Wyoming Car Rentals
Experience Wyoming in one of our rental cars.
Start roaming through the Cowboy State in aWyoming rental car and you won't run out of things to do. Whether you're interested in exploring national parks like Yellowstone or Grand Teton, seeing a real Western rodeo, or relaxing at some of the spas and hotels in the state, Wyoming will be your playground. Take your Wyoming rental car to camp out near Old Faithful or drive to lodging close to Devil's Tower or Mount Rushmore. Whatever you decide to do, you won't want to leave this great state.
Make the first stop in your Wyoming rental carYellowstone National Park
This beautiful and historic landmark should be the first stop in your Yellowstone rental car. Yellowstone National Park has plenty of interactive things to do that the whole family will love. Plan a day trip complete with a picnic, or sign up to take a llama ride throughout the park. If the kids are old enough, take them on a Geyser Kayak Tour to explore the natural elements. Those with children ages 5-12 can become Junior Rangers by filling out an activity guide on their journey through the park. They'll earn a badge at the end of the adventure!
Next stop in the Yellowstone rental car: Cheyenne
Last stop: Devil's Tower
When traveling in your Wyoming rental car, you'll realize that this state capital is reminiscent of the Wild West. While in Cheyenne, check out the Cheyenne Frontier Days festival in July, which features an Old West Museum and offers visitors a look at the American West and the history of the rodeo. You can also check out Wild Horse Gulch, a Western village filled with artisans, merchants and period characters. The kids will also love the Cheyenne Gunslingers, who have year-round shows with western skits and family-friendly wild West gun fights.
Don't be scared of the name of this national monument when you bring the family here in theWyoming rental car. There is an abundance of ways to explore this monument, including biking, hiking and climbing! Take a ranger-led tour of the monument. The easy 1.5-hour walk features topics that include geology, the area's indigenous people, wildlife and more. While the kids are in bed, and if you're up for it, take a Full Moon Walk that begins as dusk for hikers with flashlights. This event occurs on select evenings in the summer.