Plan your trip to Wyoming
Affectionately known as the Cowboy State, Wyoming is a place deeply rooted in tradition. The state takes great pride in preserving and cherishing its history and culture. Attractions such as the Buffalo Bill Heritage Center celebrate the spirit of the American West, as well as the culture and art that brings the heritage of Wyoming to life. It’s also worth noting that Yellowstone National Park is the nation’s first national park and Devil’s Tower is the first monument.
Featured Historical Resorts and Lodges in Wyoming
The Shoshone Lodge has stood in this Wyoming location for four generations, built by hand and ingenuity. The direct relatives of the current owners kept a sawmill here and crafted each cabin from natural surroundings. The lodge fireplace was built stone-by-stone from rocks hand picked by the original owners! It's as authentic as you can get!
Staying at Jackson Hole Lodge is like taking trip down memory lane. Discover the rich and varied history of Jackson Hole, originally named after a pioneer trapper. Learn about the Antiquities Act and the battle to create Grand Teton National Park. There's so much to learn about, you may have to come back a second time!
Explore the history of Cody at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, located just two miles from Big Bear Motel. This complex of five different museums will appeal to those looking to explore the native history of the area, natural history, and many other subjects.
Wyoming Top List Picks
The Cowboy State's Grand Tetons are more than a mountain climber's delight; they are the location of the best ski terrain in the nation. Outside America's oldest national park, the Grand Tetons have... more
Grass prairies, sparkling rivers, towering evergreen forests, alpine meadows, rugged peaks, dramatic canyons, and arid desert lands: all this and more awaits you in Bighorn National Forest! Explore... more