popular destinations in Wyoming include...
The world's first national park contains more than two million acres
of steaming geysers, crystalline lakes, thundering waterfalls, and panoramic
vistas, as well as a remarkable diversity of mammals, birds and fish. Check
out the Devils Tower Region for lodging close
to the park.
The town of Cody is located one hour from Yellowstone
National Park, in the Devils Tower Region of Wyoming. Cody is home to America's
finest western museum, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the Cody Nite Rodeo and
much more. The vistas are spectacular, the land is wild, the people are genuinely
friendly and the opportunities for outdoor adventure, recreation and entertainment
are as large and varied as the Wyoming skies.
Jackson Hole is a year-round
vacation destination. In summer and fall, the town of Jackson
is a gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, to national forests
and wilderness areas. Visitors hike, bike, ride horseback, fish, climb mountains,
marvel at the geysers of Yellowstone, and gape at the stunning Teton mountains.
Wyoming's capital city is named after the Cheyenne Indians who once inhabited
the area. The "Magic City of the Plains" is located in southeast Wyoming,
approximately 100 miles north of Denver, Colorado. Cheyenne
is home of the Old West Museum, Wyoming State Museum and Nelson Museum of the
Laramie, Wyoming is located in south eastern Wyoming, 49 miles from the state
capital of Cheyenne, and 130 miles from Denver, Colorado. Located in the Laramie
Valley between the Snowy Range and the Laramie Range, outdoor enthusiasts love
Laramie because of its abundance of outdoor activities.
Popular activities include skiing, snowmobiling, mountain biking, hunting, fishing