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Found at the intersection between Highway 80 and 89, Evanston sees many travelers on their journey through Wyoming. Too many make the mistake of passing through Evanston on their way to Salt Lake City, seeing it only as a stop of convenience for refueling and stocking up on supplies. In fact, this underrated city has a lot more to offer visitors than first meets the eye.

Evanston is a town rich in both history and beauty. The city was originally established in 1868 during the first Transcontinental Railroad Project. In fact, it has the only roundhouse on the old Union Pacific Line that remains intact. All of this, along with the beauty of the surrounding mountains, and the serenity of the Bear River running through town, creates a simply stunning destination.

If you are in need of a holiday destination where you will leave feeling culturally and physically invigorated, book an RV in Evanston today and start planning your perfect getaway.

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The Great Outdoors

As well as the stunning national treasures near the city, such as the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Great Salt Lake, there are many local parks and reservoirs to take advantage of while you are exploring the area in a motorhome rental from Evanston.

Bear River State Park is a spectacular green space providing visitors with unique wildlife experiences. Take a walk through the trees on one of the many trails and keep an eye out for wild Elk and a small heard of Bison that call this home. Stop by the Tourist Information Center and interact with friendly staff as they help you make the most of your visit. If you're able, try to coincide your visit with the annual party that celebrates the regions trapping heritage by recreating a typical scene from the 1840’s with mountain men and women. A unique insight into the areas history!

A short drive outside of Evanston you will find Medicine Butte, a mountain that stands at over 2,500 meters tall. Named after the variety of roots and herbs grown on the mountain, it is famous for its unique flora and fauna. Vacationers have the option of either driving to the summit in their Evanston camper rental via the dirt road or climbing the rather difficult path to the summit. Whichever way you pick, you will be rewarded with an incredible view over the Bear River Valley.

Of course, if you are feeling adventurous, cross the border south into Utah, and explore the evergreen National Forest of Uinta-Wasatch-Cache. You could spend days here discovering the various peaks, biking down the steep mountainsides, and camping under the beautiful clear skies.

RV Parks

With Evanston’s handy location at the intersection of two major highways, there are plenty of options here for you to park your Evanston motorhome rental.

Whether you are looking for a campground with full hookups for your luxury travel trailer from Evanston, or a more primitive offering head over to Rock Springs, WY, here you will find something to suit you here.

Phillips RV Park is one of the more comfortable campgrounds in the area. A family run business, it has been providing 5-star accommodation for travelers since 1936. At this site, you may experience quick check-ins, well-maintained shower and restroom facilities, and spacious sites, perfect for any RV!

If you don’t mind forgoing some of the luxuries for a more striking location, visit Bear River State Park campground. Although there are no facilities, the campsites are large and tranquil. There are only four spots available, so turn up early to bag yourself a great spot! If you are lucky, you might even have the campground to yourself for a night or two.

Finding yourself needing an overnight spot, then consider Walmart located in the center of town. Camping may be allowed here; just check with the manager before you settle in.

Exploring the City

The area is deeply rooted in history so take some time to explore Evanston is home to Uinta County’s largest museum. Housed in an attractive little building, the Uinta County Museum is on a mission to preserve and promote the history of the area and its surroundings. The friendly staff, who not only know the history of this intriguing county inside-out, are also delighted to share their tales about living in the area in the present day. As long as you're in the area, pop into A.V.Quinn House, one of the oldest buildings in the area.

For a slightly more relaxing activity, point your Evanston camper rental towards Purple Sage Golf Course. Perfect for golfers of any ability, this course, with a backdrop of fading mountains, is one of the most beautiful in the county.

If it's the beauty of a small country town you are seeking, consider a luxury motorhome rental in Evanston. Bask in the sunshine, enjoy the local restaurants, and watch a sunset. Rent a travel trailer in Evanston today and start exploring The Cowboy State!

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