Fire Alert SmallCampfires are only permitted in USDA Forest Service approved and installed fire pits/grates, or gas-fueled devices with an on/off switch. All other campfires or fires, including charcoal barbecues, fireworks, and more, are prohibited. Click here to view the full list of Stage 1 restrictions.

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Ultimate Laramie Jubilee Days Weekend

Looking for some mid-summer fun? How about the ultimate Laramie Jubilee Days weekend? Laramie Jubilee Days is known as Wyoming’s Hometown Celebration. With a PRCA Rodeo, Mr. T Xtreme Bull Riding, live music, carnival, and so much more, this is one summer festival you won't want to miss. Originally…

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The Best Campgrounds and Parks in Laramie

Laramie boasts some of the best campgrounds and parks in Wyoming. There are so many ways to enjoy the immense natural beauty and beautiful weather of summertime Laramie, from hiking, fishing, and kayaking to just a simple picnic in the park. Whether you stay in-town or just outside of Laramie in the…

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Vedauwoo: Land of the Earth-born Spirit

Vedauwoo is known as “the land of the earth-born spirit.” This is a fitting name for an area dominated by amazing rock formations and stunning views. Driving on Interstate 80 between Laramie and Cheyenne, the gigantic rock “piles” of Vedauwoo rise up unexpectedly on the north side of the…

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How to Extend Your Stay in Laramie

Looking for a way to extend your vacation or work stay in Laramie? The possibilities are just about endless. Laramie is known as a great destination for a day trip of hiking, climbing, snowmobiling, skiing, or fishing. However, it's also great to extend your stay and stay for a full weekend. There…

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