Introduction to Lander, Wisconsin
Lander was named in honor of transcontinental explorer Frederick W. Lander. It became the Cowboy Line’s westward terminus of the Chicago and North Western Railway. This originated the slogan "where rails end and trails begin."
Lander and nearby Attractions
- Lander Children's Museum
- Sinks Canyon State Park
- Pioneer Association Museum of the American West
- Hot Springs State Park
- Fremont County Pioneer Museum
- Boysen State Park
Things To Do In Lander
The shoppers must visit the Squaw Creek Shopping Center. Some of the notable locations in the community include Sinks Canyon State Park, Sinks Canyon State Park, and Lander Pioneer Museum. The history buffs must visit museums like Hot Springs County Historical Museum, Wyoming Dinosaur Center & Dig Sites, Pioneer Association Museum of the American West, and Fremont County Pioneer Museum, which would enhance their knowledge about the history of the place. The local festivals include Wyoming State Winter Fair in the month of March and Chokecherry Festival in the month of August.
Riverton Regional Airport is nearby.
Lander Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Casper College, Utah State University or at Idaho State University.