed on unpaved paths.  Anglers can try their luck fishing in the North Platte River. Swimmers can take a refreshing dip at the park swimming area.

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Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park

Features

  • 1 handicapped accessible fishing pier
  • wildlife
  • North Platte River
  • restrooms