There are so many things to do in Cheyenne, Wyoming. But for those of us who do not drink, it can sometimes be difficult to find activities that do not involve drinking. What can you aside from brewery tours, wine tastings, bar hopping, etc.? Luckily, there are a lot of things you can do in Cheyenne even if you do not drink.
See the Cheyenne Big Boots
Throughout the city of Cheyenne, there are eight-foot tall cowboy boots that have been painted by local artists as a tribute to the history of both Cheyenne and Wyoming. There are 19 stops on the tour, and it’s so much fun to find all of them.
Get fresh produce at the farmer’s market
Every Tuesday in June through October, there is a farmer’s market in the West Parking Lot of Frontier Mall. Come out and see all of the Cheyenne farmers who have the freshest vegetables, fruit, and produce available.
Play a round of mini-golf
Visit the Wyoming Adventure Miniature Golf course and enjoy 18 holes of a fun game with your friends or family! This course is especially fun as it features famous Wyoming landmarks like Old Faithful and Devils Tower.
Take a Yoga class
Yoga is an amazing thing to do for both your body and mind. It can help you to gain strength and flexibility while helping you to clear your mind and achieve better focus. There are several places to do yoga in Cheyenne. Try the Little Lotus Yoga Studio (http://www.little-lotus.com) or Blossom Yoga (http://www.cheyenne.blossomyogastudio.com).
Try one of Cheyenne’s best restaurants
There are so many great places to eat in Cheyenne. If you’re in the mood for Asian cuisine try Anong’s Thai Cuisine (http://www.anong-thai.com/menu/) or Korean House Restaurant (http://www.guadalajaramexrest.com/). If you’re in the mood for Mexican food, Guadalajara is a definite must. There are so many different options available to you if you are trying to get tasty food in Cheyenne.
There are a lot of fun things to do without partaking in alcohol. In all seriousness, though, if you feel you are having a problem with your drinking, you should definitely seek help. (The Recovery Village, Alcoholics Anonymous, and Smart Recovery are all great resources that you should check out.) The important thing to remember is that a life without alcohol does not mean a life without fun!