Amicably known as the Cowboy State, Wyoming offers a plethora of cultural and outdoor-oriented attractions to please travelers of all walks and ages. The state is home to two of the country’s most acclaimed national parks, geothermal Yellowstone Park and the visually stunning Grand Teton National Park. Guests can stay at a number of small towns perched along the brink of the magnificent parks or head off into the expansive plains in search of the prairie town—and capital—Cheyenne. Despite the state’s small population and isolation, it led the country in several influential reforms. In 1869 the legislators granted women 21 or older the right to vote and hold office, leading to its nickname of the Equality State. The state was also home to the violent Johnson County Cattle War of 1892, an event that remains forever alive in the many museums. Still today Wyoming remains a rural state punctuated by small ranches and family farms, and suffers the brunt of a young population exodus.
Many visitors to Wyoming can’t miss up the opportunity to visit the state’s capital and largest city. Located on the brink of prairie lands, this country city offers tourists a one-of-a-kind Western experience. Guests who are visiting the city can tour the historic Capitol building, catch a rodeo or explore the stunning Nelson Museum of the West. Train aficionados can visit a local celebrity, the Big Boy Steam Engine. Known as ‘Old Number 4004,’ the engine stands as the world’s largest steam engine and was designed to pull 3,600-ton loads along steep grades en route to Cheyenne. Guests can tour the grounds of the historic Governor’s Mansion or learn more about the state’s history at the Wyoming State Museum. Travelers interested in taking a walk through the park need look no farther than the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, located in stunning Lions Park.
Guests who are interested in staying on the cusp of the stunning Grand Teton National Park can stop off at Jackson Hole for a variety of spectacular lodging and entertainment activities. As the gateway to one of the nation’s most beloved park, Jackson Hole is a staging area for rafting, horseback riding and wildlife exhibitions in the national park. Those arriving to Jackson Hole in the winter can take advantage of a number of ski resorts within driving distance, all which feature stunning lodges and lifts. Those who are interested in outdoor arts can head over to Jackson Hole’s Wildlife Art Museum, which features an exceptional spread of nature-themed exhibits. Guests who are eager to explore the nearby geographical wonders can head over to the Grand Teton National Park, which features a plethora of stunning mountain peaks, serene lakes and one-of-a-kind wildlife. The park’s abundance of natural beauty attracts more than four million visitors each year, making it a perfect relaxing vacation destination.
Visitors can enjoy a spectacular national landmark by visiting Yellowstone National Park. The park stretches through three states—Wyoming, Montana and Idaho—and boasts the title as the country’s first national park. Guests can choose from a number of adventurous ways to explore the stunning park, depending on their physical abilities and personal preferences. Those who are interested in exploring the aquatic wonders of the park can embark on a rafting trip, while those who would like to partake in a true Wyoming pastime can ride horseback through the splendid scenery. Guests who aren’t afraid to get their feet dirty can embark on one of the many hiking trails while those who are itching for a cultural adventure can local culture can stop off at one of the park’s small towns to partake in a powwow or watch a rodeo.
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