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Connor Battlefield State Historic Site

Ranchester, WY
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A little gem

I hesitate to review this little gem for fear that it will become popular and crowded. We recently... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
Skibee99
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Spokane, Washington
A sign

It's just a sign, a very informative one, but just a sign. It looks kind of out of place, no mini... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2015
LiciaW
,
Halifax, United Kingdom
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27 Jun 2016
“A little gem”
4 Aug 2015
“A sign”
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Ranchester, WY
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Reviewed 28 June 2016

I hesitate to review this little gem for fear that it will become popular and crowded. We recently stayed here on our way from Washington to Rapid City, South Dakota. It is a darling little park that is almost completely wrapped around with a cute...More

1  Thank Skibee99
Reviewed 4 August 2015

It's just a sign, a very informative one, but just a sign. It looks kind of out of place, no mini museum or artefacts. Just in front of a motel.

1  Thank LiciaW
Reviewed 12 June 2015

The motel we stayed at IS the Conner Battlefield site, there is an historical marker there explaining what happened, there are no artifacts or exhibits.

1  Thank Al T
Reviewed 30 March 2015

This is a nice little stop for a night or afternoon picnic. Filled with huge cottonwood trees providing plenty of shade and a smaller playground. They have horseshoe pits and picnic tables in the picnic area. Really nice campground that is never full so provides...More

2  Thank Lilmama2
Reviewed 25 September 2014

As a battlefield, it's not much. As a city park, it's quite a nice location by the river. The Arapaho chose this location for their village, before they were attacked by Connor and his troops. There are a couple of large signs which do a...More

1  Thank Larry M
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