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Wyoming Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up Wyoming, please click on a location for more information.

You have to admire the state that includes Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and classic Western towns with names like Cheyenne, Cody (of “Buffalo Bill” fame), Casper and Laramie. Much of Wyoming and many condos in Wyoming are “off the beaten path” as communities named Buffalo and Moose give hints as to what might be more prevalent statewide than people. From live glaciers and an average January high of 30 degrees to full-service Wyoming resorts and nearby local breweries, Wyoming needs to be experienced.

Western Wyoming is very mountainous while the eastern part of the state is a prairie landscape. Ranches are large and plentiful, averaging 2,726 acres each, and there are 11 mountain ranges in this state that is also full of Indian battleground sites. Your Wyoming vacation rental might be near town, but it is likely surrounded by peace and tranquility.

Wyoming is a prime location for world-class hunting and fishing. Choose a Wyoming rental that is near a hunting outfitter or a vacation house in Wyoming that is beside a trout-filled freshwater lake. Guided big-game hunts can yield antelope, moose, bear and bison. With so many mountains, the number of mountain creeks that are ideal for fly fishing is exhausting. Bighorn National Forest alone contains 200 lakes. And in winter, ice fishing is all the rage for those staying in a Wyoming house rental nearby.

The year-round outdoor activities in Wyoming range from easy to extreme. Hiking the paved trails, floating through the Grand Teton National Park’s Snake River, soaking in the hot springs near your Wyoming rental and skiing the packed powder of Jackson’s Snow King Mountain are great for beginners. Skiing the 6,000-foot vertical drops over Mount Moran’s rugged terrain, heli-skiing, snowmobiling to Yellowstone’s geysers and rock climbing Wyoming’s mountain faces are for the more experienced outdoorsmen. Pick a Wyoming house rental that is close to the activities you want to do most.

Wyoming Condo Rentals in Memorable Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is an 80- by 15-mile valley bordered by the Grand Teton mountain ranges. A treasure trove for artists and recreational enthusiasts, the city of Jackson has an unmatched cowboy culture. Saloons sit alongside art galleries and four renowned elk antler arches anchor the town square. Take a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge. It’s the 24,700-acre winter home for 7,500 elk, one of the largest North American herds.

When your Wyoming condo is in Jackson, Yellowstone National Park is just down the road. Named for the gold-colored cliffs that line the canyon, Yellowstone sits atop one of earth’s largest active volcanoes. The magma below the surface vents and steams, giving rise to hot springs and geysers, especially the wildly popular Old Faithful which erupts every 80 to 90 minutes. Explore this park on foot, horseback, boat, snowcoach, snowmobile or car, though note that some roads close in winter.

Wyoming Resorts and Wyoming Vacation Rentals Are Close to Renowned Sites

Bring your family to a condo in Wyoming where you can visit sites that commemorate some of the state’s, nation’s and world’s firsts. Wyoming’s first Catholic mass was held in 1840 at the site of the Father DeSmet Monument near Pinedale. In 1872 Yellowstone became the world’s first national park and Devils Tower in the Black Hills region was the nation’s first national monument. In 1951 Cheyenne’s F.E. Warren Air Force Base was the first intercontinental ballistic missile base.

Your Wyoming vacation might include a visit to natural wonders like Alcova’s Independence Rock, a 193-foot high granite boulder that has a 27-acre base, or the Red Desert, an area of shifting sand dunes that’s second in size to the Sahara Desert and home to one of the country’s largest herds of wild horses. Select a Wyoming rental in close proximity to Cody where the Irmo Hotel features an appreciation gift, a $100,000 bar, from Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill for his Wild West Show. A Buffalo, Wyoming condo rental might be near the Occidental Hotel, Wyoming’s only fully restored frontier hotel where guests included Calamity Jane and Teddy Roosevelt. Visit the Cowgirls of the West Museum in Cheyenne that is near Wyoming condos.

Fort Laramie National History Site features 11 restored structures, including an 1874 cavalry barracks, which give insight into daily life at this post. A western Wyoming condo or vacation house in Wyoming might be near the Wind River Indian Reservation’s 2.2 million acres that showcase powwows, rodeos, Sun Dances, Christmas dances and the Shoshone Cultural Center.