Wyoming August 05, 2018
You’ll Never Forget A Trip To These 6 Waterfront Spots In Wyoming
Wyoming is a landlocked state, true, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have the most stunning waterfront views in the country. Our lakes, rivers, and reservoirs capture colors, reflections, and scenery that most Americans can only dream of. Have you seen the sights from the following waterfront locations?
1. Jenny Lake
Visiting Jenny Lake at Sunrise is a quintessential Wyoming experience, and all it take is one breathtaking visit before you'll fall madly in love with this spot in the Tetons.
2. West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake
Pictures don't do the West Thumb justice. Anyone who's seen this bright blue, crystal clear water can attest to that... and you'll forever have the sight at the front of your mind when you think of Wyoming's wild beauty.
3. Jackson Lake
It's no wonder people fall in love with the Tetons - this beauty is unmistakable and unforgettable. Jackson Lake shows off some of the most breathtaking scenery Wyoming has to offer.
4. Snake River Overlook
This iconic Wyoming scene - sunset on the Snake River - is best viewed from the Snake River Overlook. Our biggest and most powerful river winds its way through the Tetons, quickly showing anyone how it got its name.
5. Keyhole State Park
Keyhole State Park shows off the Keyhole Reservoir, where you're welcome to take in beautiful water views from the shore or from a boat. This is a recreation paradise.
6. Buffalo Bull Reservoir
The impossibly blue Buffalo Bill reservoir is a sight you'll never forget! Tour the dam to experience history up close and personal and see the water from above.
What’s your favorite place to catch a waterfront view in Wyoming? I fall in love with the Buffalo Bill Reservoir every time I visit – it’s such an underrated wonder! For some more of Wyoming’s hidden gems, check out
6 Amazing Natural Wonders Hiding In Plain Sight In Wyoming — No Hiking Required.