Your Wyoming vacation would not be complete without a visit to the Yellowstone National Park. Driving through the main roads, you will enjoy some of the most scenic views then have a fun picnic on one of the roadside parks. If your family enjoys the outdoors then you would have a great time going on backpacking or hiking trips throughout the park.
Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park gets a lot of accolades. But there’s another Wyoming park that just might match it - Grand Teton National Park. Grand Teton is located south of Yellowstone and is home to over 300,000 acres of Northwest beauty. The picturesque Teton mountain range includes a 4,000-meter peak. In the summer, it’s an adventurers dream with miles of hiking, mountaineering, and backpacking opportunities. In the winter, it turns into a winter oasis and haven for skiers and snowboarders. This picture perfect park should be atop any nature lover’s bucket list.
This is Wyoming's most prominent feature and its magnificent beauty has brought tourists from all over the world to take a visit. When you are here make sure to drop by the visitor center to see some interactive exhibits on how the monument was formed as well as exhibits on the culture and history of the area. Go on some challenging hiking trails with your family to feel close to nature and explore some of Wyoming's exotic flora and fauna.
Situated in Cody, Wyoming, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is a great place to visit if you want to learn more about the history of the American West. The center comprises a complex with five museums where you can take in art exhibitions and displays relating to this fascinating history. Dating back to 1917, it is also the oldest museum dedicated to American West history. You will find plenty to see and do here and there is also a research library onsite. The museums that are contained on the complex include the Buffalo Bill Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum and the Draper Natural History Museum.
Mineral hot springs flows through the terraces along Big Horn River. Many locals and tourists visit the free bath house where the water is maintained at 104 degrees making it perfect for therapeutic bathing. With over 6.3 miles of accessible hiking trails, this is the best way for you to satisfy your craving for outdoor fun and adventure.