It’s not called the “Cowboy State” for nothing. But while the Western feel is perhaps one of the most appealing characteristics of Wyoming, there’s plenty more to keep visitors busy. With the Rocky Mountains and vast prairies as your playground, people of all ages have ample opportunities to enjoy a variety of Wyoming attractions.
- For tourism purposes, Wyoming is divided into geographic regions: northwest, northeast, southwest, southeast and central. If you’re only planning to spend time in part of the state, your search may be easier if you look by region on Wyoming tourism Web sites.
Whether you want to channel your inner cowboy or put your feet up after a long day of exploring, Wyoming offers a great mix of classic guest ranches, swanky resorts and more. Find ideal lodging in Wyoming with the help of the Web sites below.
- To see what other travelers think of accommodations in Wyoming, check a Web site like TravelPost.com for user-submitted hotel reviews.
- If you’re a history buff, a stay in a historic hotel may be enjoyable. Type “Wyoming” and “historic hotel” into your favorite search engine to find a great place to stay. One such search yielded an interesting site about the Wort Hotel in Jackson, Wyoming.
With hundreds of miles separating some of the major cities in Wyoming, you’ll want to think about your travel arrangements before you arrive. Use this section to sort out the transportation-related details of your trip.
- There is considerable distance between some Wyoming cities. Plan your trip more efficiently with travel time estimates and mileage calculations from Rand McNally.
- If you’re traveling by air, visit the findingDulcinea Travel Web Guide to search for affordable flights to Wyoming.