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Rating of rental supplier in Cheyenne (WY)

Average customer ratings for rental car provider in Cheyenne (WY):

4.5 from 5 (124 ratings)

(4 from 5)
Was able to sort out multiple drivers easily, they made the process easy to understand
Rating of Alan S.- 07/22/2015 01:06 AM
(5 from 5)
The wide choice of cars made it hard to make a decision, although in the end we found the ideal car for us.
Rating of Marshall E.- 07/21/2015 18:28 PM
(4.4 from 5)
Great customer service!
Rating of Jake H.- 07/22/2015 01:27 AM
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Rental Car Cheyenne (WY)

The capital of American state Wyoming, is Cheyenne, a metropolis that offers its fair share of attractions for enthusiastic tourists. Commonly referred to as America’s rodeo and rail road capital, Cheyenne is named after the founding people who first settled in the area. You don’t have to rent a horse and saddle to enjoy the very best Cheyenne has to offer. A Rental Car in Cheyenne can be booked on HAPPYCAR.com, a comparison portal that lets you compare booking rates for different car hire Cheyenne such as Argus Car Hire, Holiday Autos, Sunny Cars, Drive FTI before making a choice. Remember to also check your travel insurance when bhiring a car to ensure that you are covered while driving.

Experience the Very Best of the Famous Outlaw Trails and Ranches

Release your inner cowboy or cowgirl spirit while driving your Car Rental Cheyenne on the Outlaw Trail, the same roads used by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and other wanted outlaws to escape from law enforcement authorities. Drive your hired car to the Terry Bison Ranch where you can then park and tour the ranch on a horse or horse-drawn wagon while watching thousands of bison that call the ranch their home. There’s also a winery for wine lovers – remember not to drink too much though since you still have to drive your rental car back home. Carry copies of your travel insurance with you so you can check if car hire Cheyenne allows you to designate another driver just in case you over indulge.

Discover Cheyenne by Rental Car

History buffs will enjoy renting a car to visit the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum which has one of the most popular and appreciated western horse-drawn wagon collections in the USA, and the Corinthian-style Capitol building or the Historic Governor's Mansion. For family fun drive your rental car to the IKON Center where kids will enjoy arcade games, laser tag and other fun activities. Whether kids want to experience rodeos, or dad wants to try his hand at golf, or the family wants to relax at one of the many parks, national forests, museums or symphonies, there's no shortage of alternatives here for a fabulous holiday. Explore the historic Warren Air Force Base, an immaculate military facility with strict security. Cheyenne’s scenery makes for some interesting drives. Be sure to hire a car that’s low on fuel consumption so that you don’t empty your bank accounts while admiring the Botanic Gardens, Brimmer Park or Bayard Depot Museum.

If your Car Rental Cheyenne allows you to bring your furry pets along for the ride, check out Cheyenne’s pet friendly accommodation and choose from over 28 different pet-friendly hotels, campgrounds and Air BBs. Fido-Friendliness presently has the highest ranking. Curt Gowdy State Park, 40 minutes west of Cheyenne is also a great pet-friendly option if you prefer camping. Lions Park and Holliday Park also welcomes pets. Pet-friendly camps and parks allow you to walk your dog and also take your dog out exploring. Cheyenne offers plenty of walking trails to wear out your kids, partner and furry ones. Cheyenne Community Nancy Mockler Dog Park is a must-see if you’re a dog lover. Within the city, the Greenway system is made up of over 21 miles of connected paved trails for walking, running, and biking. Pet-friendly locations provide bags and garbage receptacles to collect your dog’s droppings.

After a day of driving your rental car through Cheyenne’s fabulous tourist attractions kick back and relax at either Freedom’s Edge Brewery, or Danielmarks Brewery and Taphouse, where well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome. Fur-buddies can enjoy “puppuccinos” at The Paramount Café and also lets pets relax in their shady, outdoor garden. If you plan on visiting places your fur-baby will prefer to pass on, there are plenty of services that are available to take care of your furry one. Choose from Red Ruff Inn, K-9 Kennels, Bradbury Boarding Camp, or Petco.

The closest airport, Cheyenne Regional Airport, is within two miles of central Cheyenne. You can rent a car at the Cheyenne Regional Airport. There are more than 41 cities within a 50 mile range of Cheyenne. Drive your rental car for more traveling fun to nearby cities such as Virginia, Wellington, Pierce or Grover.