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Have you ever wanted to go camping in Wyoming? If you answered no, allow me to change your mind. Though our state is the tenth largest, it is among the least populated places in the nation. Wilderness abounds here, and it includes some of the most impressive national parks, national forests, and wildlife refuges in the country. One of the nation’s largest national forests is hiding in Wyoming, and has a few cozy cabins that make for a magical overnight destination. Pack your bags, because you won’t be able to resist the allure of these cabins at Slide Lake.

This impressive landscape hosts what many consider to be the best cabin camping in Wyoming. Have you ever visited Bridger–Teton National Forest? Would you spend a night there? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Craving camping, but longing for the comforts of home? Go glamping near Yellowstone National Park!

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