Bursting with wildlife and nature, the Grand Teton National park does not fall short from being remarkable. A hike or a cruise around Jenny Lake, or an ironically nature surrounded trail to Death Canyon, are calming experiences anyone in Wyoming must try at least once. While if a relaxing scenic drive is more your thing a 20 mile ride along Teton Park Road does not disappoint.
Reminiscent of an outer-space photo of earth, views of the the green, blue and orangery hues of the hot springs surfaces and the steamy bubbling of geysers are simply breathtaking. Yellowstone National Park offers endless attractions to explore, including a walk around the Norris Geyser Basin, a tour of Yellowstone Lake, or a relaxing hike at Mammoth Hot Spring.
Buffalo Bill State Park offers a place for a cool dip for wary travelers and an easy selection of campgrounds for those needing a place to rest. But don’t go out of your way to get here, as this state park is more of a lookout for the nearby Buffalo Bill dam than anything else.