VISIT LARAMIE

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Laramie is situated on the windswept plains of the Laramie River Valley. Where grassy rolling hills rise to jagged steep peaks in the west and east. The Medicine Bow Mountains draw visitors year-round to enjoy grey granite peaks, a cascade of clear mountain lakes, and beautiful wildflowers. The massive granite rocks of Vedauwoo attract visitors to hike, climb, and explore varied formations.

In the winter and early spring, snowmobilers venture across powder covered sights along the Snowy Range Mountains. In the summer, climbers travel from all over the world to traverse the challenging off-width cracks of some of Wyoming's oldest granite at Vedauwoo. The Medicine Bow National Forest lead hikers to stunning mountain lakes, alpine meadows and towering granite spires.

BUFFALO BILL CENTER OF THE WEST

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At the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, find out all about Yellowstone National Park, the American West, and everything in between.

After all, we're just 50 miles from the Park's east gate, and our backyard is the northern Rockies and plains, long recognized for its history and culture. Fortunate for you, our five museums weave it all into a tapestry we call the American West.

Whether you and your family are heading to Yellowstone, or leaving the park behind, make sure a day—or two—with us is at the top of your vacation itinerary.

With so much about Yellowstone woven into the stories and collections of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, a visit here will have you celebrating the Spirit of the American West long before you reach the Park entrance.

GILLETTE-WRIGHT

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Gillette and Wright

When planning your great western vacation along the Monumental Route (Mount Rushmore to Devils Tower to Yellowstone), be sure to reserve a night or two in Campbell County, Wyoming, home to Gillette and Wright. Gillette is located on I-90, just one hour west of Devils Tower National Monument and offers visitors a progressive city with amenities and attractions worthy of a trip to Wyoming. Schedule a guided tour of a working buffalo ranch or at one of the largest surface coal mines in the world. Relax with a unique meal at any of Gillette’s 80 restaurants — or conquer the “Pub Crawl” of Gillette’s two local craft breweries and meadery. A stop in Gillette will make your vacation truly monumental!

EXPLORE CARBON COUNTY

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Get YOUR West On!

When it's time to "Get Your West On," it's time to head for Wyoming's Carbon County. Located high on the Continental Divide in south-central Wyoming, this gem sits astride Interstate 80 for easy access from points east and west. Explore Carbon County's rich history full of colorful characters and infamous outlaws, take a soak in our natural hot springs, fish our pristine lakes, or hit the mountain trails for hiking & biking. Make this the year that you explore all that Carbon County has to offer. For vacation information or a free vacation guide call 1-800-228-3547 or visit us online.

VISIT CASPER

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If uncrowded waters teeming with blue ribbon trout is the stuff of your daydreams, look no further than Casper. Named the “#1 Big Fish Destination” by American Angler Magazine, Casper is widely considered Wyoming’s top fishing spot by anglers around the world. It’s the perfect place for the fishing experience of a lifetime.

CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS™

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Cheyenne Frontier Days™, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration known as the Daddy of ‘em All, started in 1897. Ten fun-filled days of Western entertainment include: daily rodeos, nightly concerts, parades, pancake breakfasts, Indian Village, USAF Thunderbirds, Old Frontier Town, carnival midway, chuckwagon cook-off, Western art show and much more! Please visit cfdrodeo.com or rewards.cfdrodeo.com

DOUGLAS & GLENROCK

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Catch Central Wyoming's RAILS & TRAILS!

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 104th Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo, a western celebration of all things Wyoming!

CROOK COUNTY

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Devils Tower National Monument is central to a 2016 vacation filled with adventure and scenery. Nestled in the heart of Wyoming’s Black Hills, Devils Tower Country delivers breathtaking beauty, ample amenities and just enough elbow room for a little rest and relaxation! Nearby communities speak to the explorer, historian and scenery seeker in all of us. In Moorcroft enjoy learning about a cowboy’s life along the historic and colorful Texas Trail. In Sundance walk in the footsteps of the infamous, “Sundance Kid.” Hulett’s residents are known for welcoming visitors with smalltown hospitality and a western flair!

