7 Stunning Boardwalks In Wyoming You Won’t Find At The Beach

Boardwalks inspire nostalgia, bringing to mind leisurely time spent at carnivals, open-air malls, and hole-in-the-wall eateries at the water’s edge. While boardwalks are plentiful on the coast near the ocean, you don’t really expect to find them in a land-locked place like Wyoming. They’re quite useful, however, for creating a safe path to allow a close-up view of some of the states thermal features. Just take a look at these seven stunning boardwalks you won’t find at a traditional beach.

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Not having access to the ocean hasn’t stopped the Cowboy State from enjoying other things typically found Oceanside. For example, even though Wyoming is land-locked, it’s hiding one of the best seafood restaurants in the country.