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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Best Places for Viewing Wildlife in the Laramie Area

Would you like to watch a herd of white-tailed deer bolt through a field, their signature white tails held high like flags? Or witness a stately bull elk standing regally in a mountain meadow? If the answer is yes, you need to visit Laramie, Wyoming! The Laramie area is home to an abundance of…

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Laramie's Best Pet-Friendly Accommodations

Planning a visit to the Laramie area and need pet-friendly accommodations? Laramie is a very pet-friendly town. With numerous parks and walking trails, there are plenty of places to exercise your four-legged friends. Many restaurants with outdoor dining welcome well-behaved dogs. It doesn’t matter…

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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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6 Things to Know Before Camping in Wyoming

Sitting around a crackling campfire, listening to the whisper of wind through the pine trees, under a star-studded sky—what could be better? Camping in Wyoming is a magical experience. Whether you are an experienced or a novice camper, here are six important things to know before embarking on a…

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