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Watching grandpaw win the race 
Cowboy watching grandpa win the Packhorse Race


Welcome to our area of Wyoming - and the little town on Dubois. I have a friend at the Chamber of Commerce who can send to you a Package of information. We are surrounded on three sides (west, north, and south) by the Shoshone National Forest, and the territory north and south of the Forest are designated Wildernesses. Ten miles east of town is the large Wind River Indian Reservation within which are the cities of Riverton and Lander. A number of Indian towns exist withing the bounds.

I just found out (December 2010) that our town is rated 2nd our of 10 western towns that "best keep the spirit of the west" going. True West magazine in its January 2010 issue has these towns listed and described. You can read about us there.

Below is a list of subject matter that can be placed in a package and mailed free to you. We are proud of our Rocky Mountain region and of our little town. You can see something of our town here and you can begin to see some of the mountains and terrain around us by going to Wyoming Photos (see above).

Out town with Ramshorn Peak in background       Heading for winter pasture  
              Out town with Ramshorn Peak                              Dude and Hunting mountain horses going 
                in the background                                                 through town heading for winter pasture


- The List -   (contact our chamber of commerce -  duboiscc@dteworld.com)

Calendar of Events
Hiking
Camping
Rodeo
Square Dancing

Museum (excellent history of the mountains, town, and Indian tribes)
Art Shows (the primary one is a National Show)
Self Guided Driving Tour of Wind River Country (maps and info)
Horse
Back Riding (a few sponsored in town and others in the surrounding dude ranches)
Buffalo BBQ (every August the volunteer fire department puts on a large BBQ (a whole buffalo) and people from all over come to that event)
Historic Walking Tour (through our town along a paved walk along the Wind River)

National Big Horn Sheep Interpretive Center (this is national attraction, and our mountains have the largest wild herd of  Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep)
Headwaters Arts and Conference Center (this conference center hosts many town events, but also is rented for a number of events scheduled by outside interests)

Guest Ranches (dude ranches that offer many things like trail rides, fishing trips in summer and snowmobile rides in winter, big game hunting in winter, etc.)
Motels (one with a swimming pool others with back door fishing in the Wind River, others with corrals to over-night horses, etc.)
Vacation Rentals (these are usually booked by the week, but can be booked for the month or for the summer)
Bed & Breakfasts
Established Campgrounds (one large commercial campground in the center of town and more than a few in the national forest nearby)
Restaurants (good food! we do not have a fast food in town and the nearest is 75 miles away)

Relocation and Real Estate information (there are a number of Realtors here, and prices are nothing like near Jackson)


Sincerely, Ron


 
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