It's all rodeos and rock climbing near Cheyenne—plus biking, hiking, and horseback riding.
Experience the Wild West in Cheyenne, the capital city of Wyoming. In town, immerse yourself in cowboy culture at the rodeo and the CFD Old West Museum. Then, head into the Laramie Mountains for fishing, hiking, biking, and hunting. With a vast variety of RV parks and campgrounds, it’s easy to find a cozy home base. Get away from it all with a lakeside site at Curt Gowdy State Park’s 12 campgrounds. At Aspen Grove, you’ll even find a corral for your horses. Located near two reservoirs off of I-80, this massive park is popular with anglers and boaters. On land, you can bike singletrack or climb in the rock garden. If you’re bringing horses, Aspen Grove is your jam. For wooded RV and tent sites, head into the Medicine Bow National Forest. At Vedauwoo, scramble granite rock formations or hike through fields of wildflowers. Campsites here have picnic tables and fire rings; book early to get a spot. Or, head to Tie City Campground for first-come, first-served spots near mountain-bike trails.