Welcome to Rock Springs, Wyoming. Rock Springs is a city with a heart of gold and citzens that will do anything to help out a visitor. A big attraction in Rock Springsis the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Come spend the day with the animals for an informative and entertaining afternoon. Meet the king of the zoo the African Lion and hear his tremendous roar as he welcomes you to the zoo. The zoo also offers numerous other cats to come look at like the spotted snow leopard. Step into the reptile house and get to know more about those things that slitter in the night. The snakes, boas, and lizards await you so that you can step into their environment and learn more about them. From Flamingos, Black Swans, Owls, Macaws, and Ducks this zoo aviary is great as you walk around these well taken care of birds you will see what we are talking about when we say you will be captivated by the beauty of these animals. There is also a small aquarium section in this zoo that offers bamboo sharks and sting rays. There are even a few animal special animals that you may not have even known existed until you showed up here such as the Lesser Kudu. One thing is for certain you are sure to have a blast at the zoo in Rock Springs! The staff is friends, the animals are beautiful and all that is missing is you.
Time to get out and enjoy some of Rock Spring's heritage! Too make it even better Enterprise Rent-A-Car is offering low rates for Rock Springs, Wyoming residents. With this much to offer why wait? Make your reservation from home today.
Another great attraction in town in the Rock Springs Historical Museum. When you walk up to the museum you notice the native sandstone will be awed by the breathtaking beauty of the building. The building itself sits on an 14 foot foundation to that it did not immediately sink the quicksand surrounding the site. The museum was built in 1894 for $28,200 from revenues collected in the issuing of liquor licenses. The building was one of the few to have electricity from the moment it was opened. This exquisite building has served many functions through the year and has sat as the City Hall, Police Station and Fire Station until the early 1980's. When new construction was done for City Hall buildings the building it seemed to serve no purpose to anyone and it wasn’t until almost a decade later that is was reopened as the Centennial Museum. The museum is filled with handfuls of exhibits that portray live in the town during the old days. Come experience some Rock Springs heritage.