Wildlife Habitat Management Area - Wyoming
The Cottonwood Draw Wildlife Habitat Management Area is seven miles south of Guernsey and nine miles northeast of Wheatland along the Laramie River. There is a reservoir with a dam along the Laramie River that supplies cooling water for the Laramie River Power Plant. The average elevation of this area is 4,500 feet, with plains, rolling hills, sharp breaks, and cliffs. To the west, the land rises gradually for about five miles to the Laramie Range, which rises abruptly to elevations of 9,000 feet. Laramie Peak, the highest peak in the mountain range, stands at 10,272 feet. Cottonwood Draw is open all year.
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Cottonwood Draw - Visitor Map
Visitor Map of Cottonwood Draw Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).
Wyoming Public Land - Casper
Map of Seasonal and Year-Round BLM Public Land User Limitations in the BLM Casper Field Office area in Wyoming. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).