Every year you can take your fifth wheel camper to the Wild West to explore during Frontier Days. Frontier Days is a heritage festive that takes place in Cheyenne, Wyoming during July and is ideal for a fifth wheel camper adventure. This week of celebration consists of activities, entertainment, and even parades. You can experience the world’s largest, professional outdoor rodeo, and camp out under the stars. If you think this is a trip you want to take in your fifth wheel camper, make sure you reserve your spot ASAP.
Frontier Days with your fifth wheel camper: What to expect
This fun filled week will be the ideal trip for you and your family to take in your fifth wheel camper. All ages are welcome to the festival and will enjoy themselves. Frontier Days offers country musical acts, parades, and free pancake breakfasts. Rodeo fans will find activities such as riding, wild horse races, roping, and steer wrestling.
Are you a history buff? Then, haul your fifth wheel camper on over
Throughout the week of events, you will find live historical demonstrations. You may see Buffalo Bill Cody or even Wyatt Earp. There are artists, craft makers, as well as an Indian village with drums and ceremonies for you to watch. Frontier Days is an authentic way to visit the west with your fifth wheel camper. Try the foods from the wagon crews cook off or visit the art exhibits at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. No matter your tastes, there is something for you.
But, wait – there is still more fun in store for your motor home trip!
There is even more excitement in store. The USAF Thunderbirds have been a highlight of the festivities since 1953. Visitors love to see the action above their heads. If you are one of these tourists, make sure you reserve a spot to watch. It fills up quickly.
You also have the opportunity to go backstage at the rodeo and see what really happens. The Behind the Chutes Tour offers a 40 minute secret, behind the scenes look and are free.
Save money by traveling by recreational vehicle
By traveling in your motorhome travel trailer you can cook on board and save extra spending that often happens by eating out every night and day at fairs. Make sure you cook items appropriately to cooking at a high altitude, for example boil water longer because Cheyenne is located high above sea level (approx. 7,000 feet). This means water boils at a lower temperature.