Let Adventure be your Destination

Discover a path less traveled to Wyoming’s national parks.

Wyoming is broken into several regions, all of which lead to the state’s most-visited destinations: Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. These regions are meant to guide you through parts of the state that shouldn’t be missed, including state parks, unique attractions, outdoor recreation opportunities and more. There are many ways to arrive at your destination, but planning a road trip through one of these regions is a great way to discover Wyoming.

National Parks

Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks
The National Parks Region is a place where you check off your bucket list, where you realize cameras could never capture such splendor, where you make memories to last a lifetime.
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Black to Yellow

Black Hills to Yellowstone
What is the Black to Yellow Region? It’s mystical and spiritual lands along the plains of northeastern Wyoming, where stories of the American West whisper through the pines. It’s got the nation’s first national monument, Devils Tower, where you’ll wonder at the mystery of its existence in this sacred place.
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Park to Park

Historic Park to Park Highway to Yellowstone
The Park to Park Region is where history leads to adventure. It’s Thermopolis, where the prehistoric past of the Wyoming Dinosaur Center leads to an alien landscape shaped by mineral water at Hot Springs State Park. It’s Casper, where the Oregon Trail Ruts, Independence Rock and other fragments of the westward expansion lead to world-renowned fly fishing along blue-ribbon waters.
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Rockies to Tetons

Rocky Mountains to Teton Range & Yellowstone
The Rockies to Tetons Region is where you can find epic outdoor adventures amid stunning mountain backdrops. Find solitude on a hike through pine and spruce trees to open vistas and sparkling streams in Medicine Bow National Forest. Find your strength rock climbing sandstone, granite and limestone crags in Sinks Canyon, Vedauwoo or Grand Teton National Park.
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Salt to Stone

Salt Lake City to Yellowstone
The Salt to Stone Region is where you can discover something new. Starting in southwest Wyoming, this is the ideal route to Yellowstone for travelers coming from Salt Lake City. Discover desert landscapes as you go off-roading in the expansive Killpecker Sand Dunes or boat, fish and kayak amid whimsical rock formations and kaleidoscopic hues at Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area.
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Old Faithful Geyser Eruption in Yellowstone National Park at Sunset