Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism

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Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism

Sweetwater County Travel and TourismWhether Rock Springs or Green River are your final Wyoming destinations or you’re visiting on the way to the National Parks, there are countless ways to create an adventure of your own.

Marvel at stunning rock formations, an expansive lake and abundant wildlife on a scenic drive through Southwest Wyoming and northern Utah. One of the nation's designated All-American Roads, the Flaming Gorge Scenic Byway is a 150-mile drive starting in Rock Springs and ending in Green River. From Rock Springs, your journey begins at Exit 99 off I-80, following U.S. Highway 191 south through the high desert country. Vast and untouched landscapes unfold which are home to large herds of pronghorn antelope, wild horses, mule deer and many species of raptors.

Sweetwater County, Wyoming was born to play. With thousands of acres of public land, trail systems galore and one of America’s most expansive reservoirs for boating, the options are seemingly limitless. Learn about all the outdoor activities, recreation centers, guided tours and other ways to play in this gorgeous corner of Wyoming. A trip to Yellowstone is a bucket-list-worthy adventure, but the journey to the park can be just as unforgettable as the park itself. With so many things to do and see, Wyoming keeps you coming back for more.

Get off the grid and reconnect with nature as you let your spirit run wild and make memories to last a lifetime.

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