Home of America's
first national park.

National Parks & Monuments

When it comes to visiting America's national parks, there's no better place to start than Wyoming. The northwest corner of the state is home to the very first national park—Yellowstone—and its neighbor to the south, Grand Teton.

But that's not all. Wyoming is also home to the country's first national monument, Devils Tower, as well as 25 national historic landmarks and 11 nationally recognized areas, trails and monuments. 

And with so many places to explore, finding the perfect road trip route to Wyoming's national parks can be a little overwhelming. To make your trip planning easier, we've created some popular itineraries to help plan your Wyoming adventure. You can also order a free Official Travelers Journal—filled with helpful tools and Wyoming information—here

Don’t forget to join the social conversation by using #ThatsWY and #FindYourPark to track your adventures and follow others. And if you need more inspiration, check out photos from around Wyoming on our Instagram account, @VisitWyoming.  


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