Displays at the Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs, Wyo., are in various locations around the campus and show a Camptosaurus, a plesiosaur, a Stegosaurus, a Triceratops, and a Tyrannosaurus. All these species once inhabited Wyoming, and some of the specimens were collected in state. Admission is free and the college is convenient to travelers on I-80. For more information on hours, etc., visit the website linked above.
The college continues to run archeological field schools each summer, including one on the site of Evanston’s former Chinatown. Visit http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/archfieldschools.htm or contact Dudley Gardner directly at email@example.com.