Wyoming November 26, 2018
Here Are The 8 Most Enchanting, Magical Christmas Towns In Wyoming
Most years, Wyoming looks like a snowglobe from October through May. That can make celebrating the holiday season exciting, because you’re pretty much guaranteed a white Christmas! If you love everything about Christmas trees, decorations, lights, and Santa himself, head to any of these magical Christmas towns in Wyoming to really embrace the spirit of the holidays.
Sheridan is Wyoming's best Christmas town! Visit the downtown shops to support local businesses and enjoy the lights and displays throughout the downtown. You'll have a blast at their Christmas Stroll, too.
Buffalo is perfect all year long, but during Christmastime, you'll fall in love with the town. Small businesses decorate, Santa makes appearances, and
Sometimes, I think there are so many Christmas lights in Cheyenne that it can be seen from space! Everyone goes all out here, including locals and businesses. Be sure to visit the
Hemi Lighted Forest of Hope
Jackson becomes Wyoming's twinkliest town during the holidays. Not only does the entire town square glow with thousands of shining Christmas lights, but local shops decorate and the town becomes a wonderland. Visit the National Elk Refuge for a snowy sleigh ride.
Cody's Chamber of Commerce might be the best in Wyoming. They're so good at promoting the town that even
has a house in Cody! Trail Town becomes a winter wonderland, Santa stops by for breakfast, and there's even a downtown parade.
Connect with the Chamber
to see what they've got planned.
Pinedale is a great town to visit if you want to spend your Christmas outdoors! Snowmobile season is upon us... and Pinedale has some of the best trails around. If you want to socialize a little more, the
Pinedale Mountain Man Parade
is always a great celebration.
Somehow, the big city of Casper finda
way to maintain that small town charm, especially during the holiday season! Casper's
is the best in the state.
What’s your favorite Christmas celebration in Wyoming? Tell us in the comments below!