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Johnson county is nestled in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains; A land rich with history and natural beauty. It was once filled with American Indians, cowboys and sheepherders. Rest a while and take in everything this amazing county has to offer. A warm, western welcome awaits you.


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Start your Wyoming vacation where rugged landscapes, pristine waters and historic landmarks meet manicured golf courses, cultural museums and a charming urban landscape in Casper -- the state's bustling hub of nonstop, year-round adventure. Casper is the ultimate vacation destination for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy the real Wyoming.

Converse County/Douglas & Glenrock


Catch Central Wyoming's RAILS & TRAILS!

Whether you're hunting for the infamous jackalope in Douglas or digging dinosaurs in Glenrock, you've found a fun-filled vacation destination! Scenery seekers will marvel at Natural Bridge, a natural rock bridge with LaPrele Creek flowing beneath. History enthusiasts will appreciate our pioneer history and extraordinary train collection. Join us in August for the 102nd Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo, a fun-filled celebration of all things Wyoming!

Visit Laramie

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Fill your trip to Wyoming with real history and true adventure.

Our history becomes your adventure! Laramie, Wyoming is a playground for enthusiasts of all kinds. With thousands of acres to explore in the Medicine Bow National Forest, visitors are able to walk in the footsteps of early trappers, experience the creeks that flow with fish, and breathe the purest air. The historic downtown is the perfect place to enjoy one of the local restaurants or breweries, or go shopping for that gift to send back home. Go horseback riding along the Laramie River, rent ATV's and venture to an old gold mining cabin, or enjoy watching the wildlife from the porch of the lodge. Whatever you want out of your trip, Laramie, Wyoming is the place to find it!

Cheyenne Frontier Days

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July 18 - 27, 2014

Since 1897, Cheyenne has celebrated its Old West roots with this eye-popping festival. The centerpiece of this celebration is the world's largest outdoor rodeo, which draws professionals who compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. Complementing the rodeo action are behind-the-chutes tours, trick riding, and a wild horse race. Rounding out the program are a Native American Village, an old frontier town, a saloon, a chuck wagon cook-off, pancake breakfasts, an art show, a carnival midway, an air show, top-name entertainment, bull riding shows, and several parades. This year, Cheyenne Frontier Days runs July 18 - 27, 2014.

Thermopolis Hot Springs

Thermopolis is a unique and remarkable place with attractions that rival most National Parks. With the world's largest mineral hot springs, a world-renowned dinosaur center and dig site and unparalleled outdoor activities, nobody will be bored on this family vacation!


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Discover Sheridan and the majestic Bighorn Mountains - where you can experience endless alpine adventure, the vibrance of historic downtown, a rich Western & Indian War history - and much, much more! Home to the WYO Rodeo - Wyoming's second-largest - Sheridan is where rugged meets refined.

Striking a perfect balance between western adventure and authentic, small-town hospitality, Sheridan offers exceptional dining and lodging, unique shopping, a vibrant nightlife, great music & theater, along with world-class museums, polo, and golf.

Become your own tour guide in Sheridan...Become Bighorn'd!

Togwotee Mountain Lodge

In the language of the Mountain Crow Tribe, "Togwotee" means "from here you can go anywhere." We keep that meaning alive with a variety of year-round activities and our proximity to the attractions of Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Also with a reputation as the World's top snowmobile resort, Togwotee ensures your vacation to Wyoming is unforgettable. Main lodge rooms, cabins, restaurant, saloon, snowmobiling, horseback riding, convenience store, hot tubs.

Sweetwater County

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Discover Sweetwater County, Wyoming

Take a Wyoming road-trip & fill up in Sweetwater County. Fill up on adventure, history and cowboy spirit! At the junction of Interstate 80 and Highway 191, Sweetwater County is the perfect stopping point to refuel and rediscover as you make your way to or from the National Parks of Wyoming. View majestic wild mustangs in beautiful open spaces. Traverse the rugged unspoiled terrain where T-Rex once roamed. Float down the breathtaking Green River, leading to Lake Flaming Gorge. Go back in time with Indian Petroglyphs. Ride across Killpecker Sand Dunes that reach over 100 feet high. Come explore the beauty and adventure of Sweetwater County.

