WY Drive? Every road leads to adventure | That's WY
Every road leads to adventure
Wyoming is a state that's meant to be driven. With so many incredible sights to be seen and can't-miss stops along the way, it's best to pack your favorite snacks, fine-tune your playlist and take to the roads. Searching for your perfect route to adventure? We have suggestions.
Experience a Wild Drive
Viewing wildlife in Wyoming provides an exciting and diverse experience for visitors. Count how many of our more than 100 mammal species and 400 bird species you can spot on the wild road trip.
Wyoming is broken into four regions, all of which travel toward the state's northwest corner, which is home to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. These regions are meant to guide you through parts of the state that shouldn't be missed, including national forests, state parks, mountain ranges, historical sites and more. View the regional itineraries below to start planning your trip.
Detours through Wyoming’s Black Hills National Forest, Devils Tower National Monument and Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area are encouraged in the Black to Yellow region.
Prefer the scenic route? We have 21.
Wyoming features stunning views in every direction, so it's no surprise our state has 21 official scenic byways to choose from. Plan a drive along one of these routes to twist, turn and climb through some of Wyoming's most breathtaking landscapes. All you need is a camera and a playlist epic enough to match the views.