The wide open spaces in Wyoming provide more than just room to move around. With no towering skyscrapers or blinding city lights to block out the night sky, it’s a great place for stargazing. What’s more, the unobstructed view offers a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis from time to time. When the northern lights put on a dazzling show, there are several spots across the state where you can see them, but viewing them from Clark is a mesmerizing experience you’ll never forget.

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Cheyenne is another excellent spot for aurora-viewing. In case you missed our article, you can read it here.

What other Wyoming spots offer a front-row seat for a stunning northern lights extravaganza?

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