The authentic mountainous American West: that's Wyoming in a nutshell. Tourists flock here to experience its wide-open plains, starry skies, breathtaking views, and abundant room to roam. If you plan a visit, you'll find cheap hotels in Wyoming and unique Wyoming resorts where visitors can stay in log cabins or tepees. You can't get more authentic than that!
Wyoming is divided into five regions. Northwest Wyoming is home to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, both hugely popular tourist destinations. The state's southwest region also draws nature lovers and history enthusiasts, who come here to visit such attractions as the Flaming Gorge Recreational Area, Pilot Butte Wild Horse Loop, and Fossil Butte National Monument. Central Wyoming boasts history museums and relics spanning from the days of the Oregon Trail. Since the North Platte River runs through this section of the state, fishing, swimming, and floating are popular pastimes. Wyoming's northeast region houses Devil's Tower, the country's first national monument.
Southeast Wyoming is home to the cities of Laramie and Cheyenne, the state capital and largest metropolitan area. Even if your visit is mostly taken up by national park visits, you shouldn't consider your visit to the state complete without a stay in one of the many Cheyenne Wyoming hotels that appeal to a range of budgets. This bustling city is known as the country's rodeo and railroad capital, and it's packed with museums, dude ranches, botanic gardens, and all types of Western-themed attractions, restaurants, and shops.
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Hotels in Wyoming start at $50 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.