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The best camper van rentals in Wyoming

Wyoming is the least populous state in the nation with some of the most amazing wilderness. Two national parks, dozens of state parks, and hundreds of miles of pristine wilderness form the stunning backdrop for your ultimate camper van adventure.

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Wyoming's western half is mostly covered by the ranges of the Rocky Mountains, while the eastern half of the state is a high elevation prairie called the High Plains. It’s not uncommon to spot impressive wild animals like bears, bison, elk, and coyotes roaming the plains of this vast and beautiful state.


The popular gateway town of Jackson Hole has attractions for every season. Gorgeous snowy landscapes in winter, direct access to the national parks during the warmer months, and miles of wilderness to enjoy all year round. The town of Jackson Hole has fine dining and boutique shops, great local breweries, and tons of opportunities for dispersed camping in the national forests. Don't forget to take your camper van on a drive through the National Elk Wildlife Refuge. Just outside of town, you can visit this refuge to see hundreds of these amazing creatures grazing in view of the surrounding mountains.


Ranching has been a big part of the Great Plains culture for generations. There's a reason Wyoming is nicknamed the Cowboy State. Local lodging ranches are home to many tourists who want to experience authentic cowboy and cowgirl dream experiences. Find yourself eating biscuits in an old cabin or roping cattle from horseback. The country's first dude ranch is Eatons' Ranch, while Vee Bar Guest Ranch and Gros Ventre River Ranch are also popular favorites on vacation weekends out west.


Wyoming offers some of the best big-city amenities in a quaint, western atmosphere. In Cheyenne and Casper, you'll find museums, special events like rodeos or festivals for every occasion. Browse tons of local shopping, as well as excellent culinary options such as breweries to distilleries. It's easy to resupply for the next leg of your Wyoming camper van adventure.


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Wyoming has been an important destination for fossil hunters since the mid-1800s. Dinosaur bones were so plentiful in one area of southeast Wyoming that in the late 19th century, locals used bone fragments to construct a cabin that still stands today.

Yellowstone is the nation’s first National Park established in 1872, 44 years before there was a National Park Service. The park hosts nearly four million visitors each year.

Wyoming may be landlocked, but it's still home to dozens of islands. There are 32 named islands within the state’s borders, most of which are located in Green River, Yellowstone Lake, and Jackson Lake.

Old Faithful, the infamous cone geyser located in Yellowstone, got its name because of its dependable eruptions. On average, the geyser erupts about every hour and a half. According to the Park Service, more than 90% of predictions about its eruptions are accurate within a ten-minute window.

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