We extended our stay Camping in Wyoming so that we could hop on the motorcycles and do a bit of exploring. Wyoming, The Cowboy State, is best known for Yellowstone National Park, but we’re here to tell you that the area around Lander, Wyoming is a hidden gem. So, if you’re looking to get away from the crowds, this place is for you.
Not to be missed is the Sinks Canyon and Popo Agie waterfalls, along with the switchbacks on Louis Lake Road out of Lander and into what’s called “The Loop Road” – a 70-mile scenic drive that starts and ends in Lander.
On top of all the great riding and exploring, the national forest service campgrounds are a great place to unwind. We stayed at Worthen Meadows Campground. It’s found 3-miles down a narrow gravel road. There is drinking water, fire grills and pit toilets at this fee campground. There are no hookup here or at any of the campsites along the Loop Road.
We’re still winding our way up to Washington and it’s been simply outstanding so far. Stay tuned for lots more to come.
Rich & Chris ❤️