- EAT + SLEEP
- TRAVEL TOOLS
Start the morning with breakfast at Coal Train Coffee Depot! Enjoy the international coffee of the month and one of their new bagel breakfast sandwiches!
EXPLORE ANCIENT HISTORY - Sweetwater County is home to the White Mountain Petroglyphs, a series of sandstone carvings created 300 feet from the ground by the area's earliest residents. The etchings depict life the inhabitants' life and trials 200 to 1000 years ago. From handprints to hunts, these ancestors still manage to captivate our imaginations today. Other geological wonders built by the Green River Formation are the amazing ancient rock formations peppered throughout the high-desert scenery. Grab your camera for these one-of-a-kind sights, you won't want to forget the impression they leave.
Enjoy lunch at Bitter Creek Brewing located in the heart of Downtown Rock Springs.
Pamper yourself! Enjoy a massage, pedicure, facial or all 3 at Escape Day Spa or Maya Medi Spa.
A girl trip would be incomplete without some shopping! Check out the cute shops in downtown like Mack & Co! This store is full of a wide variety of items made by locals. Sidekicks Book and Wine Bar also has some unique items! Spend some time there, enjoy a drink and chat with the girls.
*While your downtown check out one of the great events like Second Saturdays or the Main Street Market held Thursdays in the summer from 4-7pm*
Enjoy dinner at the new outdoor patio at Marty’s Gastro Pub.
Catch a show at Western Wyoming Community College! WWCC has a great performing arts program and offers a variety of plays and concerts throughout the year. Follow the link to check out their event calendar!
Grab a coffee at Hooligans Espresso, a local favorite!
Visit the wild horses which can often be seen on the Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Loop. The scenic drive is roughly 23 miles along good, gravel-base roads. Travel this loop and along the way you gain many chances to spy the iconic wild horses of Wyoming but also panoramic views of the Wyoming Range (west), the Wind River Range (northeast) and the Uinta Range (south).
A four-wheel-drive, high-clearance vehicle is recommended. This is a true “off the grid experience” and cell service is limited! Make sure you have extra water. Let someone know where you are headed and when you plan to return.
End the weekend with a delicious brunch at Eve’s! Check out their Facebook page that morning for their specials.