- TripBuzz found 9 things to do with kids in or near Douglas, Wyoming.
- From House of Pinz to Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum, the Douglas area offers 16 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Home to the Wyoming State Fair, the city of Douglas is a cultural tourist and residential area located on the banks of the North Platte River. The area is a thriving region for local wildlife and is home to a large jackelope population. Visitors enjoy the many outdoor recreation activities in the area, as well as touring the historical places of interest.
Located in Wyoming's Powder River Basin in the Thunder Basin National Grassland. The semi-arid climate and varying altitudes makes it a popular area for hikers, walkers, campers, hunters and fisherman.
Featuring thousands of acres for hunting, Two Creek Ranch focuses on Certified Red Angus Cattle. The ranch has a working guest ranch where visitors can participate in seven distinct cattle driving activities, as well as in day-to-day ranch work.
Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center displays a number of train cars, including a locomotive, motor car, dining car and caboose. Visitors are welcome inside each car to explore, and the indoor interpretive center displays further history.
Walk the grounds and interpretive trails and visit the two remaining buildings at Fort Fetterman State Historic Site, to discover the history of this military fortress named for Captain William J Fetterman, killed near Fort Phil Kearny in 1866.
Guernsey State Park can be explored using its ten miles of trails, with views of the nearby dam and reservoir. Points of interest include the Guernsey Museum, located on a cliff-top, the Castle and observation tower, and Brimmer Point. Five of the park's seven campgrounds are located on the lake.