While Wyoming continues to support the National Park Service to ensure the safety of citizens, visitors and staff, the Wyoming Office of Tourism and its tourism partners have compiled a list of resources to ensure visitors can find accommodations and enjoy safe experiences across the state. In the gateway communities near the park, the communities of Cody, Powell, Thermopolis, Greybull, Sheridan and Gillette are brimming with historical sites and western accommodations, including the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Bighorn National Forest and more.
Cody is helping visitors rebook lodging there by calling 307-586-1574. The communities of Jackson, Dubois, Pinedale, Rock Springs and Evanston provide an abundant of wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities, including Grand Teton National Park, Shoshone National Forest, Fremont Lake and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. Grand Teton National Park continues to remain open, even though the south entrance into Yellowstone is closed. Masks are currently required in all park buildings.
For more information, visitors can visit.nps.gov/grte/index.htm. The communities of Lander, Riverton, Casper and Rawlins offers some of the best culinary delights and cultural experiences in the state, including the Wind River Hotel and Casino, world-class fly-fishing on the North Platte River, Sinks Canyon State Park and the Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum.