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Devils Tower Country

Known as Devils Tower Country, the towns in the area surrounding Devils Tower National Monument in northeast Wyoming are rich with history and outdoor gems.

Bordered by the Bighorn Mountains to the west, South Dakota to the east, Montana to the north and the Thunder Basin National Grassland to the south, this is a unique part of the state with plenty to offer. Anglers can try their luck at catching walleye and northern pike in Keyhole Reservoir near Pine Haven and Moorcroft. Rock climbers can challenge themselves by scaling the monolithic butte that is Devils Tower. Mountain bikers, hikers, horseback riders, cross-country skiers, snowmobilers and off-road enthusiasts can play on trails scattered within thousands of acres of public land, including the surrounding Black Hills National Forest. History buffs can take a trip to the Vore Buffalo Jump near Beulah to learn how this natural sinkhole was used as a buffalo trap by at least five Plains Indian tribes. And those interested in tales from the Old West can head to the picturesque town of Sundance to see where the notorious Sundance Kid inherited his name for stealing horses from a local ranch.

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Cities in Devils Tower Country

  • Aladdin
  • Beulah
  • Hulett
  • Moorcroft
  • Pine Haven
  • Sundance

Aladdin

Aladdin is a small community in the northeast corner of Wyoming that is worth a stop, especially during your trip to Devils Tower National Monument. It’s best known for the Aladdin General Store, which is the most prominent of the fifteen buildings that make up this tiny town.

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Beulah

Beulah is located on I-90, one mile from the South Dakota border. The town is home to the Buffalo Jump Steak House and is just three miles from the Vore Buffalo Jump historic site.

Hulett

Located on Highway 24, nine miles north of Devils Tower National Monument, Hulett is set in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming. The town is on the Belle Fourche River near the red rim rocks of Wyoming’s Bear Lodge Mountains and is home to The Golf Club at Devils Tower, an 19 hole championship course.

Moorcroft

Moorcroft is located on the banks of the Belle Fourche River, “Where the highway crosses the Old Texas Trail.” For a decade it was the largest shipping point for cattle and sheep in the United States. You can get a glimpse into the past with The West Texas Trail Museum’s showcase of the old ranching lifestyle right in the heart of one of the best ranching sections of Wyoming.

Pine Haven

Pine Haven is located in northeast Wyoming just south of Devils Tower National Monument and next to Keyhole State Park and Reservoir. Rolling hills, stately pine trees, clean air, water sports and golf are trademarks of the Town of Pine Haven. Keyhole Reservoir offers excellent fishing and wildlife viewing with approximately 225 species of birds.

Sundance

Sundance is located under the shadow of majestic Sundance Mountain in the Black Hills of Wyoming and is a close 28 miles from our first national Monument, Devils Tower. Sundance offers a prime location for a Black Hills vacation and offers fishing at Keyhole Reservoir and Sand Creek, primitive camping sites and more.

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