Wheatland, Wyoming is an ideal place to stop as you head north into Wyoming along I-25.
This town is just south of popular destinations like Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Guernsey State Park and Glendo State Park. Take a walk through downtown Wheatland and find a number of murals depicting the town’s history. Stop in at Windy Peaks Brewery & Steakhouse for a beer and a burger — or a Wyoming steak. Learn more about this part of Wyoming at the Laramie Peak Museum, which showcases local history and artifacts. Stretch your legs in Lewis Park, a city park that allows camping. Walking paths, picnic tables, disc golf, tennis courts and more can be found in this park. If you happen to be in Wheatland in July, be sure to attend the Platte County Fair & Rodeo.
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