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National Parks

Getting to Yellowstone and Grand Teton is Half the Fun

Seeing the national parks of Wyoming is an essential part of the American West experience. With erupting geysers, massive waterfalls, soaring peaks and abundant wildlife, Yellowstone and Grand Teton represent the wildest attributes of the entire region.

But often, the best experiences occur along the way. Sweetwater County, Wyoming is not only located on one of the main thoroughfares to the national parks, but it's located in between them and the majestic national parks of Utah — Canyonlands, Arches and Capitol Reef. 

7 Must-See Sights on the Way to Wyoming's National Parks

Stop In Rock Springs & Green River for Can’t-Miss Attractions


Grand Teton National Park

Rocky Mountain Scenery at Its Best



America’s First National Park is Still Its Best


Embrace Winter Adventures in Rock Springs and Green River

Stay and Play en Route to Wyoming's National Parks


The Ultimate Road Trip Stopover

Explore the "Salt to Stone" Region


Scenic Drives and Byways

On the Way to Wyoming's National Parks