One Of America’s Most Beautiful Hotels Is Hiding Inside A National Park
Throughout America, you’ll have your pick of 60 national parks that you can explore. All of these destinations are true adventurers’ paradises, and each of our country’s national parks has something incredible to offer to visitors. One thing not all of our parks have? Stunning hotels. Get ready to take a trip out to the western half of the Cowboy State, because you’re going to want to stay at this gorgeous hotel. This national park in to visit in Wyoming has it all – including a lodge on the ground.
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National Park To Visit In Wyoming
What are some of the best parks in Wyoming?
Okay, let’s first get the obvious ones out of the way – there are amazing, world-famous destinations like Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park out here, but there are also so many more than just those to enjoy. Wyoming is an awesome place for anyone who likes to explore – goodness knows there’s more than enough places to check out in this amazing state. Some of our favorite picks for the best parks in Wyoming include Sinks Canyon State Park, Hot Springs State Park, Curt Gowdy State Park, Boysen State Park, Keyhole State Park, and Glendo State Park. Of course, with more than 10 state parks and a couple of National Parks to pick from, we suspect you’ll never get bored or run out of ideas.
What are the best hiking trails in Wyoming?
Wyoming is truly a world-famous destination for those who love the outdoors. It’s filled to the brim with amazing sights, incredible wonders, and so much more – and what better way to explore it than by foot on any of the more than 1,000 trails Wyoming has to offer? Some of our favorites include Clear Lake Artist’s Point Loop Trail, within Yellowstone National Park, which is pretty easy and just under four miles long. While at Yellowstone, be sure to check out the Mud Volcano Trail, which is short and easy (under one mile) and well worth the minimal effort it requires to hike it. The Imperial Geyser Trail is also pretty awesome! Other trails – ones that aren’t in Yellowstone National Park – that we love include the Vedauwoo Trail, located at Medicine Bow National Forest, Wild River Canyon, located between Shoshoni and Thermopolis, and the world-famous Devil’s Tower trail at Sundance. Need more ideas? Check out this list of easy hikes in Wyoming to add to your bucket list ASAP.