With Wyoming being the least populated state, a trip here means there isn’t all the traffic and crowds of residents as is normally the case with other state vacations. Yellowstone National Park usually makes its way to the top of every traveler’s itinerary, as it should with its scenic views and opportunities to see some of nature’s most beautiful creatures and flora. You can also plan a family picnic or a backpacking trip through the park. Keeping you in the outdoors is Grand Teton National Park. While here, expect to see gorgeous sights and exotic wildlife and to trek along various trails found throughout the park. Grand Teton is located in Jackson Hole, which also has other great outdoor activities and attractions like the Granite Hot Springs, the National Elk Refuge and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Also on your itinerary should be visiting Devils Tower. This national monument is a giant rock formation with a 1.3-mile trail surrounding the tower for visitors to walk on by themselves or with a guide.