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Wyoming is home to thousands of miles of public lands, hundreds of miles of hiking & biking trails, epic climbing & wildlife watching that can’t be matched. Here, you’re never far from your next outdoor adventure.
With so much history & beauty, Wyoming has a long list of fascinating museums around the state. Dinosaurs, Westward Expansion, Native American culture and wildlife are just some exhibits waiting to be explored.
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Western & native artists live, work & play in Wyoming, making it a haven for the performing & visual arts. Entertainers & craftspeople throughout the state share their talents so you can experience professional art in a relaxed setting.
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Mountain camping with all the conveniences of town. Riverfront sites with cable, Camping Kabins, tent sites, 30 and 50 amp pull-thru sites, full hookups, equine sites, campground store, indoor heated pool, playground, laundry, fire rings and picnic tables. Free Wifi in campground. Big Rig friendly. Call 1-800-562-0806 for information. Campground Amenities: Bait, Camp Store, Campfires… Read more »
Open year 'round. The Stagecoach Motor Inn is Dubois' largest and most complete lodging facilities. Located in the heart of downtown. The Stagecoach has been American Family owned and operated since 1977, striving in cleanliness and friendly Western hospitality. Popular amenities include air conditioning, outdoor pool, hot tub, coin laundry and picnic and playground. Park… Read more »
The closest thing to fast food in Dubois! Pizza, wings, subs, wraps, burgers and a vast selection of drinks and snacks. Sinclair unleaded fuel, ethanol free supreme and diesel along with a car wash.
A 9-hole public course. Season: early April – late Oct. Green fees $18 – 9-holes, $28 -18-holes daily. Clubs and carts for rent. Driving range, practice green, pro shop and snack bar.
The Antler Workshop and Gallery is a must see destination. It is a high energy, creative workshop along highway 26/287 in Dubois, Wyoming. The workshop area is where Kurt Gordon, antler builder for over 30 years and Lyn a potter for over 7 years create their art. The gallery area displays their work as well… Read more »
Open Summer, Fall and Winter. Wilderness Boundary Restaurant on site with an American Rocky Mountain Fresh Casual style menu. Full Service Bar and Package Liquor, gas station, laundromat, general store, small campground, lodge rooms, vacation rental cabins and camping cabins. Lava Mountain Lodge is located in the Shoshone National Forest, The World's 1st National Forest… Read more »
Comfortable log cabins are located on each side of the river within 300 yards of the main lodge and are spaced well apart to insure privacy. All cabins have private bathrooms and electric heat, most have wood stoves. The main lodge has a large stone fireplace, dining room, sitting rooms, library, pool room, terrace and… Read more »