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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Wyoming is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Although Wyoming is one of the least densely populated of the fifty United States, it gets millions of visitors each year to its national parks and monuments. Most come in through Jackson Hole Airport, located in the Grand Teton National Park.
Of course, the biggest question for many travellers to a state this vast is how to get around. The roads are by far the most reliable and convenient transport network and many tourists opt for hiring a car straight from Jackson Hole. Alamo car rental has a pick up and drop off location right at the airport. Given our reputation in the industry for getting you the best price possible through our partnerships and special deals, many travellers find us the most cost-effective option.
Yellowstone National Park, home of the Grand Canyon, is often first on people's list of places to visit. It has the distinction of being the nation's very first national park and it's not difficult to work out why. The area has abundant wildlife, from grizzly bears and wolves to bison and elk herd. It's best known for its spectacular geysers - you'll want to include the Old Faithful Geyser on your itinerary as its eruptions take place fairly reliably every 91 minutes. Camping is undoubtedly the best way to enjoy the landscape and there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, boating and fishing almost anywhere in the park, as it has abundant lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Summer is the best time to visit, and it's worth noting that any trips to the park in wintertime would need to be well planned and properly equipped on account of the snowy weather conditions.
Drive down the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial and you'll find the Grand Teton National Park just 16km south of Yellowstone and nearly as well known for its wildlife and outdoor sports. The park is part of the Teton Range and attracts mountaineers and climbers to its carefully graded routes.
With the freedom that comes with car hire, you could make your way even further south to the Fossil Butte National Monument, which preserves an extraordinary fossil record in an ancient lakebed that has now become a high, cold deserts. Its Junior Ranger Program is specially designed for kids but there's no shortage of ranger-led activities on offer for adults too.