13 Wonderful Places to Visit in Wyoming

Published by Sushil Prajapati

1. Devils Tower National  Monument

Devils Tower National Monument is in Wyoming, and it's the first-ever national monument in the United States.

2. Yellowstone National  Park

Famous for geysers (Old Faithful!), hot springs, canyons, waterfalls, and wildlife (bison, bears, wolves)

3. Grand Teton National  Park

Wyoming, jagged Teton peaks, Jackson Hole valley, lakes & rivers, hiking, wildlife, 310k acres, fewer crowds spring/fall. ️

4. Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is a valley in Wyoming, nestled between the Teton Range and the Gros Ventre Range

5. Cody

Cody, Wyoming is a town steeped in Wild West history and natural beauty

6. Thermopolis

Thermopolis is a town in Hot Springs County, Wyoming, known for its natural hot springs

Home to the Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world's largest outdoor rodeo

7. Cheyenne

8. Casper

Casper Located on the North Platte River, surrounded by scenic mountains

9. Bighorn National Forest

The Bighorn National Forest is a stunning mountain range in north-central Wyoming

10. Medicine Bow National Forest

This combined area covers a whopping 2.9 million acres across Wyoming and Colorado

11. Flaming Gorge National Recreation  Area

Its crown jewel is the 91-mile-long Flaming Gorge Reservoir, a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers

12. Bridger-Teton National Forest

It's the third-largest national forest outside of Alaska, encompassing a whopping 3.4 million acres.

13. Shoshone National  Forest

The Forest is a breathtaking expanse of natural beauty in northwestern Wyoming, nearly 2.5 million acres.