Wyoming is Yellowstone Country, but there are many natural wonders outside of the Park. Take for instance the Tetons and the Red Desert south of Yellowstone. Find adventure, explore culture, and delve into regional history in Old West towns like Cheyenne and Sheridan east of Yellowstone. Or start your adventure on a road trip from Denver driving through Wyoming cowboys town such as Cheyenne and Laramie.
Top six things to do when you stop on your way from South Dakota's Black Hills and Mount Rushmore to Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
Discover a string of towns woven together by ranching, coal, oil and a growing wind turbine industry. Stop at some of these small-town attractions.
Enjoy the majestic beauty of the Big Horn Mountains along US Highway 16. The best and easiest route to Yellowstone, “The Sweet 16” Highway.
What rhymes with "cowboys" and has been named "best escape in Wyoming?" This small town 90 miles from Yellowstone and worlds away from the crowds.
Escape the crowds and discover Old West experiences such as pow wows and a pioneer Gold Rush town.
Dinosaurs lived near these prehistoric red and purple volcano-made hills. Today, see a restored speakeasy, an airplane museum, and dinosaur track site.
Experience the crossroads of the Wild West, unexpected culture and outdoor paradise in Casper, Wyo.
Soak in hot springs, visit the Wyoming Dinosaur Center and see bison without the crowds in Thermopolis.
On your way to Yellowstone, be sure to visit Lander, Wyoming. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Wind River Mountains while hiking alone or with an outfitter, or strolling our historic Main Street.
Lose the crowds in Laramie, Wyoming's great outdoors and its fun cultural attractions.
Be a traveler rather than a tourist. Get the behind-the-scenes stories on everything from comic heroes to outlaws in the Laramie area.
On your way to or from Rocky Mountain National Park or Yellowstone, stop in the Laramie area to stretch your legs. Three enterprising locals share tips on where to go in Laramie and what to do.
Have a Native experience. From seeing Native American dances to rolling the dice, there are a number of things to do at the Wind River Hotel & Casino.
From Glendo to Chugwater, this Pony Express route in southeast Wyoming's Platte County is full of little-known gems.
Western ranch and rodeo charm meets a vibrant, music and nightlife scene
En route through Sinks Canyon, the Popo Agie River disappears dramatically into a cavern, leaving visitors to Lander, Wyo., to ask, “Where does it go?”
Explore the natural wonders of the Red Desert, the many sand dunes, Wild Horses, Blonde Desert Elk and Flaming Gorge.
Looking to see Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Devils Tower National Monument without the crowded South Dakota summer experience? Head to Sundance.
Find out more about how your food is grown in the small town of Powell, Wyo.
Unique and authentic gifts created on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Buy crafts, beading and fine silversmithing.