The Remarkable Bridge In Wyoming That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

Wyoming is a beautiful state that’s home to some of the most unique geography in the world. One place, in particular, the Ayers Bridge, is so remarkable that emigrants making their two thousand mile journey along the Oregon Trail would take the time to stop and visit! Today, the Ayers Natural Bridge area has been turned into a park that offers walking paths, scenic views, trails, and a picture-perfect picnic pavilion. Visit in the fall to see foliage at its best, before winter turns Wyoming into a snowy white wonderland.

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You’ll find the Ayres Natural Bridge at 208 Natural Bridge Rd., Douglas, WY 82633. The park is the perfect place for a fall picnic and a stroll around the historic landmark! It’s open April through October, seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. No pets are allowed here, for the safety and preservation of the natural features.

When you visit, you’ll quickly see why the Ayres Natural Bridge was named one of The 12 Most Peaceful Places In Wyoming, where you can truly take a break from the world and enjoy some solitude.