offers the comforts of luxury yurts, , , , and , as opposed to in the Wyoming wilderness and taking on the natural elements in the rough.
As fall continues and winter approaches, northern Wyoming andhotspots close following a bustling Labor Day weekend.
However, the end of the summer season doesn’t connote fewer tourists.
According to a report, Stacy Packard said that the Sheridan/Bighorn Mountains KOA had seen a surge in the number ofwho visit at the end of the season.
The owner explained that the KOA has witnessed the number ofincrease during the summer through the fall. COVID-19’s restrictions have prompted people to frequently across the U.S.
The KOA offers a community fire pit and a pool, as well as a store and horseshoe pit.
Packard noted that the KOA is a popular destination for, particularly in the time of Born in a Barn at the beginning of September.
“I thinkhas picked up because people can make it their own, like the little . It’s a fun way to get away, it’s not necessarily expensive, and they can keep to themselves, but they can (also go) with their friends,” Packard said.
are now among the most popular types of , Packard has observed. Packard said that are challenging to purchase and the price has increased. She’s spoken to numerous who have traversed all of the U.S. to buy a . They will long distances to get these , she said.
is becoming more popular, and the need for spots that are open all through the winter and fall months grows. Accommodating this demand is also a factor for the KOA and Apsaalooke on the Crow Reservation in .
Kathleen Carpenter, the owner of Apsaalooke, said has become an appealing way to . It allows smaller groups to enjoy private, more spacious locations to explore while being distanced from people.
“I think a lot of people starting looking intoand Airbnbs, you know just renting and . I think a lot of people got interested in during this time. It is all the rave,” Carpenter said.
The enduring desire forduring the autumn months encourages tourists to take to the road and inspires businesses to grow.