Get Your West On in Carbon County, Wyoming!
The winner will receive 2 Tickets to see the Denver Broncos take on the New York Jets on December 1oth plus a $150 cash prize. 2nd place will receive $50 and $25 to Honorable Mention. Winners will also have their photo featured on the Carbon County Visitors Council web site and select photos may appear in ads and marketing materials to help promote the county! Both amateur and professional photographers are welcome to participate. Photos may be submitted in digital format or in printed version; see contest rules for details. Please read all the photo contest rules before entering. Only one submitted photo per photographer will be considered for prizes & photos must be taken in Carbon, County, Wyoming.
Wyoming Office of Tourism Road Trip stickers are available at the Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins and the Riverside Visitor Center. Come pick up your free Wyoming Road Trip Stickers to commemorate your trip!
Come recreate, relax and unwind in seclusion and splendor at the Riverbend Lodge at the Overland Trail Ranch. Poised atop the banks of the beautiful North Platte River, Riverbend Lodge combines the comforts of a luxury retreat with the region’s highestcaliber fishing, floating and outdoor recreation opportunities.
The lodge is located in a quiet corner of south-central Wyoming, surrounded by inspiring views of the North Platte valley, snow-capped peaks and numerous wildlife species. Once a one-of-a-kind private Western estate, the property has been carefully remodeled and reimagined as an ideal destination for corporate retreats, team meetings and other groups wishing to experience a taste of the wilderness with the traditions of the Mountain West.
Riverbend Lodge lies minutes away from the charming small town of Saratoga, whose motto is “Where the Trout Leap in Main Street.” Saratoga and the upper North Platte River Valley are known for spectacular blue-ribbon trout fishing, abundant wildlife and outdoor recreation. Saratoga also is home to a natural hot springs once believed to possess healing properties and still open to the public today.
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