Douglas is Jackalope City

Train enthusiasts enjoy Converse County! Stop in the community of Lost Springs, located along Highway 18/20. From the community park, trains can be seen making their way down the triple tracks. 

 The community is also home to a post office and an antique store. It’s the smallest incorporated town in Wyoming and perhaps the entire United States!

Always view trains from a safe distance, keeping yourself and your belongings clear of the tracks AT ALL TIMES!

 

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  • Exploring the Paleon

    The Paleon Museum works to find, excavate, prepare and displays fossils found in Wyoming! “The Paleon is an...
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  • Architecture Scavenger Hunt

    Lots of visitors to Douglas are into architecture. It's for this brand of traveler that this fun scavenger...
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  • Train-Themed Lunch!

    Have lunch in downtown Douglas in one of two train themed restaurants. Bring the family for some fun dining...
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  • Coal Trains in Action

    All aboard to head north and see trains in action! About 18 miles north of Douglas on Highway 59, trains can...
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  • Lost Springs Train Viewing

    Train enthusiasts enjoy Converse County! Stop in the community of Lost Springs, located along Highway 18/20....
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  • Douglas is Jackalope City

    Did you know that Douglas is known as Jackalope City? There are lots of great jackalope themed activities to...
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