Wyoming, USA

Wyoming, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,487 vacation rentals near Wyoming. From 601 houses to 409 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Wyoming for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Explore the Wild West in Wyoming

Once the land of cowboys and frontier settlers, life in Wyoming is still centered around the outdoors, with national parks and mountain scenery. Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular areas for Wyoming vacation rentals, allowing you to explore long hiking trails and see spectacular natural sights. Cheyenne is full of museums about frontier times and has lots of rustic restaurants where you can try local delicacies such as locally-farmed elk and bison. Come winter, the state's mountain landscape and heavy snowfall make it a popular winter sports destination, with lots of ski areas to suit different abilities.

Explore Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park

The northeast corner of Wyoming is dominated by the vast Yellowstone National Park. With mountains covered in pine trees, Yellowstone has calm lakes, winding rivers and a number of waterfalls to be spotted along the wooded trails. Stay in a Wyoming vacation rental in the park, and you can explore the iconic sights, such as Old Faithful. The geyser erupts regularly throughout the day, blowing boiling water into the air for several minutes. The Grand Prismatic Spring is the biggest hot spring in the park, with an eerie turquoise glow and red-hued rocks, making it an often-photographed location.

Discover the cowboy life in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Wyoming is famous for being part of the Old West, and, at Cheyenne Frontier Days, you can learn what life was like for cowboys and settlers during these turbulent times. There's a museum full of historic artifacts, from beautifully restored carriages to tools, and you can dress up as a cowboy for some fun photos. There's also a saloon for drinking and dancing, and demonstrations of cowboy skills. Visit on rodeo day and you can see bull riding, before heading to the gift shop to get yourself fitted out with your own pair of cowboy boots.

Hot summers and frosty winters in Wyoming

July and August are the most popular times to visit Wyoming, especially Yellowstone, with Wyoming vacation rentals booking up quickly. This is because the weather is warm, but still comfortable enough for hiking and outdoor fun. The cities tend to be hotter, and the mild springs are a great time to explore the state, with wildflowers in bloom. Winter brings snow and frost, which makes Wyoming a popular place to ski. The high winds can make the winters feel particularly cold, so be sure to book somewhere with an open fireplace.

Lakes and mountains in Wyoming

Just south of Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park is a mountainous area with lakes and grassy plains. In the winter, the area is covered in a thick layer of snow, and the area includes popular ski areas such as Jackson Hole, which has countless ski trails, catering mostly for beginner and intermediate skiers. The frozen lakes are turned into ice rinks, and the varied terrain makes it popular with snowboarders. A favorite with climbers, Devils Tower rises nearly 5,000 feet above sea level, with a sheer rockface that creates a challenging climb, and a flat plateau at the summit.