- Our list of the best things to do in Cheyenne, Wyoming, features the top 31 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cheyenne, WY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 31 things to do within the city of Cheyenne, WY
Board game enthusiasts of all ages flock to The Haunted Game Café in Fort Collins. Ideal for date nights or an afternoon with friends, choose from over 120 games, grab a refreshment and let the games begin.
100% 6 votes
2468 Jackson Road, Laramie, WY 82070 MoreLess Info
Giving visitors a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, Spruce Mountain Fire Lookout Tower is a camping spot that is over 55 feet high. Visitors can spot rivers, forests, and even wildlife like foxes and deer from this lookout.
98% 640 votes
Off of Harmony Rd to Horsetooth Mountain, Fort Collins, CO MoreLess Info
Horsetooth Mountain Open Space is a local landmark known for Horsetooth Falls and the scenic views of Front Range mountains. The space includes a number of trails which can be used for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
100% 1 votes
83 Little Worth Lane, Laramie, WY 82072 MoreLess Info
Code of the West Equestrians - Private Rides provides horse riding tours. Guests will tour the wilderness and pass along the edge of picturesque rivers while viewing wildlife such as beaver dams, elk and white tailed deer.
89% 99 votes
2626 W. Horsetooth Road, Fort Collins, CO 80526 MoreLess Info
At the Spring Canyon Community Park, guests can access a 2-acre dog park, a universally accessible playground, and a free ride course. The site's amenities include picnic tables, trails, baseball fields, and lighted basketball courts.
Named after the dinosaur bones that were discovered during its construction, Fossil Creek Park, has activities for children of all ages. The park features a splash pad, playground areas, sports fields, dog park, and Fossil Creek Lake.
A great place for photographers, the Pawnee National Grasslands is a 193,060-acre of land that is famous for its bird watching sites and hiking trails. The Pawnee National Grassland is famous for the Chalk Bluffs which is a rock formation that is a favorite nesting site for eagles.
Centennial Village Museum is a local historic village complete with old building structures and gardens with the guides dressed in period costumes and offering informative insights about the local history.