Visiting Wyoming

Wyoming has some of the most unspoiled beauty in the US, home to much of Yellowstone National Park - including Old Faithful - not to mention Grand Teton National Park. Despite being one of the largest states in the country, Wyoming is the least populous of all 50 and its vastness and mountain peaks draw hikers and skiers to places like Devils Tower and Jackson Hole.

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do, browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo. ... Read More
Wyoming has some of the most unspoiled beauty in the US, home to much of Yellowstone National Park - including Old Faithful - not to mention Grand Teton National Park. Despite being one of the largest states in the country, Wyoming is the least populous of all 50 and its vastness and mountain peaks draw hikers and skiers to places like Devils Tower and Jackson Hole.

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do, browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo.    Close

Stories and Tips Wyoming

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Yellowstone - Day 3

Written by MilwVon on 21 Jul, 2012

Friday July 13th"Unlucky Friday the 13th" . . . HA! What another great day to be in Yellowstone National Park, enjoying nature and the beauty that surrounded me.Overnight we had quite the thunderstorm in the northern area of Yellowstone NP. At one…Read More


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Yellowstone & Grand Teton (part 1)

Written by MilwVon on 21 Jul, 2012

Saturday July 14thI woke up early (5:30am) and was ready to hit the road after my good-byes with Nanc. She was actually up before me and ready to get moving first, so it worked out just about perfectly. As I did my last…Read More


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Yellowstone & Grand Teton (part 2)

Written by MilwVon on 21 Jul, 2012

Saturday July 14th (con't)Earlier in the week, I met a couple from Portage, Wisconsin. In talking about the wildlife we'd seen, I was envious that he had seen moose. He told me that he had been told of a marsh area just beyond…Read More


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Hot, Hot, Hot . . . Home Sweet Home

Written by MilwVon on 21 Jul, 2012

Sunday July 15thI rested well at the KOA in Buffalo, awaking as the sun rose at 5:15am. I got around, straightening out the inside of the van in preparation for my long drive home to Wisconsin. I was showered and on the road…Read More


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The Best Part of Jackson Hole is the Town Square

Written by two cruisers on 26 Mar, 2012

We spent a day and a half walking around the heart of Jackson, WY. I love to shop and Bill does too...up to a point. At when he reaches that point, the commerce dept of Jackson, placed benches. Of course the prime photo-op are the…Read More


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Day 2 - Wyoming and Montana

Written by whenilk38 on 10 Jan, 2010

Having awakened at my hotel in Rapid City and breakfasted at a buffet, I headed west into Wyoming and Montana with a destination that night in Bozeman. I had a beautiful day until I had passed…Read More


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Want to Start Tent Camping? Hints for Newbies

Written by creekland on 17 Oct, 2006

Since we love traveling, and are on a limited budget, it didn't take us long to figure out by tent camping you save a LOT of money, thus I was willing to give it a try. I never figured I'd enjoy it as much as…Read More


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Yellowstone National Park

Written by Slaney on 05 Aug, 2006

This area of 3,472 square miles was made a National Park in 1872 and was America’s first National Park.  96% in Wyoming, 3% in Montana and Idaho having1% and although there is an active volcano underground, 2,835649 people visited in 2005 (4 of which were…Read More


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Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Written by Slaney on 05 Aug, 2006

www.nps.gov/yell Yellowstone National Park has deer, elk, bison, goats and antelope, grizzly and black bear, 50 species of other animals and 311 species of birds. Some species are threatened (bald eagles, grizzly and lynx) and endangered (whooping crane and grey wolf), and we were…Read More


One regret...

Written by Scotch on 05 Jun, 2000

The single largest regret that I have about our short trip to Jackson Hole was that we didn’t get the opportunity to experience the gorgeous snow conditions and wonderful terrain of Grand Targhee, which is a fairly short 1 hr 45 min. drive from Jackson…Read More


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