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LEDA and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD)are partnering for the annual WOW Weekend, which celebrates Lander and Fremont County as a an outdoor destination, exposes attendees to a wide variety of recreational opportunities, as well as educational stations for maximum local FUN!

This annual special outdoor show featuring top brands, experts, as well as outdoor recreational and educational events. And, it is free for the whole family!

As part of this annual event, LEDA and WGFD will be promoting local businesses with a shop local raffle to all WOW attendees. Attendees will simply save & show their receipts for every $10. spent on tangible goods in Lander on 05.19 and 05.20 then attendee will receive 1 free raffle ticket up to $500.00 or 50 tickets

This event is sure to be a memorable experience for attendees with bargain prices for all your outdoor equipment needs along with multiple, educational and recreational events and activities for the whole family. 

Outdoor and Recreational Activities Include: 

  • fly casting
  • long distance target shooting clinic and event
  • biking skills
  • bear safety awareness
  • birding watching
  • migration maze
  • macro-invertebrate ID and stream health
  • wildlife habitat
  • fish ID and biology
  • archery
  • rifle shooting
  • wilderness first aid
  • trapping skills
  • live raptors
  • wildlife forensics
  • habitat hikes
  • air rifles

Brands & Experts:

  • Vendors (products & tourism) 
  • Local businesses
  • Foundations
  • Conservation organizations: Game & Fish, Nature Conservancy  
  • Outfitters
  • Field trips


2 locations:

Lander Community and Convention Center (LCCC) & CWC Sinks Canyon Field Station


TBA for 2018

For WOW's full schedule of events or call 307-438-9728

Mark your calendars and join us for this exciting free 2 day weekend event!


For more community wide events, please visit Lander Chamber of Commerce.

Wake with the sun, throw your rack in the truck, and head into Sinks Canyon for epic trad and sport climbing. Sandstone, granite, dolomite, ice — if you can climb it, Lander has it. After climbing, continue up the canyon until it opens into a lush alpine meadow for picnic lunch — this is your taste of the remote Wind River backcountry. Don’t forget your fly rod to hook a few brookies. Cool off at Popo Agie Falls on the Middle Fork Trail. Should be beer-thirty by then.


Main page photo generously donated by Scott Copeland