Travel Resources & Alerts
Winter Driving Danger: While driving this winter be sure to keep an eye on the weather and the roads. Wyoming is full of beauty but its winter driving conditions can be hazardous. Come not only prepared to drive in the snow but with a plan in place if you get stuck. Cell phone service is not something you can rely on in all parts of the state. Keep your fuel above half as much as possible. These simple rules will help you have a safe and memorable vacation.
COVID-19 Information: COVID-19 travel guidelines change frequently. We encourage you to check in with cities, businesses and events before setting out and to keep up to date with the latest travel guidelines in the U.S. and Wyoming.
National Parks & Monuments: Starting mid-December 2022 until mid-March 2023 most roads into and around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks will be closed to automobiles. Most will, however, be open to commercially guided snowmobiles and stagecoach tours and via the non-commercially guided snowmobile access program.
Most facilities are closed during the winter and you will have limited connectivity on cellular devices. Make sure to prepare for winter conditions and respect the wildlife. While winter is a slower season in the parks all rules still apply.
State Parks: State parks are open to everyone for day use and overnight stays. Yurts, cabins and campsites must be reserved in advance through Wyoming State Parks’ reservation system.
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