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In Cheyenne, Wyoming, Cheyenne KOA is the perfect place for your rental RV if you want to experience all that “The Magic City of the Plains” has to offer. Take a step back in time at the Frontier Days Old West Museum or climb, hike, and see the stunning rock formations in Medicine Bow National Forest. Tour the historic downtown district or unwind in the beauty of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
And don’t think the fun is over once you return to the campground. A family-friendly RV resort, camping at Cheyenne KOA means you’ll have access to a heated swimming pool, mini golf, communal fire pits, and more. In the mood for some friendly competition? There are plenty of yard games, including basketball, horseshoes, ladder ball, and four square. After you’ve had your fair share of recreation, you can freshen up in the bathhouse with warm showers or wash a load of laundry in the laundromat.
The sites at Cheyenne KOA are as unique as the RV rentals that occupy the spaces. Do you have a big rig? The campground has sites up to 85 feet long. Need full or partial hookups? Cheyenne KOA has both. Most campsites have picnic tables or are located near picnic tables. While camping here, you'll have access to Wi-Fi and cable TV hookups. With all the comforts of home, you won't want to go home.
Medicine Bow National Forest covers more than two million acres in the states of Wyoming and Colorado. With its grasslands, mountain ranges, and crystal clear lakes and streams, the national forest is home to various species of plants and animals and gives visitors the chance to engage in an array of recreational activities. You can bike, fish, hike, hunt, horseback ride, ATV ride, or just soak in the sights. Various winter sports are practiced here too. Whether you’re an avid outdoor enthusiast or just looking for your next Instagram post, Medicine Bow National Forest is definitely worth a visit when RV camping at Cheyenne KOA.
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens can be appreciated by all people, whether you’re a horticulturist or just someone who realizes the importance of plants. Boasting award-winning curated displays of plants, trees, and shrubs from around the world, the garden has something for everyone. Walk through the community vegetable garden or see what’s growing in the greenhouse. Have children? Stop by the Paul Smith Children’s Village, an attraction designed to teach concepts of sustainability from the past, present, and future. With interactive landscapes and story time in the Secret Garden, it’s great for children and those who are young at heart.
Vedauwoo Recreation Area is part of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and features some of the most spectacular natural sculptures in the area. View gravity-defying rock formations, some of which are up to 500 feet tall, and were created by water, wind, and ice. Atop the formations, the view is breathtaking. With dense pine forests directly below and vast plains on the horizon, Vedauwoo Recreation Area is a place of profound beauty.
It’s always nice to acquaint yourself with any city that you’re visiting. Do just that when you book a Cheyenne camper rental and take a historical walking tour of downtown Cheyenne. You can also hop on the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley starting at the Cheyenne Depot for a fully-narrated Historic Tour. Check out the Nelson Museum of the West for a view of Cowboy and Native American objects, Western art, and more. Catch a show at the Cheyenne Civic Center, or learn about the history of the railroad at the Cheyenne Depot Museum. After exploring the town, grab something to eat at one of the local restaurants or bars, shop in the unique boutiques, or enjoy some local events.
The University of Wyoming Geological Museum in Laramie features several displays that illustrate Wyoming’s past environments, including a 75-foot Apatosaurus skeleton that dominates the museum’s main exhibit hall. You can see fossils of Allosaurus, Diatryma gigantea, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus rex and other dinosaurs found in the area. The museum also houses virtual exhibits that can help visitors learn about how and when the area formed.
Since 1897, Cheyenne has celebrated its Old West roots with Cheyenne Frontier Days, an epic festival. The festival’s crowning jewel is the large outdoor rodeo which brings professionals from all around for over a million dollars in cash and prizes. To carry on the frontier theme, there’s a Native American village, an old frontier town, pancake breakfasts, a chuck wagon cook-off, several parades, top entertainment, and more. One of Wyoming’s most popular festivals, you can’t miss it if you’re in town when you book an RV in Laramie County.