The historic Laramie area provides high-quality facilities in a college town with sports, outdoor adventure and stunning scenery. Whether you’re looking to hold a conference, encourage team bonding, plan a reunion or have the wedding of your dreams, there are a variety of facilities to suit your needs.
A wide variety of antiques and collectibles, including artwork, furniture, and glassware....
Chicken Wings and much more Quality American Food...
Hours: Sunday- Thursday 10am-10pm Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm
Sandwiches, melts, and wraps....
Hours: 10:30am-5:00pm Tues/Thur/Fri; Noon-5:00pm Sat; Closed sun & mon
28 year old gallery features over 59 fine artists and crafters only from Wyoming, including Mark McNierney, Jeffrey Hummel, Paul Tweedy, Jenaie Schlump, and Tim Collins. All artist mediums are rep...
Where Luxury Meets the Outdoors
Aspen Creek Cabin is a one of a kind custom built three unit resort with unique amenities. Enjoy…tranquil sounds of the rushing creek, gather around the ...
All three units have full kitchens with everything you would need…just like home....
We are located 33 miles West of Laramie in Albany, Wyoming in the Snowy Range mountains, Snowy Range offers more than 200 miles of accessible groomed and marked snowmobile trails that you have dire...
For over a decade, Atmosphere Mountainworks has been creating hand-made, hand-designed, one-of-a-kind outdoor gear including: backpacks, fannypacks, purses, jackets, pants, hats, gloves, and the li...
Come in and stay awhile! We have three floors of a little bit of everything with an emphasis on our Western heritage. Ranching, rodeo, cowboy, cowgirl, farming, railroading, mining, homemaking, In...
We offer premium bagels baked the old world way. Our bagels are first boiled, then baked on a stone hearth. Boiling is the only way to achieve the distinctively crunchy crust and chewy center. Take...
The Bear Tree offers homemade soups, salads and dinners to satisfy your needs. The original part of the café, built in 1952. This section seats 30 people, children are welcome and, of course, no s...