Wyoming September 21, 2019
Wyoming’s Friendliest Small Town, Lander, Is Sure To Put A Smile On Your Face
If you spend any amount of time in Wyoming, you’ll soon notice just how welcome the locals make you feel, no matter where you go. There’s a lot to discover in each of our towns and cities, so get out there and explore! One small town in Fremont County, Lander, is known for being particularly welcoming. Plan a trip to see for yourself.
There is so much to do and see when you take the time to visit Lander!
Step back in time when you visit Pioneer Village at the Museum of the American West.
The Village shows off the history of lander and how this small Wyoming town got its start.
You'll see what life was like on the high prairie more than a hundred years ago, before development changed the landscape forever.
The Children's Museum is a favorite place for playful kids! The Museum hosts activities, crafts, games, and more.
Sinks Canyon State Park is located on the outskirts of town and this incredible natural wonder is a sight to see.
The Park is named after a strange natural phenomenon. One part of the Popo Agie River disappears into an underground cave (the Sinks), only to emerge again downstream (the Rise).
The Popo Agie Falls is one of Wyoming's most recognizable cascades. In the summer, people hike out to swim here.
In addition to the year-round attractions, the Lander Chamber of Commerce supports events that bring thousands of visitors to town and locals show off true hospitality.
Make some time to visit the charming town of Lander, Wyoming and you'll find yourself having the time of your life.
It’s no wonder so many people fall in love with this little Fremont County town! Visit the Lander
Chamber of Commerce website here to learn more.
For more information about Sinks Canyon, read
You’ll Never Want To Leave This Wyoming Park That’s Home To Yurt Camping, A Water Slide, And An Underground River.