Yellowstone National Park Lodges

Yellowstone National Park Lodges provides the only in-park accommodations in the first national park. A variety of cabin, lodge, and hotel rooms are available in both summer and winter.

Delight in peaceful Yellowstone evenings, where the only noises heard are the roar of a geyser or waves melting into the lakeshore. During the day, discover the park through exploration on your own or take advantage of naturalist-guided, multi-day Lodging & Learning or Adventure packages to gain a deeper connection with Yellowstone. We have an extensive offering of activities, including full and half-day tours, boat rentals, horseback trail rides, stagecoach adventures, and custom tours by boat, car, van, and bus. Or enjoy a winter wonderland adventure with in-park tours by snowcoach and snowmobile, groomed Nordic ski trails, ski and snowshoe rentals, hot tubs or ice skating. Plus, enjoy quality full- and quick-service restaurants and gift shops throughout the park.

Museum of the Mountain Man, Pinedale

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During the years 1824-1840, the Pinedale region was at the heart of the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade era when precious beaver pelts were supplied to the fashion industries of Europe and the eastern United States. Mountain men like Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Thomas Fitzpatrick and William Sublette carved their legends here and opened the way for the pioneers of the Oregon Trail. The Museum of the Mountain Man shares a comprehensive collection of Rocky Mountain Fur Trade journals, relics such as Jim Bridger's Rifle and the finest Native American Shoshone Sheephorn Bow still in existence. Open May - Oct . Admission: $5-$7. Relive the legacy of the mountain man at the 79th Annual Green River Rendezvous, July 10-13, 2014.

Wildlife Corridor, Pinedale

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America's First Federally Protected Wildlife Corridor

For 6,000 years, a distinct pronghorn herd migrates from their winter grounds in Pinedale to return to summer 134 miles north in Grand Teton National Park. Wyoming's dedication to preserve migratory corridors now accommodates America's first and only federally protected wildlife corridor for a thirteen-mile stretch on Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway/US 191, six miles north of Pinedale.

Visit Pinedale this spring and fall to experience our cultural and historic heritage, the Path of the Pronghorn, and witness one of the last remaining long distance land animal migrations in the western hemisphere.

Explore Carbon County

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There is a gem waiting to be discovered in Southeast Wyoming. Explore Carbon County.

Hike a mountain trail along the Continental Divide. Fish an angler's paradise along the North Platte River. Take a leisurely stroll through the autumn color that is Aspen Alley. Be inspired by mountain panoramas, spectacular sunsets, vivid wildflowers and the abundant wildlife.

Revisit the great American West showcased in numerous museums and historic places. Tour the Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins for a peek into life behind bars 100 years ago.

Finish your days' exploration with a soak in the famous Hobo Hot Springs in Saratoga.

East Yellowstone Valley Vacations

Come to a place where stunning views meets true western adventure.

The Lodges of East Yellowstone Valley offer western accommodations, dining, horseback adventures, campfires and more near Yellowstone. Visit yellowstone-lodging.com or call 307-587-9595.

In cooperation with the Park County Travel Council

Big Horn Mountain Country

From breathtaking mountain vistas through the Big Horn National Forest and along the Cloud Peak Skyway Scenic Byway, to the awe-inspiring limestone walls of Ten Sleep Canyon and the vivid colors of the Painted Desert, oodles of eye candy truly make US Highway 16, "The Sweet 16." Called the best and easiest route to Yellowstone Park and The Black Hills because of its low grade and gentle curves in comparison to other routes over the Big Horn Mountains, The Sweet 16 offers plenty of sight-seeing. Forests, fossils, rock climbing, abundant wildlife and more make The Sweet 16 appealing to those of diverse ages and interests.

Campbell County


Experience Pure Wyoming Energy!

Experience pure Wyoming energy in the energy capital of the US-Gillette & Wright. Located midway between Mount Rushmore Memorial and Yellowstone National Park, Gillette offers shopping at boutiques and shopping centers throughout town.

