Visit Afton, Home To One Of Wyoming Most Underrated Springs And A Great Summer Destination
If you’re looking for a fun summertime adventure, make plans to visit Afton, Wyoming! This small Star Valley town is home to shops, dining, seafood, and a mystifying intermittent spring.
Afton is a quirky little town in the Star Valley that's famous for being home to the world's largest elk antler arch.
Many people who visit Afton fall in love with the charming shops along Washington Street. Pick up a box of sweets from Star Valley Chocolate!
Oddly enough, this little Star Valley town is also home to the best seafood in Wyoming. Rocky Mountain Seafood flies in fresh fish, crabs, shellfish, and more several times a week.
If you want to treat yourself to an old-fashioned meal, stop into the Red Baron Drive-In, where you'll find burgers, shakes, and tasty fries.
Many people visit Afton, Wyoming to discover a natural wonder tucked away into the forest on the outskirts of town.
A short 1.5-mile hike will take you out and back to a mystifying intermittent spring that turns on and off almost like it's coming straight from a tap.
Hang out at the top of the trail for a little while and you'll watch "the spring that breathes" work through it's on-and-off cycle.
It's mesmerizing to watch the water slow to a trickle from the top, only to come roaring back through the cracks in the rocks mere minutes later.
Make plans to visit Afton, Wyoming for the charming downtown and the nearby hike to the Intermittent Spring. This is one Wyoming natural wonder that every adventurer should cross off of their bucket list.
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