Wyoming March 28, 2019
The 9 Places You Absolutely Must Visit In Wyoming This Spring
Get out your calendars and start planning your Wyoming day trips! This spring, you should take advantage of the sunny days and head out on an adventure that will show you parts of the Cowboy State that you thought only existed in your imagination.
1. Cheyenne Botanic Garden
Get a dose of spring no matter what the weather is doing at this gorgeous, three story conservatory in Lion Park. You'll love the fresh, clean air inside and the colorful blossoms of the season.
Read more about this stunning garden right here
2. The Red Desert and Killpecker Sand Dunes
One of the most unique ecosystems in the world is tucked away in Wyoming's Great Divide Basin. This high elevation desert is home to rare flora and fauna, and some of the only whistling sand dunes in the world.
Get more information on this unqiue spot right here
3. The Terry Bison Ranch
When the weather warms up, head out to the Terry Bison Ranch. This western themed ranch and getaway is perfect for a day trip or a vacation. You'll get to experience bison up close and personal!
Read more about this wild west ranch right here
4. Sinks Canyon State Park
Just outside of Lander, you'll find Sinks Canyon State Park. This local favorite is known for being home to an underground river, a natural waterslide, and miles of trails worth exploring. Be sure to check out the Sinks, where the Popo Agie river flows underground.
Read more about this unique natural wonder right here
5. Hot Springs State Park
There's nothing quite like hanging out around Wyoming hot springs! The largest hot spring in the world is located here, in Thermopolis. Spend a day in the park hiking and exploring, and then head into town for a great dinner from a local cafe.
Learn about this quirky park right here
6. Heart Mountain Relocation Center Interpretive Museum
Heart Mountain is a unqiue geologic wonder in Wyoming, and in its foothills, one of the darkest periods in American history came to life. This site is the location of a Japanese Internment camp, where Americans were detained based on fear and xenophobia, under the false cover of national security. Visit this site today to learn from the terrible mistakes of our past, and you might notice the spirits that still haunt this place. Now that it's a museuma nd interpretive center, it's worth a visit.
Read more about this haunted memorial right here
7. Lamar Valley
8. The Buffalo Bill Center for the West
This incredible Smithsonian affiliate is actually five museums in one, and admission is valid for two days in a row. You'll need all that time to explore each exhibit in this museum that covers the history of the West over thousands of years.
Read more about this world class museum right here
9. The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway
One of the most incredible scenic drives in the world is tucked away in the heart of Wyoming. Drive the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. Follow this 46 mile route from the Beartooth Highway down into Cody for a delightful drive.
Read more about the ride right here
What’s first on your list this year?