Die-hards love the 1,200-foot vertical drop at the Pine Creek Ski Area, just east of Cokeville. Thirteen different runs will challenge skiers and boarders of all skill levels.
Established in 1906. Recreation includes fishing, hunting, riding, and hiking.
Cokevilles Chamber of commerce promotes local business and events. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day the Chamber runs a visitors center located on the highway where visitors can get maps and brochures. Local crafts are available for purchase at the visitors center as well.
Cokeville Lodging Tax Board
Whether it’s your final destination or just a needed stop on your way to Yellowstone National Park, there is much to see and do while visiting Cokeville, Wyoming and its surrounding areas. Call us today to check availability and immediately reserve your room. Call Now: 307-279-3281Toll Free: 800-770-5845