International Travel Guide
Start Planning Your Wyoming Adventure
In Sweetwater County, there are more than 8,200 square miles of public land to explore. From the magnificent Red Desert to the breathtaking Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, the opportunities for adventure are endless. Hike among the world's second largest sand dunes, boat on a 91-mile lake, view ancient rock formations or explore the charming shops, restaurants and museums in Rock Springs and Green River.
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Start dreaming about your Wyoming vacation with our free international travel guides which include the top five things to do in Rock Springs and Green River.
Looking for more? Check out our 53-page travel guide written in English for more travel inspiration and Southwest Wyoming itineraries. Once you've arrived, get additional help planning your trip by stopping by the Explore Rock Springs & Green River Visitor Center!
from our visitors:
"I wish I had better words to describe the Flaming Gorge near Rock Springs, Wyoming. I am not sure the words have been invented yet. It is a must see."
"The City of Green River is to be applauded for the Expedition Island Park. There is so much history to read in the park, it's a quiet and peaceful place to sit by the river, there is amazing river access and you can fish right there."
"We stopped at the Wild Horse Corrals on the edge of Rock Springs before traveling the Wild Horse Scenic Loop...Driving the Scenic Loop, we saw a lot of horses, antelope and even a couple of sheep. You can drive right up to Pilot Butte! "
"What an amazing place! Nestled in the middle of nowhere along the Green River, the wildlife viewing [at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge] was spectacular and the remoteness amazing. I will be back, I promise!"