Rock Springs

Immigrants from all over the world began arriving in Rock Springs, Wyoming, in the mid-1800s to work the coal mines. Today, the region’s natural resources remain the driving force behind the city’s economy and it still prides itself on its cultural diversity. Each year, the International Day festival celebrates the food, music and traditions of these early immigrants. The city is the start of the Wild Horse Scenic Loop Tour, and close to the impressive Killpecker Sand Dunes and the popular Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area.

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