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Rock Springs gives visitors a chance to enrich their knowledge of Wyoming’s mining and railroad history. However, no one expects to find such a culturally diverse melting pot in this high-desert oasis. Surprised? You haven’t seen anything yet.
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With its beautiful scenery, rugged outdoors and abundant recreation, Green River attracts thrill-seekers and nature-lovers of all stripes. From world-class fishing and wildlife watching to family sports complexes, river rafting, kayaking and swimming, you will find everything you need to enjoy this unique corner of Wyoming.
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In its heyday, Superior thrived on the mining industry, even leading the West in mining production for a time. Visit the abandoned mines today, and you can catch a glimpse of Wyoming history and discover the stories of the thousands of miners. They not only put this community on the map — they embodied the pioneering spirit of the West as well
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In the mid-1800s, the Eden Valley served as a gateway to the West, welcoming travelers across the Mormon and Oregon Trails. Today, it serves as a gateway to imagination as you discover the historic roots of settlement in the West.
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If your idea of mingling with “the locals” involves hanging out on the high desert watching elk, deer and pronghorn, then you’ll feel right at home in Wamsutter. This small town and the area that surrounds it offers some of the best wildlife habitat for big game, and it is the perfect place to admire Wyoming’s stunning scenery and explore its unique geology
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