4.5 based on 27 reviews
The museum exhibits 62 full body mounts of wildlife plus 27 life- size wax figure historic scenes of the fur trade, western exploration, native Americans & early settlement of the west.
My 6 year old grandson had his birthday party at the heritage center. He is fascinated with everything there. Lots of historical things and lots of animal mounts. Great place to spend a few hours. Great price for admission. Staff very friendly and knowableThank you!
3.5 based on 113 reviews
The Wind River Hotel and Casino is the largest gaming destination in Wyoming! We have more winners, bigger promotions, newer games, and the largest variety of live table games and slot machines in the Cowboy State. Our players win and win big! Cash, Trucks, Cars, and Quads! Join our Rewards Club to earn Free Play, Free Food, and Free Entries into our drawings.Pepsi products, tea, hot chocolate and a specialty blend of coffee are available at two self-service stations on the gaming floor. We take pride in serving you! And be sure see the Wind River Casino Gift Shop showcasing Native American Art.Located in the heart of Wyoming, the casino is a must see destination for visitors to Wyoming.
We were coming up for the 2017 Eclipse from Utah. We had no reservations and what was out there was crazy expensive. We decided to wing it and found the Wind River Casino. The Casino is just out of town but offers bus service that goes back and forth from town very regular. The Casino has a Cafe and Restaurant that is available 24/7. The prices were average with several options; no sticker shock. The staff are super friendly and answer your questions. The shop is nice and has some souvenirs to choose from including Native Arapahoe items to purchase. The Casino offers smoke free Gambling area. NOTE: Casino is Alcohol free. We stopped due to the RV's we saw in an open field and needed a place to camp. The awesome news which was unbelievable but true was they were allowing you to stay FREE in the field. The Casino offered porter potties and trash cans and you could set up and stay for Free. During our stay the Arapahoe had a Ceremony in the field to dedicate Veterans in the Military. They welcomed all to join in the dancing, food and celebration. I wanted to say Thank you for this as it really made the trip affordable and we sincerely appreciated the accommodations and kindness of the Arapahoe Nation.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Castle Gardens is like a miniature Canyonlands. There are some beautiful formations, but it is a long drive on a not developed dirt washboard road to get there. There are no bathroom facilities either, nothing around for miles. There are some neat Indian hieroglyphics behind a fence on the formations. We got some nice pictures there. Bring water and expect your vehicle to get really dusty. It is free.
Family owned & operated one of kind Nature & Outdoor Photography by Jim Brown; and artistic & functional ceramics by Dan J. Brown. Photography items include cards, matted prints, limited editions on canvas, acrylic or metal. Ceramic items include unique artistic pieces along with local clay and made to order dinnerware.
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