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The Cowboy State is magnificent in many ways, with unparalleled natural beauty which attracts millions of visitors each year. Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are located in western Wyoming; choosing a Jackson mountain resort is a great solution for accommodations in this area. If you are attending the annual Frontier Days' rodeo, we have the perfect discount Cheyenne hotel. Our WY Hotel Guide provides the best rates and the widest selection of hotels to create your perfect getaway.

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As if you needed any other reason to visit Wyoming than Yellowstone National Park! Well, there are actually plenty of other attractions making tourism a great part of this western state’s economy. Cheyenne, the capital, is located in the southeastern corner of the state. As the largest city, you are sure to find a nice selection of Wyoming hotels for your stay in this wide-open, sparsely populated state. Visitors flock to the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration, featuring the largest outdoor rodeo in the U.S., a carnival and star-studded concerts. Casper is more centrally located, about 3 hours northwest of Cheyenne.

Western Wyoming is virtually all National Forestland and you will find the magnificent Rocky Mountains here as well. The first ever, Yellowstone National Park’s land was set aside for the enjoyment of the people in 1862. Since then, millions of visitors have ooohed and aaahed at the natural wonders, including active geyser Old Faithful and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Plan to whitewater raft, ride a horse, hike a trail, get thrilled on a zipline and attend a real Indian powwow. Yellowstone is sensational! But there’s more…Grand Teton National Park, just south of Yellowstone, is also jaw-dropping, breath-taking and every superlative you can imagine. Legendary skiing destination Jackson is just south of Grand Teton. You can visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art and get active in this park.

Two hundred miles northwest of Casper, explore Medicine Lodge State Archeological Site, famous for its Indian petroglyphs and pictographs which are thousands of years old. Nearby Bighorn Canyon National Recreational Area, which spills over into Montana, boasts towering walls over Bighorn Lake and some of the best fishing anywhere. Guernsey State Park, midway between Cheyenne and Casper, is the place to see 160 year old wagon ruts, climb the winding stairs of a castle or check out the names on the chalkboard at Register Cliff, where westward bound, wagon train pioneers placed their names. Nicknamed the Cowboy State, Wyoming has got to be on your bucket list!

Best Wyoming Parks

Grand Teton National Park

Located just south of Yellowstone, these two parks are often toured in conjunction with one another. Towering mountains and crystal blue lakes provide a stunning setting in which you can hike, climb, fish, swim, boat, snowshoe, snow ski, view wildlife and snap the best photos imaginable. Jenny Lake Scenic Drive off Teton Park Road is one-way and offers some of the most spectacular mountain views. An amazing selection of Ranger-guided tours is available, so plan ahead! Find Discount Hotels near Grand Teton National Park.

Guernsey State Park

Guernsey Reservoir provides a pretty lake setting, with 3 boat ramps available to get you fishing for walleye and catfish in a hurry! The Guernsey Museum building, overlooking the water on a cliff, was framed by the CCC out of hand hewn timbers. A Castle provides a fantastic observation area reached by climbing its winding stairs. The looping trail system begins at the Brimmer Point turnoff. Famous ruts, remnants of westward expansion along the Oregon Trail in the 1800s, are found here as well. Find Discount Hotels near Guernsey State Park.

Yellowstone National Park

The first National Park spills into 3 states and is the site of the most popular geyser in the world, Old Faithful. Yellowstone River’s mighty force is behind this park’s Grand Canyon, which is a relatively young ten to fourteen-thousand years old, as well as amazing waterfalls. Yellowstone Lake is the largest high elevation lake on the continent; the park’s highest point is the 11,358 foot high Eagle Peak. To see grizzly bears and various wildlife, visit Hayden Valley, and to see historic Fort Yellowstone, visit Mammoth Hot Springs district. This park is phenomenal!  Find Discount Hotels near Yellowstone National Park.

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