Cheyenne KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-1507

Info: 307-638-8840


8800 Archer Frontage Road

Cheyenne, WY 82007-9654

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Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

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Local Area Attractions

Cheyenne Frontier Days and Old West Museum

The museum is located at Frontier Park, 8th and Carey Avenue. Visit for more information.

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Horse Drawn Buggy Tours

In the summer this tour is free, but tips are appreciated.

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Botanical Gardens

The Gardens are located in Frontier Park.

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Cheyenne Gunslingers

Free show at 6 p.m. every evening downtown in the summer.

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Downtown Walking Tour

This is a self-guided tour, including information about Cheyennes wonderful boots. Get your map at the Depot Visitors Center!

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Night Rodeos

Pine Bluff - most weekends in the summer.

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U of WY Archaeological Dig Site

Pine Bluff

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Curt Gowdy State Park

This State Park includes 2 reservoirs for fishing and boating.

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Big Country Speedway

Here you'll find stock car racing events all summer.

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Western Wear Shopping

There are lots of Western Stores in Cheyenne to fulfill your cowboy dreams for boots, hats, jeans plus saddles and tack for your horse.

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Medicine Bow National Forest

Medicine Bow National Forest provides a variety of recreational opportunities and natural attractions, including the Vedauwoo Recreation Area and the Snowy Range Ski Area.

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Ames Monument

Ames Monument is a state historic site west of Cheyenne off I-80. A 60 foot pyramid build in 1883 as a monument to Oliver and Oakes Ames (two men instrumental in the construction of the first transcontinental railroad).

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Six Museums; the State Capitol Building; plus the Governors Mansion

The State Capitol is beautiful and free to tour.  Across the street is the Wyoming State History Museum, another free museum and a great place for kids.

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City Tours on the Trolley

In the summer the trolley runs 5 times a day and leaves from the Depot. Visitors can get on and off to visit area attractions.

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Train Depot and Visitors Center

Start here to get all of the latest information on Cheyenne. It is located downtown just off Lincoln Way and Central.

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See the "Big Boy" steam engine; plus Engine 1242 in Lions Park and the French Merci Train which was donated by the French in 1949 in thanks.

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Painted Cowboy Boots

A self guided tour of giant decorated cowboys boots are all over Cheyenne.  See them all!

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Vedauwoo Recreation Area

This is a wonderful area for hiking and climbing.

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