February 14th is coming up sooner than you think, and if you’re still in the dog house from last year, when you thought a waffle iron or a tool belt was a great gift idea, or even worse, that you FORGOT, than this year you’ve got to up your game.

Travel Wyoming.com lists romantic places in Wyoming for you and your loved one to spend a romantic getaway.

In northwest Wyoming, the Cody Ice Festival runs from Friday, February 10th through Sunday, February 12th.

Adventurers can try instructed ice climbing in what is known as “one of the most exciting ice climbing venues in the world.” There’s evening ice presentations and ice shows, along with ice clinics on Friday and Saturday, and you can buy a pint glass and enjoy sipping on the suds with their Bottomless Beer! Note that recent heavy snows could affect your plans.

A warmer Valentine’s Day celebration is waiting in Saratoga with a soak in the relaxing all natural springs at the Saratoga Resort and Spa. You can soak in one of their five teepee covered pools, then settle back with a glass of champagne or other cocktails, while sitting by one of the many roaring fireplaces, and then enjoy the night in a comfy feather bed!

“Wyomingites and many other visitors come to play” in Thermopolis for healing waters at The Hot Springs State Park. Enjoy the swinging bridge across the Bighorn River and bison roaming the grounds.

There’s spectacular skiing that also offers a romantic stroll through Jackson Square and some of the finest dining the state has to offer. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is nothing short of beauty, grandeur and romance that your Valentine will never forget!

Close to Laramie or Cheyenne is Snowy Mountain Range for skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling. There’s also several beautiful cabins for romantic weekend gazing at the stars at night, and embracing the amazing sunrises at dawn. A recent snow storm may impede your plans, so call first.
Just a few places to match your love of your sweetheart with the love of our beautiful state for Valentine’s Day in Wyoming.

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