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Can you picture yourself waking up to snow-capped mountains in July and watching the sunset behind the Rocky Mountains in a small mountain town (in this case, the town of Lander), surrounded by beauty and wilderness? Then you should definitely search for an RV in Fremont County - and, more specifically, go camping at Twin Pines RV Park & Campground. The nature surrounding this RV park is truly mesmerizing, and here you can cozy up at one of the bonfire socials or check out the recreation area and sports field before popping to the store and get both cool drinks and snacks.
When RV camping at Twin Pines RV Park & Campground in all its beauty, you won’t be lacking any comfort, that’s for sure. The sparkling clean restrooms and hot showers along with sites with full hookups and 50/30 amp service will ensure that, and should your RV rental need some TLC, there are RV parts and accessories around. There are also pull-through sites, so you won’t have to worry about the size of your rig.
One of the bittersweet parts of Twin Pines RV Park & Campground camping is leaving the place - just look at how close it is to Yellowstone and several other amazing national and state parks and forests. You can also do some gambling at Wind River Indian Reservation, or gold pan in Atlantic City, or experience the entirety of Wyoming wildlife - wild horses and all. There’ll also be time to give Jeffrey City and Boulder Flats a visit while you're here.
You can start with a trip to Wind River, the Indian reservation located pretty much across the street from your Lander RV rental. Now, this place is so full of amazing things to do, such as Nordic skiing, dog sledding, and even national parks, that it would be impossible to do it justice here - you’ll just have to go see the gorgeous mountains, fantastic wildlife, and amazing hiking trails for yourself. Something you shouldn’t miss, though, is the grave of Sacajawea, the woman who guided Lewis and Clark on their journey to through the West. There are also gold panning and driving tours on the menu in this extraordinary area.
Whether you stay at the reservation or not, you can find and follow some of the old trails that took people from east to west when the pioneers and early settlers wanted to make the most of the land and find themselves some rich soil and a place to call their own. You can find the Oregon, Mormon, and California trails in the area, and try to imagine what it was like to leave your home and family, heading into the unknown with nothing but a covered wagon between you and the wilderness. You can even reenact the emigration.
It’s hard to beat all the culture and history you’ve already seen, but Sink’s Canyon State Park is willing to give it a go. With its amazing wildlife and stunning mountain vistas, this park seems to be a contender - especially if you take the mysterious Little Popo Agie River into consideration. Feed some shimmery rainbow trout by the river, or go on an adventure to one of the best rock climbing areas around, also located in Sink’s Canyon.
At a place positively teeming with history, there’s no getting away from it, so you’d better park your camper rental in Lander and head to the Museum of the American West, one of few institutions that celebrate the different groups of people who have lived in the area. Here you can walk around an old pioneer village, complete with buildings full of ancient artifacts and you can take part in Native American heritage celebrations as well as learn more about the local tribes. Check out the Fremont County Pioneer Museum too, which is part of the family.
Believe it or not, but renting an RV near Twin Pines RV Park & Campground brings some more modern culture, too. There are tournaments and farmers’ markets every now and then in Lander, and there’s also an annual beer event: the Lander Brewfest. Even if you’re not a fan of the craft beer made by many different local breweries, you can still enjoy some live music and local vendors. Who knows, you might have the palate for some ales once it’s finished.
RV camping near Lander is so much fun and will give you memories that’ll last for a lifetime, so stop hesitating and book that camper rental right away.