Sinks Canyon
State Park

River Passing Through a Limestone Cavern
Sinks Canyon State Park is a publicly owned recreation area located in the Wind River Mountains, 6 miles southwest of Lander, Wyoming, on Wyoming Highway 131. The state park is named for a portion of the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River where it flows into an underground limestone cavern, named "the Sinks," and emerges 1/4 mile down the canyon in a pool named "the Rise".
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Sinks Canyon State Park in west central Wyoming contains a section of the Popo A…
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