Introduction to Douglas, Wisconsin
Douglas was founded when the Union Pacific Railroad established a rail station here in 1886. It originally served the surrounding cattle ranches and its cowboys, railway crews and US Army troops. The community was named in honor of U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas.
Douglas and nearby Attractions
- Guernsey State Park
- Salt Creek Museum
- Glendo State Park
- Nicolaysen Art Museum
- Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum
- Fort Casper Museum
Things To Do In Douglas
Local museums include the Fort Casper Museum, the Salt Creek Museum and the Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum. Local golfers can enjoy a round at the Douglas Community Golf Course or at Golf Wyoming. The Fort Fetterman State Historic Site, Spearhead Ranch and the Glenrock Paleontological Museum are all accessible from Douglas as well. The Wyoming State Community Fair is celebrated in Douglas every August.
Natrona County International is the nearest major airport.