Whether a vacation puts you in the mood to stroll, run, hike, or stomp, you’ll find the shoe that fits at one of the September activities in Wind River Country. Click here for a full list of everything going on all over Wyoming’s Wind River Country.
Die-hard history buffs and fans of the West will feel right at home next to a host of characters at the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous, II. These four-days will transport you out of 2020 and plant you squarely back in 1838. Experience what everyday life was like when mountain men and trappers got together to brag, trade, and socialize. This festival takes place on the actual site of the original rendezvous. Period attire is welcome, but not necessary!
Make your fall getaway truly memorable by having a family fun run. Bring your power and bounce to the annual Run Like A Bighorn Trail Fun Run. This happens every September in the breathtaking splendor of Sinks Canyon State Park, so pack your trail shoes.
Stomp, whoop, n’ holler alongside the locals at your pick of two multi-day authentic rodeos. Or relax on a slow-paced stroll through historic landmarks on guided location tours.
At any of these events, you’ll make some new friends and carry a little Wyoming back in your heart. Our brilliant fall colors alone will put a smile on your face that you can take all the way home for free.
Come and get your cowboy on when you round out your summer adventures with us. Start by requesting your free vacation guide. Extend your 2020 travel season into the fall in Wind River.
About Wyoming’s Wind River Country/Fremont County
Go beyond Yellowstone to Wyoming’s Wind River Country. This is authentic Wyoming, where the landscape and lifestyle provide room to breathe. Access world-class playgrounds for fishing, rock climbing, snowmobiling, hiking, and much more. Open the doors to the past on South Pass, the gateway to the West. Uncover an art scene that will surprise and inspire you, and learn about Native American culture on the only Indian Reservation in the Cowboy State. Find more inspiration at WindRiver.org.