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Wyoming United States #14A Highway Guide

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Junction: US Highways 14/16/20
US Highway 14A begins at a junction with US Highways 14/16/20. Overlaps WY State Highway 120 briefly to the north on 16th Street.-e West access to Buffalo Bill Wyoming State Park: Amenities: Picnic sites: Camping - NORTH SHORE BAY CAMPGROUND: 37 camping sites: 29 RV pull-through sites, 5 designated tent only sites. - NORTH FORK CAMPGROUND: 62 camp sites: 56 RV pull through sites, 6 designated tent-only sites, all sites have tables and grills close to water hydrants and restrooms. There are no utility hookups or showers at either campground.
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4987 ft.
Cody, WY
Community of Cody, county seat of Park County, Wyoming. Named after Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody). Historic places in Cody - Irma Hotel (1192 Sheridan Ave), built by Buffalo Bill, whose central point is a bar made of cherry which was a gift from Queen Victoria; still operates as a hotel and restaurant. - The Scout (720 Sheridan Ave), a bronze statue of a mounted rider commemorating Buffalo Bill Cody. - Old Trail Town (1831 DeMaris Drive, Tel. 307-587-5302): collection of historic buildings of an old Wyoming town dating from 1879-1900 such as the Hole-in-the-Wall Cabin used by Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and his gang; open daily, May-September, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. - Cody Dug Up Gun Museum (1020 12th St, Tel. 307-587-3344): collection of relic guns and other weapons from the Gold Rush Era, America's War of Independence, US Civil War, Old West & Indian Wars, The Roaring 20s, World War I & II.
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4980 ft.
Junction: Wyoming State Highway 120
NOTE: At this point, WY State Highway 120 ends its overlap with US Highway 29. To the north, Heart Mountain (8,123 foot mountain) can be seen from WY State Highway 120. Farther north is the community of Clark, Park County, Wyoming (limited services). This highway ends at the Wyoming-Montana state line.
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4865 ft.
Historic Site
Horner Site (or Horner Site 48PR29), an archaeological site on a bluff where Sage Creek and the Shoshone River, WY meet, 5 miles east of Cody, WY.
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4682 ft.
Point of Interest
Creek crossing on US Highway 14A (Powell Highway).
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4633 ft.
Heart Mountain Relocation Center, WY
One of ten internment camps used to imprison Japanese-Americans during WWII, the Heart Mountain Relocation Center is located between Cody and Powell, WY.
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4567 ft.
Junction: Wyoming State Highway 294
Junction of US Highway 14A and Wyoming State Highway 294. To the northwest, this highway ends at an intersection with WY State Highway 120.
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4554 ft.
Ralston, WY
Community of Ralston, Park County, Wyoming. Limited services.
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4541 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing a creek on US Highway 14A (W Coulter Avenue).
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4396 ft.
Junction: Wyoming State Highway 295
Intersection of US Highway 14A & Wyoming State Highway 295. South access to the community of Willwood, WY. Limited services. North access to Powell Municipal Airport (22 RD 9 Elk Basin, Tel. 307-754-5234), a public-use airport.
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4386 ft.
Powell, WY
Community of Powell, Park County, Wyoming. Attractions - Washington Park (Corner of W 3rd St & N Douglas St). - Homesteader's Museum (324 East 1st Street, Tel. 307-754-9481): celebrates the Shoshone Reclamation Project of 1908-1954 and homesteading in the west; houses a collection of early-day home furnishings, farm implements, pioneer kitchen, medical equipment, antique toys, military equipment, fossils, outdoor exhibits; has an original homestead house and a Burlington Northern caboose.
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4252 ft.
Garland, WY
Community of Garland, Park County, Wyoming. Limited services.
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4259 ft.
Junction: Wyoming State Highway 114
Intersection of US Highway 14A & Wyoming State Highway 114. Northeast access to the community of Deaver, Wyoming. Limited services. Terminates at its intersection with US Highway 310/WY State Highway 789.
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4029 ft.
Byron, WY
Community of Byron, Wyoming. Limited services.
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3904 ft.
Junction: US HIghway 310/Wyoming State Highway 789
Junction of US Highway 14A with US Highway 310 & Wyoming State Highway 789. North access to the community of Cowley, Wyoming. Limited services. NOTE: To the east, both highways overlap US Highway 14A and head to the community of Lovell, Wyoming. Attractions - Lovell Camper Park (40 Quebec Avenue, Lovell, WY, Tel. 307-548-6551): trailer dump, showers, water refilling station, restrooms. - Big Horn National Recreation Area (20 Highway 14A East Lovell, WY, Tel. 406-666-2412): Activities - fishing, boating, camping, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing.
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3835 ft.
Lovell, WY
Community of Lovell, Wyoming. Attractions - Lovell Camper Park (40 Quebec Avenue, Lovell, WY, Tel. 307-548-6551): trailer dump, showers, water refilling station, restrooms. - Big Horn National Recreation Area (20 Highway 14A East Lovell, WY, Tel. 406-666-2412): Activities - fishing, boating, camping, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing).
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Junction: US Highway 310/Wyoming State Highway 789
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 310 and WY State Highway 789 separate from US Highway 14A. To the south, US Highway 310 ends at an intersection with US Highways 14/16/20, while WY State Highway 789 proceeds to the community of Greybull, Wyoming. - Campbell's Green Oasis Campground (540 12th Ave N, Tel. 307-765-2856): 14 RV sites, tent sites, showers, restrooms, cabin; open year-round. -e South access to Lovell Lakes, Wyoming.
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3796 ft.
Junction: Wyoming State Highway 37
US Highway 29 & Wyoming State Highway 37 intersect at this juncture (southern terminus). Travels north into the Bighorn Canyon National Area (20 Highway 14A East Lovell, WY, Tel. 406-666-2412): Activities - fishing, boating, camping, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing; and crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line.
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3655 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing the Big Horn River, Wyoming. The Wyoming Bighorn River a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 461 miles (742 km) long.
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4170 ft.
Point of Interest
To the southwest of US Highway 29 are Five Springs No. 1 & No. 2 Reservoirs (Big Horn County). Fishing.
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6929 ft.
Point of Interest
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 14A enters Bighorn National Forest. This portion of the highway is closed during winter. -e Entering The Wyoming Bighorn National Forest. There are 32 campgrounds, throughout the Bighorn National Forest along with 3 scenic byways, 14 picnic areas.
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9081 ft.
Area of Interest
Medicine wheels or sacred hoops are an ancient form of rock alignments constructed for astronomical rituals, healing and teaching purposes. The basic design is a center stone(s) surrounded by an outer ring of stones with "spokes" or lines coming from the center.
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8068 ft.
Junction: US Highway 14
US Highway 14A ends at this junction with US Highway 14. Nearby is the Tongue River, inside the Bighorn National Forest, which features a canyon and access to hiking trails; year-round fishing available. Start/Finish of Free RV Road Map Highway Guide - LD11e