Douglas is home to the Wyoming State Fair and Rodeo but there's more to explore!
Have a hearty breakfast downtown and then head out and visit everything Douglas has to offer.
Situated on the banks of the North Platte River, Douglas is known for the world-famous jackalope. A statue of the fictitious creature, a cross between a jackrabbit and an antelope, stands at the heart of downtown in Jackalope Square. Begin your day in Jackalope Square at this one-of-a kind photo backdrop. Post your photos with #JackalopeCity!
Boutique shops, book stores and historic buildings line the streets of downtown Douglas. They’re within easy walking distance of Jackalope Square. Do some shopping and have lunch at one of the local restaurants.
Douglas, Wyoming is a river town! One of the best ways to enjoy the river is on the Douglas biking path where people gather to jog, walk, cycle, fish and relax. The paved pathway follows the North Platte River and you are likely to spot wildlife; especially in the mornings and evenings.
The Douglas Municipal Water Park is a family friendly favorite featuring swimming pools, splash park, water slides, and concessions.
This course is ranked as one of the top in Wyoming! It offers a full 18 hole course with incredible views and the opportunity to spot deer, antelope and other wildlife as you play. The clubhouse has delicious food and drink and an inviting atmosphere.
A visit to Douglas is not complete without an evening on the town. Whether your group is a burger and bowling crowd, cinemafiles, or craft brew aficionados there is plenty to experience.