- The list below includes 2 free or cheap things to do in or near Guernsey, Wyoming, including 7 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, National & State Parks, Landmarks and History Museums.
- From Oregon Trail Ruts & Register Cliff to Guernsey State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Guernsey.
Oregon Trail Ruts & Register Cliff preserve the route of emigrants headed West, with their wagon tracks carved into the sandstone landscape. Signs on site provide further history. The 100-ft. Register Cliff was a rest stop for travellers, whose signatures can still be viewed in the stone at its base.
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.
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Visitors to the Stagecoach Museum find a reconstructed building filled with antique furniture, dolls, toys, and memorabilia, Visitors can also visit the Stagecoach Inn Carriage House and see stagecoaches including a California Mud Wagon, an Olson Concord Stagecoach, and the McCrea Stagecoach, as well as stroll …
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.
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.
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.