Things to do in Wyoming

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Wyoming is a state in the Mountain West subregion of the Western United States. There are so many adventures to do in this place. You can go to rodeos, restaurants, malls, museums, spa resorts, and more.

1. Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone National Park is an American national park, it is located in the western United States. It was the first national park in the U.S. Yellowstone National Park is such a wonderful destination that you could spend your entire vacation within its borders. The land includes forests, waterfalls, lakes, canyons, cliffs, and geysers. There are plenty of activities the park offers which are rock climbing, horseback riding, camping, and fishing. You will also get many tour and adventure companies that operate out of the park.

 

2. National Elk Refuge

National Elk Refuge
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The National Elk Refuge is a Wildlife Refuge. It is located in Jackson Hole in the U.S. state of Wyoming. This place was created to protect the habitat and provide sanctuary for one of the largest elk in the year 1912. This refuge park can actually teach you a lot about a lesser-known species. In this National Elk Refuge, more than 7,500 elk migrate in and out throughout the year. There are also guides available to help you out.

 

3. Old Trail Town

Old Trail Town
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Old Trail Town is a historic replication of the real town that was founded by Buffalo Bill in 1895. This town is the most iconic destination one can get in Wyoming. It is related to the pilgrimage sites. The Old Trail Town attractions include a number of including barns, a one-room schoolhouse made from logs, authentic old-timey buildings, general stores, saloons, and homestead cabins. There are also on-site museums.

 

4. Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park
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Grand Teton National Park is an American national park. Located in northwestern Wyoming. Within approximately 310,000 acres. This park is known as a hidden gem. While exploring this place you will get to see everything from rare and exotic birds to fish that can only be caught in particular rivers. There are literally thousands of designated camping sites at this park.

 

5. Phelps Lake

Phelps Lake
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Phelps Lake is a type of destination that is ideal for a family vacation. The things the visitor can do at the lake include boating, swimming, jumping rock, hiking, boarding, and diving. There is a notable pathway that leads to Death Canyon. The intimidating rock formation was formed more than 15,000 years ago. The other things to do include birdwatching, wildlife spotting, camping, and horseback riding. Phelps Lake is a place where bears can also be spotted near the mountains.

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