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Visiting Wyoming

Southern Wyoming is enjoying winter in Evanston on the Bear River Greenway with ice skating and sledding. The greenway leads the way to Wyoming’s Bear River State Park where winter fun includes cross-country skiing and sledding. With spring’s warmer temperatures, the BEARiverFest plans are in place for May, launching summer kayaking and rafting, with live music food and drinks. As they say in Evanston, enjoy the fresh air, Freedom, and fun.

Called the energy capital of the U.S., the community of Gillette, in northeast Wyoming, is known for its coal and oil reserves. Check out the current exhibit at the Rockpile Museum titled Women Coal Miners of the Powder River Basin. The Gillette CAM-PLEX Multi-Event Facilities host the 2014 Winter Western February 13th through 16th. Events include the Winter Western Trade Show and Rodeo, featuring the Coors Pro Rodeo and the Melgaard Construction Bulls & Broncs. Now in its 24th year, Winter Western is a great break from winter weather.

Sheridan, in north central Wyoming is home to the WYO Theater. An iconic destination in downtown Sheridan, the WYO offers live entertainment and culture for area residents and visitors. Among the 2014 WYO entertainment, take the family to see The Monster Who Ate My Peas on February the 18th, and the production of Forever Plaid, from March 10th through 23rd and 27th through 30th.

Cody, on the east side of Yellowstone National Park offers year round events and activities. The 16th annual Cody Ice Climbing Festival is February 14th, with the Meeteetse’s 6th Annual Ice Fishing Derby on February 15th. Cody is a prime winter outdoor recreation destination. Then, with the arrival of spring and warmer weather, Cody hosts Wild West Days featuring barrel racing and a horse market. The 2014 Cody Wild West Days in May 9th.

Thermopolis, 80 miles south of Cody, makes a delightful cold season stop for a soak and swim in the famous hot mineral pools of Hot Springs State Park. Open year round; the colder the outside temperature, the better the warm waters feel for a nice soak. Once the weather warms up, a family visit to the Wyoming Dinosaur Center & Dig Sites makes a getaway for the whole family.

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