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Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site

Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site

Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site ancient petroglyph

Medicine Lodge State Archaeological SiteFound on the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains, Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site is home to a large sandstone cliff displaying hundreds of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs, many of which date back more than 10,000 years. Along with a visitor center and library, the Site hosts 27 different campsites with picnic tables and campfire rings. All campsites are near vault toilets and potable water hydrants. A large reservation-only group area is also available.

Besides the petroglyphs and pictographs, the site features abundant wildlife, birds and brown trout in Medicine Lodge Creek.