Wyoming Recreation Programs
Recreating on public lands in Wyoming offers endless opportunities for the outdoors enthusiast.
Recreation opportunities abound throughout Wyoming’s18 million acres of BLM-managed public land. These public lands host many unique and special outdoor opportunities where visitors can enjoy some extraordinary scenery and learn more about the state’s history.
Check out the spectacular wilderness study areas, fish in one of the many blue-ribbon streams, or go mountain biking in some gorgeous back country. Take a step back in time to learn more about Wyoming’s history by exploring the National Scenic and Historic Trails, including the Oregon, California, Mormon Pioneer and Pony Express.
You don’t need binoculars to watch Wyoming’s world-class wildlife. You can see a variety of animals from big game like pronghorn, elk, deer, and moose to our small residents like the prairie dog, black footed ferrets, and badgers. Look up and you’ll see eagles, raptors, hawks and a diversity of migratory birds.
A multitude of recreational opportunities is waiting for you on Wyoming public lands so get outdoors and explore!