From Yellowstone, America’s first National Park, and Shoshone National Forest, the nation’s first forest reserve, to Devil’s Tower, the nation’s first National Monument, Wyoming offers numerous opportunities for families seeking fun and adventure. One Wyoming city, Laramie—the home of the University of Wyoming—draws countless numbers of visitors because of nearby attractions. The Snowy Range Mountains and the 12,013-foot Medicine Bow Peak tower over the city’s western horizon; the rugged 7,000-foot Laramie Mountains define the city’s eastern horizon. Laramie’s Historic Downtown District contains many original nineteenth-century buildings still in use today. The mountains, historic districts, Laramie Jubilee Days in July, plus several museums, lakes and ski areas make Laramie a prime vacation spot. However, another attraction, the Wyoming Territorial Park, offers visitors a chance to become part of the fabled Wild West. When planning their vacations, families should consider the Wyoming Territorial Park in Laramie, Wyoming.
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