Buford One, Buford Wyoming

"Nation's Smallest Town" Known Around the World

What Is In Buford, Wyoming?

By on August 11, 2011

Often we hear the question “what can you do in Buford, Wyoming?”. There are many things to do!


Vedauwoo (pronounced vee-da-voo), is the  “Land of the Earthborn Spirit”.  This natural area is a secluded rocky oasis with dense pine forests, natural wild flowers and Wyoming wildlife under the wide-open western skies. Vedauwoo is 4.4 miles from the Buford Trading Post. Camping is available, visit Public Lands for more information or stop in to the Buford Trading Post for your camping supplies!

Hiking and Rock Climbing

For the adventurous people, rock climbing at Vedauwoo is a popular attraction. All ages and skill levels will find areas to climb and see the beautiful Wyoming wilderness in its natural state.  Granite walls, cliffs, boulders and open areas provide an outdoorsmans mecca in the beautiful Medice Bow National Forest. 

Curt Gowdy State Park

This state park boasts fishing, horseback  riding, an archery range, bird watching, hiking, mountain biking, boating, camping and picnic areas. This beautiful state park is only 20 minutes from Buford, Wyoming!  Find more information about Curt Gowdy State Park on the  Wyoming State Parks website.

Cheyenne Frontier Days

Every July, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo and concert series comes alive.  Folks travel from around the globe to experience the “Daddy of ’em All”.  Buford, Wyoming attracts many tourists en route to the  parades, shows, shopping and more, which are only 30 minutes away.  The western art show and vendors bring in the masses, attracting “real” cowboys and cowgirls - even if “real” only for a day or a week out of the year.  To experience the western legend, visit the CFD Rodeo website for more information.

Laramie Jubilee Days

A local favorite, Jubilee Days takes place in beautiful downtown Laramie, Wyoming - a short 23 minute drive from Buford, Wyoming.  Laramie’s Jubilee Days brings life to the streets with rodeos, parades, downtown exhibitors, car shows, street dances, the “fall brawl” and more.  Experience Wyoming or learn more about this local favorite, visit the Jubilee Days website.