Road Trippin’ – Head north for adventures in Wyoming, Montana, and Bear Lake

Here's how you can make the most out of your summer travels.

Looking for some summer fun? Bear Lake, Montana, and Wyoming are beckoning you to discover their beauty and history.

Sweetwater County, WY – Calling all adventure lovers: You’re going to need more than a weekend to fit in all of the sweat-filled, adrenaline-pumping activities in Sweetwater County. With more than 8,200 square miles of public land, you have the opportunity to mountain bike through the high desert, kayak on the Green River, hike the falls on White Mountain, and ride the second largest-moving Sand Dunes. Ready to kick back and soak up some rays? Check out Lake Flaming Gorge and spend the day fishing with the family. Visit the itinerary suggestion page and get the fun started.

Star Valley, WY – Located just south of Jackson Hole and wedged between two mountainous ranges, Star Valley is historically and culturally rich. The Valley boasts an abundance of wildlife, outdoor recreational opportunities, and spectacular scenery. You’ll enjoy top-notch fishing for cutthroat, rainbow, brown, and brook trout in the Greys River. Kayak the lower sections of the river, viewing deer and moose along the way. Discover the lodging, activities, and the other adventures on their website.

Helena, MT – Explore a town that’s rich in more ways than one. Helena was founded by four gold miners and has maintained many historical components. You can tour Montana’s capital city, located between Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, by the Last Chance Tour Train and experience gold miner history when visiting the Pioneer Cabin and the Montana Historical Society Museum. Say “Cheers!” to the pioneers at one of four micro-breweries, a distillery, and wine bar. Learn more by clicking here.

Bear Lake, UT – The Bear Lake Valley is a recreational paradise. Bear Lake is often called “The Caribbean of the Rockies” for its intense turquoise blue water—perfect for jet skiing, sailing, boating, and fishing. And you won’t be alone when visiting the valley. Make friends with the expansive wildlife or view the variety of birds that inhabit the area. Stay busy from day to night with summer events like concerts, car shows, and rodeos. Interested in a more permanent location to bring your family to the Bear Lake Valley? Bear Lake Reality has an option for you! Visit their site to start discovering the perfect summer cabin or home today.

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