A bucket list is a list of things you would like to see or do before you “kick the bucket.” Making a bucket list is the first step to holding yourself accountable for living out your dreams. With its beautiful landscape and an array of outdoor recreational opportunities, Wyoming is a great source for those seeking adventures to add to their list. Here is the ultimate and definitive Wyoming bucket list for everyone visiting Wyoming.

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If you’re looking for other Wyoming bucket list items, check out the ultimate bucket list for anyone in Wyoming who loves the outdoors. Do you have any other items you would add to the list?

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Bucket list worthy state parks in Wyoming

What are some of the best parks in Wyoming?

Wyoming has many amazing state and national parks that draw outdoor lovers from far and wide. Here are some of the best parks in Wyoming for your next road trip adventure:

  • Boysen State Park, Shoshoni, WY: This state park may be overshadowed by some of Wyoming's more popular parks, but it would be a shame to miss it. The beautiful yet understated Wind River Canyon offers scenic views and Boysen Lake itself is quiet and calm. If you are looking for a wonderful place to camp in Wyoming, check out Boysen State Park.
  • Sinks Canyon State Park, Lander, WY: The fascinating thing about this state park is that the Popo Agie River disappears into the Sinks Canyon and then reappears downstream. The park is filled with wildlife and makes for a wonderful place to spend time in nature.
  • Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis, WY: If road trips to check out hot springs is on your bucket list, a trip to Thermopolis, WY is in order. The park's bath house is situated on the largest mineral hot spring in the world. At 104 degrees it is like a giant hot tub to soothe your tired feet after a day of hiking. Some of the hotter springs in the park reach as high as 135 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Guernsey State Park, Guernsey, WY: This state park is unique because of the giant red cliffs and bluffs that reflect in the crystal clear water of the reservoir. With miles of trails to explore, interesting rock formations to admire, and many old buildings on this historic site to learn about, a trip to this unique state park is a must.