Culture & Lifestyle

Particularly noted for its spirit of volunteerism, the community supports a myriad of activities.

Parks & Recreation

Cheyenne Rec Department offers opportunities for children and adults at play. In addition to 30 plus miles of The Greater Cheyenne Greenway system, 30+ community and neighborhood parks there is also boating, fishing opportunities and several sport complexes and pools including the newly expanded and renovated aquatics center & spray park. Cheyenne also opened a new splash pad in downtown Cheyenne.

The Great Outdoors

Outdoor adventure is waiting for you less than 30 minutes west of Cheyenne! Three scenic and distinct areas — the Pole Mountain and Vedauwoo areas within Medicine Bow National Forest, and Curt Gowdy State Park — provide a rich playground for both the casual nature lover and the avid outdoor enthusiast, all year long!

Restaurants and Bars

Cheyenne has a wide variety of restaurants, ranging from Asian cuisine to buffalo burgers. Below are our listings that you can narrow with the search, if you prefer.

Things to Do

There’s always something fun happening in the Cheyenne area, whether it’s the world’s large rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days, or feeding the local bison at the Terry Bison Ranch, you will have plenty to do.


Wyoming’s climate is much more comfortable than the national average. At an average altitude of 6,100 feet, the temperature in Wyoming rarely exceeds 100 degrees F. The local high temperature for the Cheyenne area averages around 82 degrees F in the summer months and 40 degrees F in the winter months.

Cheyenne rests on a broad plateau 6,100 feet above sea level. The Northern end of the Front Range Mountains to the west act as a moisture barrier, lending to the city’s semi-arid climate. Bathed in sunshine and clear blue skies 273 days a year, the city experiences 52 inches of annual snowfall, which quickly melts away in the sun’s warm rays.