Welcome to Douglas & Glenrock in Converse County, Wyoming! There are many interesting things to see and do during your visit.
We host the Wyoming State Fair each year, have some of the best river access points for fishing & rafting and are also home to the world-famous Jackalope.
Here are our top recommendations of things to do and see while you're here. We hope you enjoy your visit!
Converse County is home to some of the best outdoor activities Wyoming has to offer. Explore over 5 miles of riverside trails, see a natural bridge over water or splash in the municipal water park. There's plenty of outdoor adventures to discover.
Converse County was a hub for those passing through on the Oregon Trail. Pioneers, outlaws and dreamers all passed through to make their fortunes. Our area museums and historic sites preserve that history.
Converse County is a great place to visit in the winter! Douglas has an ice skating rink for the kids, Glendo has fantastic ice fishing and there are some great places to get outside for cross country skiing & snowshoeing.
Looking for some kid-friendly activities? We have you covered. Kids love Glenrock's dinosaur museum, the Municipal Water park in Douglas and posing for a selfie with the famous Jackalope Square Statue.
Outdoor recreation in Converse County is top notch! There’s no finer place to pitch your tent or hit the trails than in beautiful Converse County.
Converse County is the perfect place for anglers. The North Platte River and its tributaries as well as nearby Glendo Reservoir are popular options.
Converse County ramps up the fun with collectible jackalope stickers. Discover local places where you can request a jackalope sticker to add to your collection.
There are two great golf courses for golf lovers to try out in Converse County; a 9 hole course in Glenrock and an 18 hole course in Douglas.