Our camp site was great. Located at historic Fort D.A. Russell, this is a scenic and quiet campground. Near base facilities, with plenty of trees and a spring nearby. Its a great place to use as a home base while exploring the area. There is lots to do and we would like to return to see the places we missed.
More information can be found here: Warren AFB FamCamp
We did the city tour with Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley. to get an overview of Cheyenne’s history. The trolley tours around the major tourist attractions, such as the State Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion and several historic districts. Its a great way to see what’s around the city to do, restaurants, shops, bars, etc.
More information can be found here: Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley
There are these giant boots all around the city. This one is in front of the historic train depot. The eight-foot-tall cowboy boots have been carefully painted by local artists to show the history of Cheyenne and Wyoming.
More information can be found here: Cheyenne Cowboy Boots
The Cheyenne Depot Museum is housed in the renovation Union Pacific Cheyenne Depot, a National Historic Landmark. There is great history and the model trains were fantastic.
More information can be found here: Cheyenne Depot
We visited Terry’s Bison Ranch and had fun riding the train and feeding the bison! Below is a video of JoAnn feeding one. It took a bit of coaching to get her to do it. She kept all of her fingers! They have a lot of other animals on the ranch peacocks, horses, chickens, etc.
More information can be found here: Terry’s Bison Ranch
We found the worlds largest train in a Cheyenne city park. Old Number 4004, the world’s largest steam locomotive and ran from Cheyenne to Ogden Utah! So it was a bit special for us. And believe me its very, very large.
More information can be found here: Old Number 4004