As the 2020 tourist season picks up, the Carbon County Visitors’ Council (CCVC) is excited to announce the arrival of the 2020 revised Carbon County Visitor Guide and Visit Carbon County foldout brochure for visitors to Carbon County.
The Carbon County Visitors Council needs your help. Submit your favorite photo taken in Carbon County into our bi-annual photo contest for the chance to win one of 3 cash prizes ($150 for 1st / $100 for 2nd / $50 for honorable mention). Your photos will be used to promote Carbon County, Wyoming as a travel destination to potential visitors to our area.
Our first priority is the health and well-being of visitors, guests, hospitality workers and our local communities. We are working together to keep our friends and neighbors safe in accordance with state and national guidance.
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, named one of the top resorts in U.S. six years in a row by Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards and one of the Best Resort Hotels in the Continental U.S. three years in a row in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, announced today that it will open for the 2020 season on June 7, welcoming those guests who are eager to return to travel to its 30,000 acres of expansive adventure and solitude.
I had driven the scenic byway between Laramie and Rawlins, Wyoming before and knew that spending a few nights somewhere in between was a must. Surrounded by the Medicine Bow National Forest, I knew that Saratoga would be the perfect destination. Eliza and I headed out early, left the traffic and city behind for the mountains with our swimsuits and fly rods in tow.
CCVC has partnered with Visitor Engagement Academy to produce a training tool. The Carbon County Visitors’ Council is excited to provide a training tool for not only our tourism industry but for all Carbon County residents. The Carbon County Visitor Journey A2D program gives participants the tools to be a champion for visitors from the moment they arrive in Carbon County until they depart.
Let's explore one of those places: The Kennaday Peak Lookout Tower is located in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. The fire tower is located atop Kennady Peak and to the east of Saratoga, Wyoming. The lookout sits at an altitude of 10,788 ft (3,288 m) and features a breathtaking view of the surrounding area including Barrett Ridge, the Platte River Valley, Pennock Mountain, Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow Peak.
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