Cheyenne KOA Recreation

Local Area Recreation Near Cheyenne KOA

Geocaching

Geocaching

There is a geo cache stashed on the campground and many in the area. Spend an extra day and find several.

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Vedauwoo - Hiking and climbing

Vedauwoo - Hiking and climbing

27 miles west of Cheyenne at exit 329 on I 80. Ancient rock formations are perfect for hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking and picnicking.

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Greenway

Greenway

39 miles of 10 foot wide paved sidewalk going all through town. Get map at www.cheyenneoutdoors.org and go to trails

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Golf

Golf

4 Golf Courses in the Cheyenne area.

Airport Golf Course 18 holes - 4801 Central Ave. Cheyenne

FE Warren AFB 18 holes - 6709 15th Cavalry Cheyenne

Little America Golf Course 18 holes - 2800 W Lincolnway Cheyenne

Kingham Prairie View Golf Course 18 holes - 3601 Windmill Rd. Cheyenne

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Wyoming State Museum

Wyoming State Museum

The State Museum contains artifacts, various collections and gifts, along with a gift shop filled with Wyoming souvenirs and books.

2301 Central Ave

Cheyenne, WY 82001

307-777-7220

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and Paul Smith Childrens Village

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and Paul Smith Childrens Village

Features a new multi million dollar Grand Conservatory and 20 specialty gardens.

710 S Lions Park Dr

Cheyenne, WY 82001

307-637-6458

Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and Store

Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and Store

Features one of the largest Western Carriage collections in the United States. Features a full narrative of the Cheyenne Frontier Days experience.

4610 Carey Ave

Cheyenne, WY 82001

307-778-7290

Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley

Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley

With its authentic ambience, the trolley offers narrated historic tours that capture the lively character of days gone by.  Tours highlight Cheyenne's top attractions.

121 W 15th St

Cheyenne, WY 82001

307-778-3133

Big Boy Steam Engine

Big Boy Steam Engine

Even in retirement, Old number 4004 remains an imposing sight. The worlds largest steam locomotive, this powerful coal-fired engine was designed to pull a 3600 ton train over steep grades.

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