Wyoming is an incredible place, full of unique terrain.

If you've lived here a while you've probably explored a lot of the great outdoors, but the good news is our state seems to have an endless supply of places to visit.

Check out these five spots you likely haven't been, to add to your Wyoming-outdoors bucket list!

  • 1

    Tongue River Cave

    Just west of Dayton, the cave is 106 feet deep and over a mile long with many different passages.

  • 2

    Bridger Wilderness

    The Bridger-Teton National Forest is a must-do for hikers and campers.

  • 3

    Killpecker Sand Dunes

    Killpecker Sand Dunes in southern Wyoming is the second largest active dune int eh world.

  • 4

    Sinks Canyon State Park

    Sinks Canyon State Park near Lander has many outdoor options. Rock climbers in particular love this area.

  • 5

    Lake Marie

    Lake Marie is located 130 miles west of Laramie near Medicine Bow Peak. Check out the picnic area, campgrounds, and hiking areas.