Recreation Director: Maja Chamberlain
Seminoe State Park
Located 32 miles north of Sinclair, the park offers water-skiing, camping, hiking, rock hunting, wind surfing and some of the best fishing in the country! The mountains surrounding the park allow for spectacular wildlife viewing.
Nine Hole Golf Course
Just six miles north of Sinclair, is the public golf course which is tucked away along the North Platte River. It is a nine hole course that offers some of the most panoramic views in the state. Open from mid April through mid October, you can enjoy golf and dining at its best seven days a week. A public picnic area is available next to the course.
On your way to or from Seminoe State Park, stop in one of the two town parks for a picnic and some recreational fun. The parks offer pavilions, tables and grills for those wanting to picnic. There are horseshoe pits, volleyball and tennis courts, a baseball park and children's playgrounds for recreational use.