EAST YELLOWSTONE VALLEY

Come to a place where stunning views meet 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.

GRAND TETON LODGE COMPANY

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Explore. Discover. Stay.

Visit Grand Teton National Park this spring and find epic wildflowers, newborn elk, deer and bison, and endless activities including fly-fishing, scenic river rafting, horseback riding and Jackson Lake Cruises.

Choose from our full-service Jackson Lake Lodge, rustically elegant cabins at Jenny Lake Lodge, or our lakeside Colter Bay Village offering cabins, RV or tent camping.

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Greybull

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Make Greybull, Wyoming your hub to adventure in Northwest Wyoming. Greybull is ideally located on the route to Yellowstone and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Greybull offers great dining, cute shops, nice, affordable lodging and friendly, helpful people. From Greybull you can branch out and visit the Big Horn Mountains, the Dinosaur Tracksite, Devil's Kitchen and explore the Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. Greybull is the gateway to a great getaway on Highway 14/16/20, the Bighorn Scenic Byway.

HEADWATERS LODGE AT FLAGG RANCH

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Cabins and Camping located smack dab in the middle of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

JACKSON HOLE MOUNTAIN RESORT

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Jackson Hole continues to famously deliver legendary powder snow, 4,136 continuous vertical feet, 2500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine “Last of the Old West” atmosphere. Neighboring the legacy U.S National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton and operating in Bridger Teton National Forest, there is no more spectacular setting for a destination resort in the world.  Now with thirteen nonstop cities (and hundreds of international connections) flying to the newly expanded airport, Jackson Hole is one of the most easily accessed destination resorts in the Rockies.

WYOMING'S WILDEST WAY INTO YELLOWSTONE

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Full of Charm and Buckaroo Spirit

Adventure abounds in Cody, Wyoming. Whether you’re a wanna-be-cowboy, an outdoor adventurer, or an amateur historian, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Cody. Get a taste of pure western culture with the nightly rodeos, live cowboy music, Old Trail Town and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Hit the town and treat yourself to a wide variety of shopping, gallery hopping and dining. Explore the Great Outdoors just up the road in Yellowstone National Park where you can hike, fish, and marvel at nature and the wildlife. No matter what you’re looking for, adventure is always waiting in Cody, Wyoming, the wildest way into Yellowstone.

PINEDALE

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80th Annual Green River Rendezvous

En route to Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone is Pinedale, Wyoming on Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway.  It’s a true western town and a must for adventurous travelers who want to experience the vast expanses of three mountain ranges, including the Wind River Mountains (boasting Wyoming’s highest summit, Gannett Peak).  The scenic drive opens the door to a destination rich in historic pioneer trails and cultural attractions such as the Museum of the Mountain Man; phenomenal  outdoor recreation with unique natural surroundings where wildlife outnumber the residents by a factor of ten; incredible fly-fishing on the Green and New Fork Rivers; and most popular, Fremont Lake.  Throughout the year, Pinedale always has something going on in town to celebrate its western culture and its love for the great outdoors.

SHERIDAN TRAVEL & TOURISM

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A breathtaking vision of the New West, Sheridan is Wyoming’s emerald city; a place where cowboys convene over craft beer and coffee, where pronghorn spring over canvasses colored with Indian Paintbrush, and where the majestic Bighorns stand forever proud.

Sheridan extends a warm hospitality as legendary as the streets of historic downtown. Fabled cowboys once kicked up their boots at the Sheridan Inn, while modern mavericks revel in Old West charm at Sheridan’s bistros, cafes and brewpubs.

From the stage of the WYO Theater and the fine art lining the walls of the world-class Brinton Museum, to Indian battle sites, and military outposts, arts and culture are alive and thriving throughout Sheridan. This is Sheridan, Wyoming — the American West the world dreams of.

