Great Cities to Visit in Wyoming:
- · Cheyenne
- · Casper
- · Laramie
- · Gillette
- · Rock Springs
5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Wyoming:
- Old Trail Town: Resembling the setting of an old Western, Old Trail Town in Cody allows visitors to explore an array of saloons, cabins, shops, and other historical buildings, complete with covered wagons and carriages.
- Cody Nite Rodeo: Every night from June 1 through August 31, this popular rodeo features bullriding, saddle bronc riding, barrel racing, and other events—including a calf scramble for kids 12 and under.
- Jackson: Experience some of the best snow skiing in the west at Jackson Hole. Or visit in the summer to enjoy the town of Jackson’s attractions: cowboy shows, an old-fashioned boardwalk with restaurants and shops, and river rafting.
- Flaming Gorge: The Green River flows beneath the flaming red sandstone cliffs that gave this gorge its name, offering adventures that include swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking. Campers, hikers, and backpackers will find much to explore.
- Devil’s Tower: This iconic flat-topped rock formation featured in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind draws visitors from all over the world with its unusual volcanic geography. Rock-climbing, hiking, and fishing opportunities abound.
Major Convention Centers:
- Casper Events Center: On a hill looking over the town of Casper and the Platte River Valley, it is the top destination for Wyoming events: 43,000 square feet of exhibit space and a seating capacity of 9,700 for concerts, sporting events, and conferences.
- Holiday Inn Sheridan Convention Center: This smaller convention center can host conferences of up to 1,000 attendees, located at the site of the Holiday Inn in Sheridan.
National Park Services - https://www.nps.gov/state/wy/index.htm
Seven national parks and 534 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Yellowstone: It’s the world’s first and most famous national park, complete with grizzlies, wolves, elk, beautiful mountains, lush forests, hot springs, and the world’s most famous geyser: Old Faithful.
- Grand Tetons: Yellowstone’s smaller neighbor is no less spectacular, with its majestic mountain peaks, pristine lakes, abundant wildlife, and 200 miles of trails through rugged backcountry.
Wyoming is home to the Casper Speedway and the Gillette Thunder Speedway!
- Casper: 1/2-mile semi-banked clay oval, hosts races every Friday and holidays from May through August
- Gillette: 3/8-mile semi-banked clay oval, hosts weekly races from mid-April through Labor Day weekend.