Yellowstone National Park
The earliest and oldest national park in the world is Yellowstone, which was created in 1872. One of the most breathtaking wilderness places on earth may be found there.
Grand Teton National Park
A well-liked location for mountaineering, hiking, fishing, and other types of leisure is Grand Teton National Park.
The attractiveness of this colorful city is enhanced by the boardwalks, charming boutiques, galleries, and restaurants, as well as by the rustic wooden structures.
Hot Springs State Park
It's wonderful to unwind and stop at Hot Springs State Park for a soothing dip. The bathhouses receive steam-filled mineral water from the Big Spring.
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Outdoor enthusiasts may explore more than 3.4 million acres of the harsh mountain wilderness in western Wyoming in the stunning Bridger Teton National Forest.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Formerly known as the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, is a collection of five museums and a research library with art.
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
National Recreation Area in Fleming Gorge Reservoir is a well-liked location for boating, fishing, swimming, and other activities. Its name refers to the area's spectacular red sandstone cliffs.
The Wind River Range
More than 40 named peaks climb above 13,000 feet in Wyoming, and 19 of the state's 20 tallest summits are in the Wind River Range.
National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
A more engaging experience than a museum, the National Historic Paths Interpretive Center recreates the early pioneer trails and highlights their significance to American history.
Devils Tower National Monument
Devils Tower National Monument is a jewel of a geological formation that towers over the Belle Fourche River and the eastern plains of Wyoming by more than 1,200 feet.
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area offers scenic views, a wide range of species, and outdoor activities including boating, fishing, camping, and hiking.