SWEETWATER COUNTY, WYOMING

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The Best Vacations Don’t Just Happen When You Get There. They Happen Along The Way.

Whether Sweetwater County is your final Wyoming destination or you're visiting on the way to the National Parks, there are countless ways to create an adventure of your own in Rock Springs and Green River.  Exploring 8,200 square miles of public land. Soaking up the sunshine and catching the "Big One' on Lake Flaming Gorge. Mountain Biking through the high desert. Kayaking on the Green River. Riding the world's second largest moving Sand Dunes The only questions is how long should you stay in Sweetwater County to fit it all in? Create your adventure at TourWyoming.com.

VEE BAR GUEST RANCH

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Nestled in the Snowy Range Mountains, 2.5 hours from Denver, Colorado, the Vee Bar offers horseback riding, fishing, hiking, and river tubing. Open year-round.

VISIT CHEYENNE

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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!

WIND RIVER HOTEL AND CASINO

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Welcome, to the Wind River Hotel and Casino where you can play, stay and win! Our slot machines, poker and black jack tables bring the excitement of Vegas to Wyoming. Stay in our 90 room hotel and wake up to the scenic view of the majestic Wind River Mountain range. In addition to our award winning hotel, customer service and gaming experiences, we also feature white water rafting, dinosaur digs and reservation tour packages. Wind River is home to the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone Tribes. The land is alive with cultural events such as pow wows and rodeos.

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.

WORLAND TEN SLEEP VISITORS COUNCIL

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Enjoy the majestic beauty of the Big Horn Mountains along US Highway 16 while driving to Yellowstone or The Black Hills. Called the best and easiest route to Yellowstone, “The Sweet 16” features excellent camping and fishing in the Big Horn Mountains, breathtaking mountain vistas along the Cloud Peak Scenic Byway, the sheer limestone cliffs of Ten Sleep Canyon, and abundant wildlife. See the true West in Ten Sleep, then enjoy a cold one at the Ten Sleep Brewery. Cool off at Worland's new Aquatic Center or learn about ancient mammoth hunters at the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center.

THE WYOMING DINOSAUR CENTER

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Dig into Paleontology at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center

Are you ready to turn your vacation into the adventure of a lifetime? Visit The Wyoming Dinosaur Center and take A Walk Thru Time. Visitors follow the evolution of ancient life, from the most primitive forms to the rise of the dinosaurs. In the Hall of Dinosaurs over 30 mounted skeletons are exhibited including "The Thermopolis Specimen" this specimen is considered to represent the most complete and best preserved Archaeopteryx remains yet, "Jimbo" the Supersaurus, a massive 106" long sauropod, "Stan" the T-Rex and "Mary" the Albertaceratops just to name a few. Join our team uncovering these ancient fossils in our Dig for a Day or Shovel Ready Programs. Named the 6th best Dinosaur Museum in the world by CNN in 2015. This is one adventure you won't forget!

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK LODGES

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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 groomed Nordic ski trails, ski and snowshoe rentals, or ice skating. Plus, enjoy quality full- and quick-service restaurants and gift shops throughout the park.

Visit Laramie

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Laramie is situated on the windswept plains of the Laramie River Valley. Where grassy rolling hills rise to jagged steep peaks in the west and east. The Medicine Bow Mountains draw visitors year-round to enjoy grey granite peaks, a cascade of clear mountain lakes, and beautiful wildflowers. The massive granite rocks of Vedauwoo attract visitors to hike, climb, and explore varied formations.

