Make your next Valentine’s Day getaway unforgettable by visiting the snow-covered mountain towns of Wyoming. Look forward to taking a relaxing dip in the hot springs in Saratoga, as well as taking horse-drawn carriage rides in Cheyenne. Many vacation rentals in Wyoming put you and your significant other right in the heart of romantic settings such as the forest-filled areas of Yellowstone National Park and Teton Pass. Find the perfect spot to enjoy breathtaking sights during Valentine’s Day in these cities in Wyoming.
Enjoy a romantic getaway in the midst of the Grand Teton National Park when choosing Wilson as your Valentine’s Day destination. Spend some time exploring the historic buildings and even the Bentwood Inn, a bed and breakfast in a 200-year old timber structure with mountain views from each balcony. Have the ultimate log cabin experience when dining at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn for some American cuisine, or spend the evening with comfort food at Chippy’s Kitchen. A Wilson vacation area also puts you close to skiing at Teton Pass and the National Elk Refuge.
2. Elk Mountain
Nothing says romance like a picnic for two under the stars, which is why when determining where to go in Wyoming for Valentine’s Day, Elk Mountain is the obvious choice. The Elk Mountain Hotel serves up a basket of goodies for couples, especially for Valentine’s Day, featuring wine, cheese, salad, and even dessert. Spend the rest of your trip touring the Main Street area, wandering through the specialty shops to find the perfect gift for your Valentine.
Take a dip with your loved one when choosing a vacation rental in Saratoga that puts you within minutes from the Hobo Hot Pool. After warming up in the hot pool on those cool mornings, grab a romantic lunch and some locally brewed beverages at the Snowy Mountain Pub. Saratoga is ideal for a stroll through the historic district, hand-in-hand, where you can pick up some souvenirs at Gold Hill Bushcraft before booking a couple’s massage at the Trailhead Spa at Brush Creek Ranch. The salon balcony and treatment rooms offer a stunning view of the Sierra Madre Mountains for the two of you to admire together.
Snuggle up with that special someone when attending the Cody Ice Festival, hosted by this Wyoming city each February. Tour the festival together to see the creative ice sculptures, and then make a reservation for your Valentine’s Dinner at the Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel that features historic memorabilia from the Wild West. Charm your leading lady with a tour of Old Trail Town where you can even hop on board an old-time wagon after viewing the western artifacts and buildings. Cody also puts you within close proximity of the hiking trails at Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, both ideal for romantic walks during the day. When you’re ready to unwind, sample the wines at Buffalo Jump Winery.
5. Jackson Hole
If you’re wondering where to go in Wyoming for a romantic hot air balloon ride, then Jackson Hole is the place. Reserve a ride with the Wyoming Balloon Company to see the snow-covered mountain tops up close and personal on Valentine’s Day. A vacation rental in Jackson Hole also gives you and your loved one access to horseback riding, waterfall hikes at Jenny Lake, and a spa day at Amangani Resort. After an adventurous day, put on your best dress and suit and enjoy the fine dining at Couloir, which offers spectacular views of the Wyoming mountains. Rendezvous Bistro is also a hot spot for couples seeking an outdoor dining experience on Valentine’s Day.
Get a little playful with your significant other when visiting the expansive outdoor playground at Snowy Mountain Range in Cheyenne for Valentine’s Day. Spend your day snowmobiling or snowshoeing while bundled up together. See this quaint Wyoming city old-fashioned style when renting a horse-drawn carriage ride with S and V Carriages. A visit to the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, complete with two dozen gardens, gives you a chance to see nature up close and personal while walking through the meadows, ponds, and flowerbeds with your arms wrapped around each other. Top off your Valentine’s Day with the classic sounds of a Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra performance in downtown.
Put on your bathing suits and warm up from the chilly Wyoming winter winds with a soak in the Black Sulpher Springs. Hot Springs State Park, located within minutes from your Thermopolis vacation rental, is a hot bed of archaeological history and romantic nature settings where you can profess your love or pop the question. Cuddle up to that special someone in a mineral pool or spend the day touring the Legend Rock Petroglyph site together. After a relaxing day, prepare to tempt your taste buds together with a seafood dinner at Stones Throw Restaurant or Mexican cuisine at Las Fuentes.
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