Why should I visit Dubois Wyoming?
Get a taste of the authentic Old West, rimmed with outdoor recreation. Dubois is located along the banks of the Wind River and is bordered by the Absaroka and Wind River Mountains. It's an easy escape from Jackson and Yellowstone, located just east of Togwotee Pass.
Where is Dubois, Wyoming?
Dubois is located in rural northwest Wyoming. It is southeast of Yellowstone National Park, a little over 2 hours from the south entrance. It is located northwest of Lander (about 1.25 hours). While it's not the easiest place to visit, it's a great destination to truly get away from it all.
What sort of services and amenities does Dubois offer?
Dubois is probably best known for its many guest ranches that offer a unique lodging option combined with great food and hosted activities. There are also about a dozen hotels and motels, as well as a couple bed and breakfasts and RV parks.
There are a few options when it comes to dinning out. Enjoy coffee shops and a couple sit down restaurants with comfort food.
Dubois has one major grocery store, a few banks, post office, and basic services. You won't find shopping malls or big city stores here.
What can I do and see in Dubois?
- Friday Night Rodeo: In the heart of the summer, head to the arena on Friday night for Dubois' rodeo.
- Square Dancing: The Rustic Pine Tavern hosts square dancing on Tuesday nights during the summer.
- Hiking: With such easy access to the Wind River Range, you can head out on any length hike just minutes from town.
- National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center: Learn all about the bighorn sheep here.
- Dubois Museum: Highlighting the history unique to this region, the Dubois Museum is a must even if you are just passing through.
- Fishing:Fish the upper reaches of the Wind River.