Platte County launches scavenger hunt to promote its destinations

Via the Wyoming News Exchange

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WHEATLAND (WNE) — The official tourism organization for Platte County has launched “A Road Trip Adventure Through Wyoming’s Platte County,” a new mobile scavenger hunt that encourages people to visit destinations across Platte County. 

The passport is a free program that any local resident or visitor can sign up for, showing participants every unique experience Platte County has to offer in an easy, mobile-friendly way. 

Highlighting stops like the 3D Archery Range at Glendo State Park, Boothill Cemetery in Hartville, Register Cliffs in Guernsey, the Platte County Fairgrounds in Wheatland and the Centennial Windmill in Chugwater, the pass encourages users to explore the entirety of Platte County. 

“We are excited to offer this program to visitors, residents and our small businesses,” said Ruth Moyte, chairman of the Platte County Lodging Tax Board. “It showcases tourism and encourages visitors and residents to explore the area and partake of the unique businesses throughout our communities in Platte County.”

Users of the program can take advantage of discounts offered by participating businesses and win prizes by finding designated outdoor locations.

To sign up for it, visit 


This story was published on June 22, 2022.


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