Riverton sits at the convergence of the Big Wind and Little Wind Rivers which has been a meeting place and crossroads since pre-historic times. Riverton is home to many outdoor activities: play a round of 18-hole golf, go hunting, fishing, hiking or rock climbing and all within a few minutes drive. From skateboarding, bicycling and walking to ice skating, sledding, and playing in the snow; there is something for everyone to do!
Rails to Trails is a trail used for biking, walking and jogging that cuts through town along the old railroad right-of-way. Down this trail, you will be able to view multiple monuments and historical markers as well as a multitude of wildlife and a variety of plants and flowers. The 1838 Rendezvous Site served as a gathering and trading place. It is still used today and is the only rendezvous site that remains at the original location. This area is open year-round and includes walking paths that lead to a wealth of historical preservation.