Wyoming: one state, one area code – 307. Each year on March 7, Wyomingites and folks far and wide who share a love for the Cowboy State celebrate all of their favorite things about Wyoming.

How to Celebrate 307 Day

Show support for the state by visiting local businesses, eating at your favorite Wyoming restaurant or discovering our wide-open spaces. Whether that is exploring the scenic trails of Snowy Range, casting a line into Fremont Lake — Wyoming’s second-largest natural lake — or stargazing near the iconic Devils Tower National Monument.

307 Day at Devils Tower Stargazing

Explore Wyoming’s diverse regions, each offering pathways to the state’s national parks: Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Uncover hidden gems, state parks, distinctive attractions and outdoor adventures by embarking on a road trip through these carefully curated regions, providing an enriching journey through the heart of Wyoming on the upcoming 307 Day.

Those unable to celebrate 307 Day in the state can share a photo on social media that was taken in Wyoming using hashtags #ThatsWY and #307Day and tag the location where the photo was taken.

Additionally, show pride for Wyoming with a WY selfie using augmented reality filters on Instagram and Snapchat. Use 307 stickers in your Instagram stories or reels by searching “307day” in the Instagram sticker library.

There are no shortage of ways to celebrate the 44th state. Here are a couple of captivating facts that shed light on why Wyoming holds such a special place in the hearts of many:

  • Wyoming is home to the first national park, monument and forest. Yellowstone National Park, Devils Tower National Monument and Shoshone National Forest.
  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site was featured in the Oregon Trail video game.
  • Cody is the rodeo capital of the world.
  • Wyoming’s state animal is the bison.
  • Wyoming is the least populated state yet ninth largest state in terms of land area.
  • Wyoming became the first state to grant women the right to vote.
  • The Cowboy Country Swing Club in Laramie holds the Guinness World Record for largest swing dance.

Happy 307 Day!

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