From Fort Fetterman to Glenrock's Deer Creek Museum, Wyoming's past comes alive at the museums & historic sites scattered across Converse County!
The little town of Glenrock has a surprising past. It was once roamed by dinosaurs! Visit the museum or participate in an actual dinosaur dig with their "DIG SCHOOL"
This magnificent rare rock formation is one of three natural bridges spanning over water in the nation. The park is a local favorite for picnics, hiking and swimming.
Mark your calendars for Wyoming's PREMIER SUMMER EVENT the 110th Wyoming State Fair in Douglas on
August 16-20, 2022
Explore the natural beauty of east-central Wyoming and enjoy the dependable comforts of our Travelodge Bill WY hotel. Conveniently located off I-80, our non-smoking property offers amenities to enhance your adventures, including free WiFi, a 24/7 diner, free parking, and a fitness center. Rest and rejuvenate in guest rooms designed to block out disruptive light and sound. Just 35 miles from Converse County Airport (DGW), we provide easy access to Thunder Basin, Ayres Natural Bridge, and Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum.
Learn about pioneer life, enjoy the great outdoors, or go to the rodeo
Founded in 1887 as part of the country’s railroad expansion, Douglas lies along the historic Oregon and Bozeman Trails. Go back in time and learn about the area’s rich history at the Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum and Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center. Fort Fetterman and Camp Douglas WWII P.O.W. camp will also interest history buffs. Plan a picnic by the awe-inspiring Ayres Natural Bridge or go for a hike in the sprawling grasslands and forests of Thunder Basin. If you’re here in early August, don’t miss the rides and rodeo at the Wyoming State Fair.
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