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Mad River Boat Trips, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests
The Medicine Bow National Forest is located in the southeast quarter of Wyoming and encompasses portions of three mountain ranges: the Laramie, Medicine Bow and Sierra Madre. The Forest provides year-round recreation opportunities for thousands of people and provides wildlife habitat, timber and forage for livestock. There are four different Wilderness Areas on the Medicine Bow National Forest; Savage Run, Platte River, Huston Park and Encampment River Wilderness. These areas offer freedom from cars crowds and mechanical noise. The forest also administers the Thunder Basin National Grasslands, located in northeastern Wyoming in the Powder River Basin between the Bighorn Mountains and the Black Hills. Handicapped accessible facilities are available at Barber Lake and Lake Marie Picnic Grounds. Barber Lake has a handicapped accessible fishing area, and Lake Marie has a handicapped accessible trail that skirts the southeast shore of the lake.