Escape to the unparalleled beauty of Wyoming, where the wide open spaces are hemmed with small western towns and towering mountain ranges. Though many of our Wyoming vacation rentals are located in more populated areas like Jackson, outdoor adventure is never far away, whether that's hiking in Yellowstone or skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
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Mountains, meadows, and the charm of the old west await at our Wyoming cabin rentals. Wyoming is home to six national parks and 12 state parks, plus countless other outdoor areas. It’s no wonder: as the 10th-largest state in the U.S., it’s also the least populous and 48% of its lands are public. If you'd like to get out and explore, you can choose from world-famous national parks or remote wilderness areas where you may not see another soul all day—or at least another human. Wyoming’s natural landscapes are home to bison, antelope, mountain lions, wild horses, grizzly bears, wolves, elk, and moose, among many others. If you’re lucky, you just might catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures.
For many guests of our Wyoming cabin rentals, the number-one destination on the agenda is Yellowstone. It was the first established national park in the U.S. and receives anywhere from 4 to 6 million visitors per year. Old Faithful, the most famous of the park’s geysers and geothermal springs, has erupted every 45 minutes to two hours since 2000, so you can be sure to witness this incredible natural phenomenon during your visit. Or see the incredible Grand Prismatic Spring—the third-largest hot spring in the world—in vivid red, orange, yellow, green, and blue.
A visit to Grand Teton National Park is a must, and just a short drive from the comfort of our Wyoming lodging. This incredible destination offers bountiful outdoor activities, all amid the backdrop of nine dramatic mountain peaks that rise over 12,000 feet. In the warm months, you can explore over 230 miles of hiking trails or spend an afternoon fly fishing on the Snake River. The Tetons are not as crowded as Yellowstone, so if you’re seeking somewhere more peaceful, it’s a great place to start.
If you want access to world-class skiing terrain, rafting adventures, rock climbing, and a lot of western culture, Jackson is the place to be. The town is a popular tourist destination, so you won’t find that iconic Wyoming solitude here, but it’s surrounded by opportunities for outdoor adventure.
Experienced skiers and snowboarders will love the challenging terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. These mountains are known for having the greatest continuous rise in the U.S., with an overall vertical drop of 4,350 feet. Of the resort's skiable terrain, 50% is rated expert and 40% intermediate. Beginners in your travel group will still have access to easier trails, plus other adventures like snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice skating, cross-country skiing, and more.
When the snow melts, Jackson’s thriving outdoor scene continues. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers mountain biking, hiking, and a ropes course, while the area surrounding the town of Jackson boasts whitewater rafting in Snake River Canyon, rock climbing, horseback riding, and more.
Wyoming is a destination for so many kinds of vacations. From family road trips to romantic ski getaways, to deep backcountry exploration, this ruggedly beautiful place is a natural wonderland. Experience it for yourself with our Wyoming vacation rentals.