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Dotted with prairies and shortgrass, Wheatland is a small town perched in the Great Plains of Southeastern Wyoming near Laramie and Cheyenne and not too far from Colorado State Border. Book an RV in Wheatland, to explore all the great places near the town at your own pace.
Overlooking the Laramie Mountains just a few miles from town lies Wheatland Reservoir comprising of three reservoirs namely number one, number two and number three. Wheatland Reservoir Number Three, being the largest of the three lakes is routinely stocked with brown trout and rainbow trout. Walleye is native to Wheatland Reservoir Two. Boating is a popular activity on lake waters.
If you want to get started in exploring the town, consider renting a motorhome from Wheatland, WY. Oregon Trail Ruts in the nearby town of Guernsey provides a nice stroll for visitors to appreciate history. Walk in the footsteps of the early pioneers by hiking the narrow trails ruts. Another nice quick stop as you go down the road past the trails is Register Cliffs, original pioneer carvings dating back to 1850.
Only 20 miles northeast of town, Guernsey State Park is a great place to park and play with your Wheatland RV rental. Vacationers can enjoy fishing, swimming, and boating in Guernsey Reservoir. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Guernsey State Park Museum lies on the eastern side of the reservoir. For hikers, the park offers over 10 miles of historic CCC trails where you can walk with your dog.
If you need to go far from the city just because you wish, Medicine Bow National Forest hugs the western border of Wheatland. This scenic forest extends close to a million acres featuring lakes, snowy mountains, and many wildlife.
Whether you want to the brightness of the city or calmness of the countryside, there are plenty of places to park your rental RV in Wheatland and adjacent towns. Just a stones throw away from town; Mountain View Park Campground offers full hookup sites, cable TV, and laundry facilities. Arrowhead RV Park is another close campground where you can leave your Wheatland travel trailer rental as you sample the many delicacies offered by the towns restaurants. Those with an RV will appreciate that most campsites offer full hookup services. Other amenities include a community fire pit, dump station, and laundry facilities.
Peak View RV Park, 15 miles outside of Wheatland is a good option if you want the convenience of being near the town. Equipped with full hookups sites, showers, and WiFi, Peak View RV park is open all year-round for your enjoyment.
If you are looking for a place to camp with your dog, A OK RV Park offers a pet-friendly campground. Easily accessed from I-25 the park has full hookup sites, well-maintained restrooms and showers. Larson Park Campground in Guernsey is a great place to stay with many outdoor recreational opportunities. The campground offer amenities such as water spigots, picnic shelters, and hiking trails. There is also a golf course available.
On the outskirts of town is Lewis Park, a perfect place to hang out with your family. This city park has everything that travelers would think of from recreation, camping to sports. Traversing the park is a nicely shaded path where you can walk Fido. Should you need to burn some calories, there are horseshoe pits, basketball, and tennis courts for your recreational enjoyment. Depending on your interests, join the Frisbee golf adventure or head over to the skate park. Children will love running around the playground and wearing themselves out. Lewis Park Campground futures full hookups for your RV, restrooms and a dump station. If you love festivals, Platte County Fair and Rodeo is held annually. Whether you are into food, entertainment or arts and craft, this show hosts a myriad of activities to suit everyone’s taste.
If you have additional time, fix Laramie and Torrington into your itinerary. Most of the attractions in these towns can be done as day trips. Visiting Fort Laramie National Historic Site is worthwhile if you are interested in American History. Founded in 1834 this historic monument houses ruins and historical remnants of what used to be a prison, barracks and trading post. A walk through the collection of buildings will give you an idea of how difficult life was for the pioneers. A hike to Laramie Peak is another exciting activity you can embark on while touring this beautiful landmark with your motorhome rental from Wheatland.