The city of Laramie is located in Wyoming's Albany County on the Laramie River between the Snowy and Laramie mountain ranges. This scenic town is well known for its many outdoor sports and activities, its old western feel, and the annual events held within the city. Among these events are the Annual Celtic Festival, and the Laramie Jubilee Days celebration that takes place in July. Guests will find comfortable accommodations at hotels in Laramie such as the Holiday Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, and the Quality Inn & Suites.
The UW Conference Center is a famous pick for those who are going to Laramie for business because the center hosts corporate conferences and galas, as well as other special events.
Hungry foodies at Laramie hotels need not go far for good food because the Corona Village Andale Rapido, Mizu Sushi, Boomer's BBQ, and Sweet Melissa restaurants serve great dishes from simple vegetarian to sophisticated Japanese.
The Frontier Mall carries most brand names and is located conveniently near many of the hotels in Laramie, making it easily accessible to locals and tourists alike.
Take a short drive just outside of Laramie to Como Bluff to see dinosaur fossils embedded in the rocks on the ridge. See more fossils and specimens at the Geological Museum at the University of Wyoming.
Tourists seeking exciting activities should visit the Laramie and Medicine Bow Mountains to go skiing, snowboarding, and even mountain biking. Tourists may also head off to the parks near their Laramie hotel to play baseball, volleyball, and soccer.
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