Pack your bags and head to Carbon County for adventure!

Nestled amidst the majestic Snowy Range and Sierra Madre Mountains, Carbon County beckons with its awe-inspiring natural beauty and outdoor activities to delight.

Spring and Summer are the perfect time to explore

Hike to the top of Medicine Bow Peak’s towering 12,013 feet for panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness. Cast a line in the North Platte River, a blue-ribbon trout fishery winding through the county. Take a dip in Saratoga’s Hobo Hot Springs, a natural mineral hot spring that is free and open to the public 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Tucked away in the picturesque Seminoe Mountains, Seminoe State Park offers a unique blend of history, natural beauty, and adventure. Known for its anomalous sand dunes amidst rugged mountains, this scenic spot provides the perfect setting for boating, paddleboarding, and fun!

The Carbon County

One of the best ways to explore is via scenic byways and back country roads. The Snowy Range Scenic Byway is a great option. This high-altitude drive winds through the Medicine Bow National Forest and offers stunning views.

After a day of outdoor adventure, unwind in a historic town.

Saratoga & Rawlins, Wyoming

Spend the night the Saratoga Springs Resort and indulge in craft brews at their onsite Snowy Mountain Brewery. Play golf at the nine-hole public golf course that runs along the North Platte River or accelerate the adventure by renting a UTV. Afterwards, stop at Bella’s Bistro which serves classic Italian meals al fresco.

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From Saratoga, head north to Rawlins where you can walk a stretch of the Continental Divide Trail and refuel. Take a trek downtown for shopping, dining, drinks and more. While there, check out the downtown mural tour featuring local artists. Stop in Anong’s Thai for curry or the Aspen House Restaurant for a Wyoming-style blackened steak.

Every Path in Carbon County Leads to Discovery!