In the winter and early spring, snowmobilers venture across powder covered sights along the Snowy Range Mountains. In the summer, climbers travel from all over the world to traverse the challenging off-width cracks of some of Wyoming's oldest granite at Vedauwoo. The Medicine Bow National Forest lead hikers to stunning mountain lakes, alpine meadows and towering granite spires.
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Blair Hotels

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Blair Hotels owns and operates five deluxe hotel accommodations throughout the state of Wyoming.
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Buffalo Bill Center of the West

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The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is the largest history, art, and natural science museum between Minneapolis and the West Coast, encompassing an area the size of five-and-a-quarter football fields. Located in Cody, Wyoming, a town of just 10,000, visitors are stunned when they venture inside—and you will be, too!
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Gillette-Wright

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When planning your great western vacation along the Monumental Route (Mount Rushmore to Devils Tower to Yellowstone), be sure to reserve a night or two in Campbell County, Wyoming, home to Gillette and Wright. Gillette is located on I-90, just one hour west of Devils Tower National Monument and offers visitors a progressive city with amenities and attractions worthy of a trip to Wyoming. Schedule a guided tour of a working buffalo ranch or at one of the largest surface coal mines in the world. Relax with a unique meal at any of Gillette’s 80 restaurants — or conquer the “Pub Crawl” of Gillette’s two local craft breweries and meadery. A stop in Gillette will make your vacation truly monumental!
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Carbon County

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When it's time to "Get Your West On," it's time to head for Wyoming's Carbon County. Located high on the Continental Divide in south-central Wyoming, this gem sits astride Interstate 80 for easy access from points east and west. Explore Carbon County's rich history full of colorful characters and infamous outlaws, take a soak in our natural hot springs, fish our pristine lakes, or hit the mountain trails for hiking & biking. Make this the year that you explore all that Carbon County has to offer. For vacation information or a free vacation guide call 1-800-228-3547 or visit us online.
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Fish Casper

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When you're looking for big fish and lots of 'em, start planning your trip to Casper. Named the #1 Big Fish Destination in the World, the Grey Reef and Miracle Mile sections of the North Platte River are planted firmly on wish lists of anglers everywhere.
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Visit Casper

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If uncrowded waters teeming with blue ribbon trout is the stuff of your daydreams, look no further than Casper. Named the “#1 Big Fish Destination” by American Angler Magazine, Casper is widely considered Wyoming’s top fishing spot by anglers around the world. It’s the perfect place for the fishing experience of a lifetime.
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Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo™

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Cheyenne Frontier Days™, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration known as the Daddy of ‘em All, started in 1897. Ten fun-filled days of Western entertainment include: daily rodeos, nightly concerts, parades, pancake breakfasts, Indian Village, USAF Thunderbirds, Old Frontier Town, carnival midway, chuckwagon cook-off, Western art show and much more! Please visit cfdrodeo.com or rewards.cfdrodeo.com
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Douglas & Glenrock

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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 104th Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo, a western celebration of all things Wyoming!
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The Dude Ranchers' Association

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For an authentic Western Adventure Vacation look no further than The Dude Ranchers' Association
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East Yellowstone Valley

Enjoy wilderness horseback adventures, overnight horseback packtrips and wonderful home-cooked meals. Stay in cozy log cabins, rooms, or RV sites. Experience the adventure of white-water rafting, world-class fishing, and great hiking all within a short drive of Yellowstone. Located between Yellowstone and Cody, Wyoming with great access to all the West has to offer. Call us today at 307-587-9595 for more information.
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Grand Teton Lodge Company

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Explore. Discover. Stay. Visit Grand Teton National Park this spring and find epic wildflowers, newborn elk, deer and bison, and endless activities including fly-fishing, scenic river rafting, horseback riding and Jackson Lake Cruises. Choose from our full-service Jackson Lake Lodge, rustically elegant cabins at Jenny Lake Lodge, or our lakeside Colter Bay Village offering cabins, RV or tent camping. For the best deals, visit us on the web!
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Gros Ventre River Ranch

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Breathtaking views, gourmet food, incredible horses and staff await at the Gros Ventre River Ranch!
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Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch

