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Main Attraction: North Platte River for fishing and floating. Facilities: 11 campsites, vault toilet, hand pump well, boat ramp, day use parking, bank fishing accessible to persons ... morewith disabilities.
Fee: $10.00 per night per campsite. No day use or launch fee at present.
Use Season: June 1 - Nov 15 typical, but quite variable.
Each campsite contains: Picnic table, fire ring/grill, sandy tent pad, parking space. No pull-throughs.
Vegetation: Riparian area - cottonwoods, ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, willows, juniper, mountain mahogany, wild rose.
Wildlife in general area: Bald eagle, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, wild turkey, mule deer, mountain lion, grouse, rattlesnakes, rainbow and brown trout.
Additional information: Reconstructed in 1996. Elevation 7,200 feet. Vehicles must stay on existing roads and 2-tracks.
No horses allowed in campground.

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Main Attraction: North Platte River for fishing and floating. Facilities: 6 campsites, vault toilet, day use parking, foot trail to wade fishing.... more
Fee: None.
Use Season: June 1 - Nov 15 typical, but quite variable.
Each campsite contains: Picnic table, fire ring and grill at most sites, parking space. No pull-throughs.
Vegetation: Juniper, sagebrush and grasses primarily. Near riparian area.
Wildlife in general area: Bald eagle, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, wild turkey, mule deer, mountain lion, grouse, rattlesnakes, rainbow and brown trout.
Additional information: Elevation 7,200 feet. Vehicles must stay on existing roads and 2-tracks. Water is available at Bennett Peak Campground, one mile away.

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Treasure Island is the last public access before you reach Saratoga. The island itself is over two miles long and has public water on both sides of it allowing for plenty of wade fishing ... moreaccess. If the water is too high to wade to the island there is footbridge over the west channel that will allow you to access it. The water is mostly flat deep runs with a few riffles and undercut banks making it a great dry fly section. Unlike the above-mentioned accesses, Treasure Island is only minutes off of Wyoming State Highway 130 south of Saratoga, making it perfect spot for short day trips. There is a dirt boat ramp and overnight camping is allowed. The next take out after Treasure Island is the town of Saratoga, which is 11.8 miles.

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Six Mile Gap Campground is 2 miles off State Highway 230 and provides easy access to the North Platte River and Platte River Wilderness. Campground has six tent sites and three pull-thru ... moresites. Facilities include: picnic tables, toilets, drinking water, fire grates, trash service and trailhead parking. There is a 14 day stay limit. A separate parking area is available for hikers and river floaters. Popular activities near this campground include floating the North Platte River and hiking the Platte River Trail.

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