Wyoming Historic Sites

From battlefields and forts to the Historic Governor's Mansion to the Oregon Trail ruts, Wyoming is home to a rich and diverse history. Wyoming played a large role in the formation of the West as we know it and there is no shortage of ways to relive and experience it for yourself. In addition to Fort Laramie National Historic site, Wyoming is also home many other military forts including Fort Bridger, Camp Douglas and many others.

Learn more about the historic sites in Wyoming at Wyoming State Parks and at the links below.  In addition to these state historic sites, explore the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, Medicine Wheel, and the Sheridan Inn. Browse the listings below to discover all of Wyoming's historical sites and destinations

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Wyoming State Parks

Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites

Wyoming's 12 state parks are some of the best places to unplug. From camping and fishing to hiking and swimming, there's no shortage of things to do on our state-owned lands.

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Wyoming Game & Fish Department

Wyoming Game & Fish Department

Wyoming offers plenty of stunning areas to drop a line or an anchor. Rely on the Wyoming Game & Fish Department to help you sort through licensing and regulations before your vacation.

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