- TripBuzz found 57 things to do with kids in or near Wilson, Wyoming, including 48 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jackson, Victor, Moose and Driggs.
- From Mangis Fishing Guide Services to Introduction To Rodeo, the Wilson area offers 28 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Safari, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- Just minutes from Jackson, Wilson is a bedroom community with lots of amenities. It is also a short distance from Teton Pass making it an ideal place for outdoor sports and recreation. This includes activities like hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking; or, simply enjoying both nature and wildlife watching.
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PO Box 3165 Jackson,WY 83001, 2265 Coyote Loop, Wilson, WY 83001 MoreLess Info
Jackson Hole's Mangis Fishing Guide Service offers guides for both fly fishing and spin fishing, and guarantees trout will be caught. The service welcomes fishermen of all skill and experience levels.
In a two-hour session at the Introduction to Rodeo on the Snake River Ranch, visitors will learn the skills used by cowboys and girls in rodeo. Some of the included activities are racing barrels and roping a cow.
Visitors can go on a day long wilderness safari through Yellowstone National Park with Wild Things of Wyoming. The tour guide is knowledgeable about the plant life and will point out bison, bears, moose, and other animals for the group.
The Westbank Angler provides its customers with fly fishing guided trips and travel opportunities to locations like Russia, Venezuela, Costa Rice, Central America, and the Florida Keys. The location's specialty shop only sells fly fishing gear.
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Riverside Winter Tipi Camp, Wilson, WY 83014 MoreLess Info
Offering sleigh ride tours through the scenic Jackson Hole wilderness, AJ DeRosa's Snake River Vintage Sleigh Rides uses old fashioned horse-drawn vehicles to create a vintage experience. The company offers a variety of tours paired with meals or snacks.
Located along Fish Creek, Owen Bircher Park features an open grass field suitable for picnics and recreational activities, trees and a winter ice-skating rink. The park has a children's play structure, a sand volleyball court and restroom facilities.
The Teton Pines Country Clubs offers golfers six sets of tees ranging from 5,400 yards to 7,400 yards. When the Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay course opened in 1987, it was named the third best golf course in the country by Golf Digest.
The Moose-Wilson Road, also known as Wyoming Highway 390, is a 7.7-mile road between Teton Village and Moose, Hikers use the road to access Granite Canyon, Phelps Lakes and Death Canyon trail heads, the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center from the road, and see moose.
This is an opportunity for familes to experience guided tours of the outdoors. Hole Hiking Experience provides a wilderness-watching adventure for outdoorsy types. Visitors can hike while learning about plant and animal life in Wyoming.