Wyoming is Calling: Plan Your Next Vacation
Today, in celebration of National Plan for Vacation Day, Wyoming wants to encourage Americans to plan their next vacation to the Cowboy State to explore its history, diverse landscapes and wild west charm.
According to the U.S. Travel Association, Americans continue to leave vacation days unused each year. In fact, more than 705 million vacation days went unused in 2018. The report also revealed that Americans are split on their preferences to save or splurge while traveling. Luckily, Wyoming offers tools to ease the process of trip planning and has a wealth of accommodations from camping at affordable locations to spending time in luxury resorts.
To help travelers plan their next getaway, Wyoming has easy road trip guides that explore the state’s iconic parks, western history and outdoor adventure. Itineraries include:
- Salt to Stone: Discover treasures like Fossil Butte National Monument, Killpecker Sand Dunes and Jackson Lake during this route from Wyoming’s southwest corner to the northwest.
- Rockies to Tetons: Experience the grandeur of the Snowy, Medicine Bow and Wind River mountain ranges while traveling from south-central Wyoming to the state’s northwest region.
- Park to Park: Visit the charming small towns, soak in soothing hot springs and delve into pioneer history during this route that travels from Wyoming’s southeast to its northwest corner.
- Black to Yellow: Take in Wyoming landmarks like Devils Tower National Monument and the Bighorn Mountains, and enjoy outdoor adventures like hiking, climbing and biking in the region spanning Wyoming’s northern border from east to west.
Wyoming offers additional helpful resources including unique lodging offerings,stargazing opportunities and much more. Wyoming is also an ideal location to visit in 2019, with events occurring across the state in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.
Travelers can share their experiences on social media using #ThatsWY and #ThatsWYWomen. For more information on planning a vacation in Wyoming, click here. For more details regarding the Wyoming Office of Tourism or Wyoming’s 150th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage, visit TravelWyoming.com.