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The pioneer spirit and wide-open spaces are still alive and well in Sweetwater County. With over 8,200 acres of public space to explore, diverse and rugged terrain and fast-moving weather, it is important to be prepared during your travels in Southwest Wyoming.
Sweetwater County is home to many backcountry roads with little to no cell phone service or other amenities, so it’s a good idea to fuel up a high-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicle and travel in nice weather — preferably starting in the morning. Make sure to bring food and water on your voyage. Finally, let someone know where you are going before venturing out to explore the county.
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Before embarking on a scenic drive or visiting one of the many attractions in Sweetwater County, make sure to check the road conditions and receive real-time updates in Southwest Wyoming with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.
Weather can change quickly in Sweetwater County. See what the current weather is like in Rock Springs and Green River, and plan your trip accordingly.