We are located in the heart of Dubois, a rustic western cowboy town just 50 miles east of Grand Teton National Park and then another 25 miles via scenic byway to Yellowstone National Park. Our area offers some of the country's finest recreation, from trout fishing and horseback riding, to kayaking, hiking and more.
Yellowstone National Park is famous for its geysers and hot springs. The Park contains about half the world's geysers., including the world's most famous geyser, Old Faithful.
It also is a home to grizzly bears, wolves, bison and elk.
www.nps.gov/yell (307) 344-2107
Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming. At approximately 310,000 acres (480 sq mi; 130,000 ha; 1,300 km2), the Park includes the major peaks of the 40-mile-long (64 km)Teton Range as well as most of the northern sections of the valley known as Jackson Hole. GTNP is 1.25 hours form Dubois/Wind River KOA.
www.nps.gov/grte (307) 739-3300
Discover the Wild World of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep through Hands-on activities at the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center . Then, view wildlife from November through March, on a tour of the winter range of the Whiskey Mountains.
Discover the Shoshone which encompasses the area from the Montana state line south to Lander, Wyoming which includes portions of the Absaroka, Wind River and Beartooth Ranges.
There's so much incredible scenery in Wind River County it's hard to see it all. One way that will help you is exploring our extensive off-road vehicle trails (ORV). Driving your ORV in the state of Wyoming requires a $15 permit, which you can purchase here. The Dubois area offers significant access to the extensive trail system. Maps of the area maps can be found here. For Dubois, use the Shoshone South & Pinedale Geo map link.
Don't have an ORV? No problem. ORVs can be rented locally at Dubois Honda ATV (307-455-3825) or Full Throttle Power Sports (307-455-4045).
Wind River Country boasts world-class outdoor recreation opportunities: internationally known climbing in Sinks Canyon, trout fishing, hiking, camping, and epic snowmobiling on the Continental Divide Trail and Togwotee Pass, just to name a few. You can explore over 2,000 miles of alpine streams and hike mountain peaks over 13,000 feet above sea level.
Wikipedia defines the jackalope as: ... a mythical animal of North American folklore (a fearsome critter) described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns. The word jackalope is a portmanteau of jackrabbit and antelope. Many jackalope taxidermy mounts, including the original, are made with deer antlers.
Here in the Wind River Region, we know better.
There is no sound on Earth like the sound of the thundering hooves of horses.
Visit the Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary to see real wild mustangs up-close by taking a tour.
Learn about Native American culture, and experience life on a working ranch on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
8616 Hwy 287
Lander, WY 82520
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