While here, enjoy abundant wildlife, natural resources, premiere facilities and free activities. Take a self-directed wildlife or historic downtown tour. Or register for a power plant, coal mine or bison ranch tour.

Year-round outdoor recreation is extraordinary. Hike, bike, ski and snowmobile the Bighorn Mountains, and boat at Keyhole State Park. Nearby, Devils Tower is worth the visit.

Gillette offers dining options at 70 establishments. Relaxing and well-appointed accommodations are available with more than 1,600 rooms. Drive or fly to Gillette.

Grand Teton Lodge Company

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Explore. Discover. Stay.

Visit Grand Teton National Park this spring and enjoy epic wildlife photo opportunities and endless activities such as whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, horseback riding and Jackson Lake cruises.

Save up to 35% this spring:
  • Jackson Lake Lodge (Valid May 19-June 12, 2014)
  • Colter Bay Village Cabins (Valid May 22-31, 2014)
Restrictions apply. Rates are per room, double occupancy and subject to availability. Additional rates, dates and room upgrades available.

The Wyoming Dinosaur Center


Get Ready for a "Roaring" Good Time

Though dinosaurs may be extinct, their massive bones remain to educate and thrill us. More than 30 mounted skeletons, hundreds of fossils, preparation lab with visitor viewing, an outstanding gift shop, dig site tours, dig for a day and shovel ready programs. Voted #1 Dinosaur Museum by America’s Best and Top 10. Voted one of Life Magazine’s Best 100 Vacations. Received the Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor. Visit wyodino.org today or call 800-455-3466.

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

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When you visit the five captivating museums of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, you experience the American West in surprising ways. Our stories will entertain you; our collections will inspire you; and our perspectives will forever change yours. Long live the Wild West.

Goshen County

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Big Land. Small Pleasures.

Home to Fort Laramie National Historic Site, located on the Oregon Trail Historic Byway. A larger than life presence, rich in small pleasures. Life's greatest pleasures are often its smallest ones; and in Goshen County, Wyoming they come in a very big package indeed.

Visit Cheyenne

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Come visit us in Cheyenne, your rodeo and railroad Capital!

Cheyenne is home to Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration. Held each July, the event delivers world-class rodeo action, top music acts, parades, pancake breakfasts and more. Railroad fans will enjoy various train attractions in Cheyenne including Big Boy, the world's largest steam engine, and the beautifully restored Cheyenne Depot, which has a railroad museum, restaurant, visitor center, and festivals throughout the year. As the Wyoming State Capital, Cheyenne boasts historic attractions like the gold-domed Capitol Building, Historic Governors' Mansion, and Wyoming State Museum. Outdoor activities abound with downtown carriage and trolley rides, horseback rides at local ranches, and fishing, hiking, rock climbing and biking in nearby mountains. Come Live the Legend of Cheyenne!

Cody/Yellowstone Country

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Buffalo Bill didn't tame the West. He made it wilder.

Buffalo Bill celebrated the West and everything it stood for. Freedom. Adventure. Wide-open excitement. All of that lives on in the town he created: Cody, Wyoming. Come and enjoy an exciting nightly rodeo, live cowboy music, hearty dining and unique shopping. Go back in time at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and Old Trail Town. Then head just down the road to the place Buffalo Bill truly loved, Yellowstone National Park. You'll wonder at the wild animals, geysers and waterfalls. Yes, Cody is still untamed and full of fun. No wonder it's called the wildest way into Yellowstone.

Wind River Country

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Travel the most scenic route to Yellowstone on Highway 287/26. Our spectacular Circle the Continental Divide Driving Tour, voted Best of the Road by Rand McNally, will take you to see the best of Wind River Country and Wyoming.

Here you will discover Native American culture, Indian powwows, the Oregon/Mormon/California/Pony Express trails and rodeos. Rimmed by the Absaroka and Wind River Mountains, it's an area of striking contrasts, from the badlands to the high peaks. Enjoy spectacular scenery, outdoor recreation, wildlife viewing and Western hospitality in Dubois, Lander, Riverton, Shoshoni and the Wind River Indian Reservation.