Historic Converse County
History, Legend & Lore

From Fort Fetterman to Glenrock's Deer Creek Museum, Wyoming's past comes alive at the museums & historic sites scattered across Converse County!

Paleon Museum
The Paleon Museum

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"

Ayers Natural Bridge & Park
Ayers Natural Bridge & Park

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.

Wyoming State Fair
Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo

Mark your calendars for Wyoming's PREMIER SUMMER EVENT the 110th Wyoming State Fair in Douglas on
August 16-20, 2022

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Whether planning a family vacation, a road trip with friends, or a romantic getaway Converse County is a great place to visit. Enjoy world-class outdoor recreation, fun events like the Wyoming State Fair, shopping, dining, historic sites and more. Come make some memories!
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Outdoor Recreation

Looking for an epic outdoor adventure? We have all kinds of recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to explore. Discover wildlife, state parks, public lands and miles of trails to traverse. Bring your camera and make some memories!

Collectible Stickers Hunt

While you're out exploring Douglas & Glenrock make sure to keep an eye out for free collectible Jackalope Stickers at participating area businesses & attractions!
Collect Jackalope Stickers in Glenrock & Douglas

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Two Creek Ranch

752 Esterbrook Road,Converse County, Douglas, Wyoming, 82633

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We are a family owned working guest ranch that has been in business since 1966. We offer a true western cowboy experience. We also offer deer and antelope hunts.


If one of your dreams is to be part of the western lifestyle and see some western scenery not shared with too many folks, then come spend some time with the crew at the Two Creek Ranch.

Two Creek Ranch is a family-owned working cattle ranch. The winter and spring range is located 8 miles south of Douglas, Wyoming, nestled along the North Platte River, with the LaBonte and Wagonhound Creeks winding through parts of the rolling pastureland.

The Oregon Trail straddles a portion of the range, where the ruts remain visible today. We have two summer ranges; one 30 miles south of Douglas on Cottonwood Creek and the other 75 miles southwest of Douglas on the Laramie Plains. Two Creek Ranch has been shared with guests since 1987.

We invite you to share this life with us on seven different cattle-moving experiences, or you may prefer to come visit and share some "Daly" ranch life.

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752 Esterbrook Road,Converse County, Douglas, Wyoming, 82633
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About Converse County

Discover Our Wild Western History & Scenic Beauty

Welcome to Converse County, Wyoming! While you're here you can take some time to discover the area sites. In Douglas, you'll want to visit the historic downtown area where you can dine, shop and snap a photo with the jackalope statue in Jackalope Square. You can also stop by the visitors center to pick up a visitors guide or map. Glenrock has an amazing dinosaur museum, a historic hotel & dining room called the Hotel Higgins an expansive city park with a historic train bridge over the river. There is a lot more to explore too. We hope you enjoy your visit!

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