Meeting & Event Planning

Whether you’re looking for an intimate corporate retreat at Vee Bar Guest Ranch or 38,000 square feet of conference space at Little America Hotel & Resort, Wyoming has hundreds of top-notch facilities and versatile venues to handle any type of event. Here are just a few more reasons to make Wyoming your next meeting or convention destination:

Getting to Know Wyoming

World-Class Outdoor Recreation

After the real business ends, take advantage of Wyoming’s 98,000 square feet of public land with hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, epic rock climbing, natural hot springs, wildlife watching and more:

Wyoming is home to the first national park (Yellowstone), first national monument (Devils Tower) and first national forest (Shoshone).

While the state is the 10th largest in the U.S. in square mileage, it is the least populated, with six people for every square mile – ensuring there’s plenty of room to roam.

Wyoming is a wildlife lover’s dream. The state’s abundance of wide-open spaces and varied landscapes support an impressive list of wildlife-watching opportunities.

With 27,000 miles of rivers and streams, the opportunities are endless for casting a line on Wyoming’s blue-ribbon waters.

Air Travel & Transportation

Nearly all Wyoming all Wyoming airports – including those in Casper, Cody, Gillette, Jackson, Laramie, Riverton, Rock Springs and Sheridan – offer direct flights to and/or from Denver and Salt Lake City. Nonstop air service to and from Jackson Hole Airport increases in the summer months and ski season with direct flights from Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Newark, New York City (JFK), Washinton D.C., San Franciso, Denver and Seattle.

If driving is more your style, nothing compares to a Wyoming road trip. With 21 scenic byways and 3 major interstates (I-25, I-80 and I-90) and countless itineraries, you’ll discover some of the state’s most breathtaking landscapes.

Western Hospitality  

As the last bastion of the West, Wyoming’s western hospitality will surely leave a lasting impression. Through hearty cuisine, charming downtowns and cultural experiences, the Cowboy State offers countless opportunities to be immersed in the western way of life.

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