city in Converse County, Wyoming, United States

Douglas is a city in Wyoming.

Get inEdit

  • The Converse County Airport

Get aroundEdit


Jackalope City. Other attractions of the area are: the Wyoming State Fairgrounds, the Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum, Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center, Oregon Trail and Historic Marker, Fort Fetterman, Ayres Natural Bridge, Sir Barton Memorial Statue - the First Triple Crown Winner in the United States, Laramie peak in the medicine Bow National Forest, Esterbrook Recreational Area and Friend Park Campground.

North Platte River provides the perfect backdrop for a number of recreational activities. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the countless canoeing, fishing, swimming and picnicking opportunities afforded in this region. Several scenic hiking and walking trails can also be found nearby.

  • 1 Fort Fetterman State Historic Site. One of few original frontier posts with existing buildings, at the junction of the Bozeman and Oregon/Morman Trails. Open from 1867 to 1882.    


This area of east central Wyoming is the home of many historic trails rich in their history and rugged scenery. The mountain ranges and foothills offer refuge to elk, bear and deer with herds of antelope foraging on the diverse landscape.

The town of Douglas sits on the banks of the North Platte River, on the path from/to Denver, Colorado, Yellowstone National Park, or the Black Hills of South Dakota.






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Routes through Douglas
BuffaloCasper  N    S  → Jct   ECheyenne
Yellowstone N.P.Casper  W   E  LuskValentine
Grand Teton N.P.Casper  W   E  TorringtonScottsbluff
Miles CityGillette  N   S  END

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