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Located between Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. Horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking and river rafting.
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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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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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Jackson Hole continues to famously deliver legendary powder snow, 4,136 continuous vertical feet, 2500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine “Last of the Old West” atmosphere. Neighboring the legacy U.S National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton and operating in Bridger Teton National Forest, there is no more spectacular setting for a destination resort in the world.  Now with thirteen nonstop cities (and hundreds of international connections) flying to the newly expanded airport, Jackson Hole is one of the most easily accessed destination resorts in the Rockies.
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Johnson County—Buffalo and Kaycee

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Glimpse into the heart of the Old West and discover the adventure of the New West in picturesque Buffalo, Wyoming. Conveniently located at the intersections of Interstate 90, and highways 25 & 16, we are nestled at the base of the spectacular Bighorn Mountains. Buffalo boasts a rich history as well as boundless recreational opportunities. A weekend stay can create memories that last a lifetime. We’re more than a one-horse town.
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The Longhorn Ranch Resort

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Copy: Located along the Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone, the resort offers riverfront RV sites, lodging and fishing access. 307-455-2337.
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81st Annual Green River Rendezvous—Pinedale

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Featuring a life-size diorama of the grizzly bear attack that left Hugh Glass severely wounded.
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Cody/Yellowstone Country

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Adventure abounds in Cody, Wyoming. Whether you’re a wanna-be-cowboy, an outdoor adventurer, or an amateur historian, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Cody. Get a taste of pure western culture with the nightly rodeos, live cowboy music, Old Trail Town and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Hit the town and treat yourself to a wide variety of shopping, gallery hopping and dining. Explore the Great Outdoors just up the road in Yellowstone National Park where you can hike, fish, and marvel at nature and the wildlife. No matter what you’re looking for, adventure is always waiting in Cody, Wyoming, the wildest way into Yellowstone.
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Visit Pinedale

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En route to Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone is Pinedale, Wyoming on Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway.  It’s a true western town and a must for adventurous travelers who want to experience the vast expanses of three mountain ranges, including the Wind River Mountains (boasting Wyoming’s highest summit, Gannett Peak).  The scenic drive opens the door to a destination rich in historic pioneer trails and cultural attractions such as the Museum of the Mountain Man; phenomenal  outdoor recreation with unique natural surroundings where wildlife outnumber the residents by a factor of ten; incredible fly-fishing on the Green and New Fork Rivers; and most popular, Fremont Lake.  Throughout the year, Pinedale always has something going on in town to celebrate its western culture and its love for the great outdoors.
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Saratoga Resort and Spa

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Ideal for romantic getaways, family gatherings, western weddings, and meetings, we are southern Wyoming’s premier hot pool and spa destination. For centuries the healing waters at the Saratoga Resort and Spa have renewed even the most weary of travelers. Come soak in the soothing 70-foot mineral hot spring pool and teepee-covered hot pools. Indulge in pampering spa treatments. Quench your thirst with cold craft beer from our Snowy Mountain Pub and Brewery. Enjoy exhilarating outdoor activities like golf, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, skiing and snowmobiling. Then retreat to one of our western-appointed guest rooms and suites. Experience the Resort!
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Sheridan

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A breathtaking vision of the New West, Sheridan is Wyoming’s emerald city; a place where cowboys convene over craft beer and coffee, where pronghorn spring over canvasses colored with Indian Paintbrush, and where the majestic Bighorns stand forever proud. Sheridan extends a warm hospitality as legendary as the streets of historic downtown. Fabled cowboys once kicked up their boots at the Sheridan Inn, while modern mavericks revel in Old West charm at Sheridan’s bistros, cafes and brewpubs. From the stage of the WYO Theater and the fine art lining the walls of the world-class Brinton Museum, to Indian battle sites, and military outposts, arts and culture are alive and thriving throughout Sheridan. This is Sheridan, Wyoming — the American West the world dreams of.
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Sweetwater County

