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    Click on the destination symbol to see more information including what to expect, directions, and a local’s tip.

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    This layer highlights campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, scenic overlooks, and other points of interest on the Bighorn National Forest.

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    Populated cities and towns in Sheridan County. To avoid redundancy with basemaps, this layer is not displayed past certain zoom levels.

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    Pathways within the city limits of Sheridan link downtown to parks and other community destinations. Also includes nearby county trails.

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    Rivers and creeks that offer angling opportunities if there is legal public access. To promote faster load speeds, this layer was generalized using a maximum allowable offset of 50m and may therefore appear coarse when zoomed in past certain scales.

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    The historic downtown of the City of Sheridan.

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    Nearly 190,000 acres of wilderness with several hundred lakes, over 100 miles of trails, and the highest peaks in the Bighorn Mountains.

Day Trip Destinations

Day Trip Info

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Local's Tip

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Disclaimer: directions are provided by Google without any warranties regarding accuracy or completeness. Please use caution and common sense.

Bighorn National Forest Info

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Site Info

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Disclaimer: directions are provided by Google without any warranties regarding accuracy or completeness. Please use caution and common sense.

Fishable Streams

Stream Info

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Trails and Pathways

Trail Info

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