There is nothing that incites the feeling of a winter wonderland than ice skating on a beautiful snowy day in Wyoming. Throughout the winter months, many Wyoming towns have indoor ice rinks open to the public, including Cheyenne, Laramie, Rock Springs, Pinedale, Sheridan, Cody, Casper, Gillette and Jackson. The true wonderland comes alive when several destinations have temporary outdoor community ice rinks. When the temperature dips, Casper turns its downtown plaza, David Street Station, into a community rink and Jackson converts a section of the Town Square into a skating rink. With hundreds of lakes in Wyoming and cold winter temperatures, many area lakes will freeze enough for a skate in nature. Always use caution and check with local authorities, the forest or park service, Wyoming Game & Fish or lakeside marinas when skating on natural lakes and reservoirs.