Wyoming: Things to Do
Wyoming offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at state and area parks. Check out the following articles to get an inside look at how Wyoming will keep you entertained.
Old Faithful, Buffalo Bill Center are two of numerous viewing choices
Cheyenne Frontier Days takes place the last week of July and is known as the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration.
“The horse was nose-to-nose with her. They just stood there for 20 to 30 minutes looking at each other.”
Natural beauty unlike anywhere else on Earth – everyone needs to explore these wide open spaces.
The Gillette Farmers Market is in a growth phase, looking for a new location to take advantage of heightened vendor and community interest.
Summers means music in Wyoming with a slate of festivals across the state.
From the mountain ranges in the west to the High Plains in the east, Wyoming's topography is renowned for exceptional natural beauty. But it's the people within those gorgeous hills and valleys that truly make Wyoming a special place in which to live and work.
Wyoming Whiskey and wineries contribute to the state's growing spirits industry.
With approximately 70 golf courses across the state, it's easy to see why Wyoming is known as a great place to hit the links. Most of Wyoming's golf courses are open for public play.
Outdoor adventurers and enthusiasts have several recreational endeavors to enjoy in Wyoming.