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Located just off I-25 in Douglas, Wyoming – home of the Wyoming State Fair!
The Four Winds Motel is located in Douglas, Wyoming, just off I-25. We are right in the heart of Jackalope Country. From our front door it is 50 miles north on I-25 to Casper and 130 miles south to Cheyenne, the State Capital. Both cities have commercial air service and rental cars. Also nearby is… Read more »
We are part of the Plains Trading Post which includes a gift shop, 24-hour cafe and motel. A family run motel with a unique atmosphere.
AAA, full-service hotel. Interior corridors. Secure entry. Excellent overnight stop to Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills of South Dakota, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally of Denver. Restaurant/Saloon on premises. Oversized pool. Meeting facility.
The award winning Sleep Inn & Suites is a Designed to Dream hotel in Douglas, Wyoming. The facility is 100% non smoking and features 63 beautifully decorated guest rooms. Other hotel features include: meeting space, indoor pool and hot tub, business center, fitness center, free HSIA, complimentary Morning Medley Breakfast and large truck/RV parking. Guest room amenities… Read more »
Fully furnished guesthouses and cabins available by day, week or month Working ranch in two locations with modern cabins. Hiking, riding, hunt elk, deer, antelope, lion, prairie dogs. Sample ranch life, open spaces. Cattle, sheep, llamas, goats, pigs, horses, including mustangs. Two-night minimum. Families welcome.
One of few original frontier Posts with existing buildings. Considered a hardship post at the junction of the Bozeman and Oregon/Morman Trails. Open from 1867 to 1882, becoming a very Wild West town until 1887 with shootouts, robbings, and hangings. About Fort FettermanLocated north of Douglas, Wyoming on Highway 93, take Exit 140 off Interstate… Read more »
The Thunder Basin National Grassland, located in northeastern Wyoming, is in the Powder River Basin, between the Big Horn Mountains and the Black Hills. Activities include hiking, hunting, fishing and bird and wildlife viewing. Camping is allowed, but there are no developed campgrounds. The U.S. Forest Service manages the grassland, which is made up of… Read more »
If one of your dreams is to be part of the western lifestyle and see some western scenery not shared with too many folks, then come spend some time with the crew at the Two Creek Ranch. Two Creek Ranch is a family owned working cattle ranch. We run 700+ mother cows on 25,000+ acres… Read more »