Cities: Sheridan

Sheridan Mill Inn

Once a flour mill, this is now a historic motel on the National Registry of Historic Places. Rooms are appointed with western photography by L. A. Huffman; lobby consists of authentic western and Native American memorabilia.  

The Mint Bar

In 1907, the Mint Bar opened for business in the heart of downtown Sheridan. At that time, ice was delivered in horse-drawn wagons to the bar's ice box and bartenders wore long white aprons, serving drinks across a mahogany bar. During Prohibition, a "speakeasy" was quietly operated in the bar's back room for those who disagreed… Read more »

Quality Inn

The Quality Inn, a hotel located near Sheridan College and the Sheridan County Airport, provides guests a comfortable stay at an affordable price. This hotel is pet-friendly and offers free breakfast and high-speed Internet.

Sheridan WYO Rodeo

Since 1931, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo has been celebrating life out west. Located at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, just north of the stunning Bighorn Mountains, the PRCA-sanctioned Sheridan WYO Rodeo is a major stop on the rodeo trail for top cowboys and cowgirls from all over the country. Guests from across the globe come to… Read more »

Bighorn Mountain Guides

Bighorn Mountain Guides is the best adventure guide service in the Bighorn Mountains. We are based out of Sheridan, WY. Bighorn Mountain Guides offers day hikes, backcountry hiking, mountaineering, and rock climbing. Bighorn Mountain guides’ mission is to increase outdoor recreation in the Bighorn Mountains by educating, inspiring, and ensuring safety. All guides have extensive… Read more »

SledWyo

The Bighorn Mountains are approximately 15 miles from Sheridan, Wyoming. 1.1 million acres of National Forest right outside our back door. It isn’t uncommon to go out for a whole day and not see another sledder. Snowmobiling is the dominant sport in the area meaning very friendly service. Sheridan is home to approximately 17,000 residents,… Read more »

North Tongue Campground – Bighorn National Forest

Located 29 miles West of Dayton, Wyoming, on U.S. Highway 14, then 1 mile North on Forest Road 15. (Just north of Burgess Junction)  (-107.5337 x 44.7800)  Elevation is 7,900 feet. 12 camping sites, spur lengths 45-75'.   2 pull-thru sites (9 & 11), site 4 is a double.  Accessible restroom and drinking water available but… Read more »

Owen Creek Campground – Bighorn National Forest

Located 34 miles West of Dayton, Wyoming, on U.S. Highway 14, then .2 miles west on Forest Road 236. (-107.5003 x 44.7047)  Elevation is 8,500 feet, expect cold nights even in mid-summer.  7 camping sites, spur lengths 20-50'.  Season runs from approximately June 2 – Sept. 15.  Restrooms and drinking water are available, no showers,… Read more »

Little Goose Campground – Bighorn National Forest

Located 9.3 miles Southwest of Big Horn, Wyoming, on County Road 335 (becomes Forest Road 26), then 2.5 miles South on Forest Road 314.  (-107.1248 x 44.5900)  High-clearance 4-wheel drive is needed for FR 314.  Elevation is 7,000 feet.  3 rustic camping sites, spurs all 40'.  Restroom available, no drinking water, showers, phone, or electricity.  Season… Read more »