Early day mail and stage stations along the Oregon Trail eventually grew into permanent Wyoming towns. A case in point is the Old Horseshoe Stage Station, now the town of Glendo – best known today for its popular outdoor recreation opportunities in the area. Just south of Glendo, a white post marks the site of the Old Horseshoe Stage Station. The station, situated on the Oregon Trail, served as a frontier Overland Stage, Pony Express and telegraph station.

Recreation opportunities are endless in the area with Glendo Reservoir only a couple miles from town to the east. Boating, skiing, fishing, camping, hiking, and much more can be taken advantage of at Glendo State Park.

Glendo lies along I-25, one hundred miles north of Cheyenne. 

Population: 229
Elevation: 4790
Region: Central

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