While far-flung tropical vacations may be out of reach this year, 2020 is the summer to explore Wyoming’s lesser-known treasures, breaking the monotony of a socially distant summer.

As of June 10, Wyoming’s state parks reopened to day use and overnight camping, regardless of residency, according to the Wyoming Office of Tourism. Campsites must be reserved through Wyoming State Parks’ reservation system, and state historic sites are open with restrictions. Most encourage visitors to call ahead for hours and other information before visiting. Following are three off-the-beaten-path places to enjoy Wyoming’s history and natural beauty while avoiding more crowded areas.

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