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- National parks
- Hot springs
- Winter sports
- Walking paths
- Historic attractions
Vacation rentals in Wyoming
Set in the Western United States, Wyoming is famous for its stunning mountain scenery and wide-open landscapes. The raw, natural beauty here is something reminiscent of a Wild West film, and is likely where the state gained its nickname “The Cowboy State.” It is home to two top-rated national parks: Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Bring your family, friends, or significant other along to experience a glimpse of the wild west in Wyoming!A charming vacation rental in Wyoming
Wyoming boasts a wide range of fantastic vacation rentals, with a little something for every type of traveler. Vacation rentals here boast an “All-American” aesthetic, with wood-panelled exteriors, fireplaces, and charming western design details. Opt for a cozy rental tucked away in a forested area with a private balcony or patio area where you can enjoy uninterrupted views of nature. Several vacation rentals come equipped with fireplaces, where you can stay warm during the colder months. If you’ll be visiting during the summertime, opt for a rental with a private pool where you can splash around to cool off. There are rentals tucked away in nature, and rentals situated in more populous areas. With so many excellent vacation rentals available in Wyoming, you’ll be sure to find something suited perfectly to your travel preferences!
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The area and getting around
The most popular and convenient place to fly in and out of in Wyoming is Jackson Hole Airport, which is home to the largest airport in the state. The airport offers international and domestic flights, and is located near many of Wyoming’s most popular attractions including the Grand Teton National Park, the city of Jackson, and more!Getting around Wyoming
Wyoming is a vast state filled with natural wonders and not so many people. Many points of interest are quite spread out and almost nothing can be reached on foot. It will be crucial to rely on a private car during your time in Wyoming. You can hire a car at Jackson Hole Airport, as well as in any major towns or cities in the state.
Travelers and activities
Wyoming is home to one of the best ski and snowboarding resorts in the world– Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Set in the town of Jackson in Teton County, the ski resort is open between Thanksgiving and April. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing here. There’s also an aerial tram with scenic gondola rides! It’s the perfect place to enjoy a winter vacation with the whole family!Wyoming for families
Wyoming is a wild and beautiful vacation destination for families of all ages to enjoy together. Hike to Devil’s Tower National Monument, which is a butte formation composed of igneous rock in northeastern Wyoming. The paved walking trail is easy to follow, and the enormous freestanding rock formation is a sight like no other!
Wyoming earned the nickname “The Equality State” because it was the first state in the United States to give women the right to vote!
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This scenic national park boasts the towering, pointy peaks of the Teton mountain range. It’s also a popular destination for a variety of outdoor activities, including walking, swimming, fishing, and water sports. There are several walking trails here of varying difficulties to be enjoyed here. Spend some time exploring the scenic park on foot and try to spot some wildlife along the way!2. Drive around Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is one of the crown jewels of Wyoming. You can explore the enormous park by car, but at least a few days are required to see all the many attractions inside the park! Enjoy wildlife animals sightings and spectacular scenery from the roads. Also, be sure to visit the stunning Mammoth Hot Springs, which boast a natural formation of geothermal pools surrounded by snow-white calcium carbonate deposits.3. See Independence Rock
Take a step into the past and enjoy a glimpse of the early settler’s journeys at Independence Rock State Historic Site. The enormous rock is situated near the Oregon Trail and names of several pioneers are carved into it. Stop by to see the rock and read the informational plaques which go into depth about the history of the pioneers.4. See the stunning Grand Prismatic Spring
Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest natural hot spring in the United States and is most well-known for its striking rainbow-coloured design. The large hot-spring pool boasts vibrant concentric prisms of red, orange, yellow, green, and blue. You can walk to the springs and snap some photos of this incredibly picturesque phenomenon!5. Watch the Old Faithful geyser spray water from the earth
Situated inside of Yellowstone National Park, this famed natural geyser ejects an enormous amount of water spraying from the earth every 44 minutes. It’s a magical sight to behold, and very predictable, so you can be sure to see Old Faithful in action any time you visit!