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Whether Sweetwater County is your final Wyoming destination or you're visiting on the way to the National Parks, there are countless ways to create an adventure of your own in Rock Springs and Green River.  Exploring 8,200 square miles of public land. Soaking up the sunshine and catching the "Big One' on Lake Flaming Gorge. Mountain Biking through the high desert. Kayaking on the Green River. Riding the world's second largest moving Sand Dunes The only questions is how long should you stay in Sweetwater County to fit it all in? Create your adventure at TourWyoming.com.
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Vee Bar Guest Ranch

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Nestled in the Snowy Range Mountains, 2.5 hours from Denver, Colorado, the Vee Bar offers horseback riding, fishing, hiking, and river tubing. Open year-round.
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Visit Cheyenne

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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!
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Wind River Hotel & Casino

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Welcome, to the Wind River Hotel and Casino where you can play, stay and win! Our slot machines, poker and black jack tables bring the excitement of Vegas to Wyoming. Stay in our 90 room hotel and wake up to the scenic view of the majestic Wind River Mountain range. In addition to our award winning hotel, customer service and gaming experiences, we also feature white water rafting, dinosaur digs and reservation tour packages. Wind River is home to the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone Tribes. The land is alive with cultural events such as pow wows and rodeos.
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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.
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The Wyoming Dinosaur Center

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Are you ready to turn your vacation into the adventure of a lifetime? Visit The Wyoming Dinosaur Center and take A Walk Thru Time. Visitors follow the evolution of ancient life, from the most primitive forms to the rise of the dinosaurs. In the Hall of Dinosaurs over 30 mounted skeletons are exhibited including "The Thermopolis Specimen" this specimen is considered to represent the most complete and best preserved Archaeopteryx remains yet, "Jimbo" the Supersaurus, a massive 106" long sauropod, "Stan" the T-Rex and "Mary" the Albertaceratops just to name a few. Join our team uncovering these ancient fossils in our Dig for a Day or Shovel Ready Programs. Named the 6th best Dinosaur Museum in the world by CNN in 2015. This is one adventure you won't forget!
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Yellowstone National Park Lodges

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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 groomed Nordic ski trails, ski and snowshoe rentals, or ice skating. Plus, enjoy quality full- and quick-service restaurants and gift shops throughout the park.
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Crook County

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Devils Tower National Monument is central to a 2016 vacation filled with adventure and scenery. Nestled in the heart of Wyoming’s Black Hills, Devils Tower Country delivers breathtaking beauty, ample amenities and just enough elbow room for a little rest and relaxation! Nearby communities speak to the explorer, historian and scenery seeker in all of us. In Moorcroft enjoy learning about a cowboy’s life along the historic and colorful Texas Trail. In Sundance walk in the footsteps of the infamous, “Sundance Kid.” Hulett’s residents are known for welcoming visitors with smalltown hospitality and a western flair!
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Greybull

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Make Greybull, Wyoming your hub to adventure in Northwest Wyoming. Greybull is ideally located on the route to Yellowstone and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Greybull offers great dining, cute shops, nice, affordable lodging and friendly, helpful people. From Greybull you can branch out and visit the Big Horn Mountains, the Dinosaur Tracksite, Devil's Kitchen and explore the Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. Greybull is the gateway to a great getaway on Highway 14/16/20, the Bighorn Scenic Byway.
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Washakie County

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Enjoy the majestic beauty of the Big Horn Mountains along US Highway 16 while driving to Yellowstone or The Black Hills. Called the best and easiest route to Yellowstone, “The Sweet 16” features excellent camping and fishing in the Big Horn Mountains, breathtaking mountain vistas along the Cloud Peak Scenic Byway, the sheer limestone cliffs of Ten Sleep Canyon, and abundant wildlife. See the true West in Ten Sleep, then enjoy a cold one at the Ten Sleep Brewery. Cool off at Worland's new Aquatic Center or learn about ancient mammoth hunters at the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center.
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