CHEYENNE — Wyoming Office of Tourism will launch its second summer of the WY Responsibly campaign on June 1, encouraging all to be mindful travelers throughout the state. The WY Responsibly campaign is a value-based mission to educate and facilitate responsible travel by being stewards of Wyoming’s natural spaces, wildlife, communities and culture.
As the least populated state with the most room for adventure, in 2020 Wyoming experienced high visitation throughout all its national parks, monuments and forests, as well as state parks and other popular destinations where travelers could enjoy wide-open spaces. While interest for Wyoming continues to grow, the state still offers room to roam among its hidden gems and under-the-radar destinations throughout its nearly 100,000 square miles.
“Outdoor recreation has become even more popular over the past year with people looking for naturally social-distanced activities. With our wide-open spaces, Wyoming is an ideal destination for travelers and this summer we anticipate even more visitors will explore the state,” Diane Shober, Executive Director of Wyoming Office of Tourism said in a press release. “As the last bastion of the west and with nearly 50 percent of the state designated public land, it is important for visitors and residents to be mindful traveler and work together to keep Wyoming wild and free.”
The WY Responsibly campaign was initially launched as a response to COVID-19,…