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Nature - Resorts and Lodges in Wyoming
With its diverse geography ranging from wide-open plains, swaths of high desert, and sweeping mountain ranges, Wyoming is an outdoor lover’s dream and a great place to discover the American West. The nation’s least populous state offers a wealth of outdoor recreation and sightseeing opportunities, including the nation's first National Park, unspoiled mountains, vast forests, crystal-clear rivers and wilderness areas. Nearly half the state is designated as public land, so there will never be a shortage of nature to explore in Wyoming!
Nature-lovers will adore the spectacular landscapes and abundant wildlife of Jackson, Wyoming. Rusty Parrot Lodge puts you in the heart of all of this incredible scenery. Breathe in the fresh air as you soak up the stunning peaks of the Tetons, head out on a wildlife expedition or a nature tour. Nearby Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone...
The breathtakingly beautiful Sheep Mountain and Medicine Bow National Forest are just minutes away from Vee Bar Guest Ranch and the perfect place for nature-lovers. Explore this beautiful area by foot or on horseback! Or, just unwind onsite on your private cabin deck and take in the views as you relax with a good book!
Reconnect with nature by embarking on an adventurous pack trip during a stay at Triangle X Ranch. Comprised of more than 6,000 square miles, the Wyoming back country is a showcase for America’s premier wilderness areas with unsurpassed horseback riding, fishing, wildlife viewing, and natural scenery. Truly a perfect backdrop for any type of...
Located in the beautiful landscapes of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Jackson Hole Lodge is a nature-lover's paradise. Here, you're surrounded by the beautiful Grand Teton and Targhee Mountains, and just a short drive from Yellowstone National Park! Come explore the glorious environment on a hiking trip, or go whitewater rafting, horseback riding, and...
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