With more than 200 miles of groomed winter trails the Bighorns are an outdoor paradise for snowmobile enthusiasts, x-country + backcountry skiers, ice climbers, snowshoers, fat bikers and folks on the hunt for that perfect instagram moment. #VisitSheridan
Sheridan Travel & Tourism is thrilled to announce the inaugural Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo, scheduled for February 23rd, 2019! Click here for more information.
Stoke your fire in Sheridan, a vibrant mountain town with a rich ranching history, spectacular arts culture, excellent restaurants, and a thriving craft scene. Visit iconic landmarks like the Sheridan Inn, the Mint Bar, Kings Saddlery, Surf Wyoming, Fort Phil Kearny, Black Tooth Brewing Co., Trail End State Historic Site, and a hundred other destinations to après ski.
Sheridan Travel & Tourism is available to help you plan your next Wyoming experience, whether you’re on the solo trip of a lifetime or looking to call Sheridan home.
For additional information on travel planning, lodging, activities, restaurants, historic attractions and more, browse this website or call (307)673-7120.
Located near the banks of the South Fork of the Tongue River in the Bighorn National Forest, this family owned and operated lodge features a full service hotel, restaurant, bar, and rustic cabins. Their location on top of the Bighorns allows for easy access to trails for both motorized and non-motorized recreation.
6002 US-14 Dayton, WY, 82836
Located at the start of the Medicine Wheel Passage in the Bighorn National Forest, this mountain resort features a full service hotel, restaurant, bar, rustic cabins, wi-fi, indoor pool, and more.
5600 US-14, Dayton, Wy, 82836
A 12,000 square foot lodge located just off of the Bighorn Scenic Byway, Elk View includes a full service hotel, restaurant, bar, rustic cabins, wi-fi, and conference rooms. Elk View is 7.5 miles from Sibley Lake, 9 miles from Black Mountain, and 25 miles from the Medicine Wheel Historic Site.
4622 US-14 Dayton, WY, 82836
The oldest dude ranch in the United States, Eaton’s Ranch has been serving guests for 139 years and is still providing travelers with a genuine Wyoming ranch experience. Eaton’s continues to function as a working cattle ranch. Guests can explore 7,000 acres of open country at the base of the Bighorn Mountains. Services include horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking, and snowshoeing.
270 Eaton Ranch Rd, Wolf, Wy, 82844
Located at 8,400 feet above sea level and approximately 59 miles from Sheridan on the Bighorn Scenic Byway, the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation area offers a place for skiers, snowboarders, and enthusiasts of other non-motorized snow sports a place to converge.
28 Forest Service Road 244, Shell, WY, 82441
The M&M’s Center is home to Whitney Rink, an indoor ice-skating rink located a few blocks from Sheridan’s historic downtown. Named after Forrest Mars and the Whitney Foundation for their contribution to the construction of the facility which was completed in 2015. Locals and travelers can rent ice skates for free during their open skate hours (see website for open skate hours).
475 E Brundage St, Sheridan, WY 82801
For winter fly fishing, the Fly Shop of the Bighorns offers guided trips, gear, and thousands of custom flies designed to land you the “big one”. Call with question regarding places to fish, flies to use, and techniques for fishing during winter months.
334 N Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Sheridan Bicycle Co. offers a selection of mountain bikes, including fat-bikes for crushing winter powder. You can rent one out for a day and head for the miles of groomed cross-country ski trails the Bighorns provide.
43 S Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Backcountry snowmobile guide service in the Bighorn National Forest. The guides at Sled Wyo can take you to their favorite secret spots, help you plan you winter excursion to Sheridan, arrange snowmobile rentals, and give you an up-to-date snow report.
357 E 2nd St Sheridan, Wy 82801
If you’re looking for all of the necessary mountain adventure gear, the Sport Stop has you covered. They supply cross-country skis, snowboards, snowshoes, and all the accessories you could possibly need for a winter excursion in Sheridan.
208 N Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
One of the leaders in creating quality craft beer in the Rocky Mountain region. Black Tooth Brewing Company offers three flagship beers; Saddle Bronc (brown ale), Bomber Mountain (amber ale), and Hot Streak (IPA). The also present a wide range of brews to enjoy in a very relaxing and social taproom.
312 Broadway St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Sheridan’s home for culinary enthusiasts and those looking to explore the world of cuisines. Whether you’re shopping for new ingredients to experiment by yourself or looking to learn some new tricks from the professionals.
234 N Main St, Sheridan WY 82801
A place for fine food and exquisitely crafted cocktails. The evolving drink menu features bespoke homegrown concoctions, some made with Wyoming Whiskey, sagebrush, and honey.
55 N. Main, Sheridan, WY 82801
Spirits that carry the American west tradition. Smooth and strong like the Cowboys of Wyoming, this local distillery perfects vodka, whiskey, gins, and liqueur. The Koltiska family settled here in the 1800s and for over 100 years have been known in the community. Today, they celebrate their history and traditions with friends and visitors through their distilled spirits.
644 Crook St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Luminous features multiple unique craft ales such as Uphill Red Ale, Black Mountain Coffee Ale, ½ Speed Session Ale, High Country India Pale Ale, and more. The also offer frequent live bands, dances, and host some of Sheridan’s finest food trucks.
504 Broadway St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Opened in 1907, The Mint has been a favorite watering hole for over 100 years. Even prohibition in 1919 couldn’t stop the flow of liquid courage as a speakeasy was kept running until the end of the dry spell. Today, it’s one of Wyoming’s most iconic bars.
151 N Main, Sheridan, WY 82801
You don’t have to be a skilled painter to enjoy an evening at The Paint Post. Folks of all ages and skills are welcome. The instructors help guide you step-by-step to create your own artistic masterpiece. Classes are held a few times each week. You can view their calendar here to see what exactly they are painting and how many seats are available.
117 N. Maint St, Sheridan WY 82801
Sample some of Wyoming’s best wines, whiskeys, crafter beers, meats, and cheeses this winter. The Tasting Library host several events each year to give locals and visitors a sip or taste of worldly flavor.
700 N Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Verdello brings global cuisine to your kitchen. Verdello offer a unique selection of oils, vinegars, and specialty food products as well as cooking classes to help you hone your cooking craft.
23 Grinnell Plaza, Sheridan, WY 82801
Weston Wineries produces 307 wines from West Coast-grown grapes sourced from producers along the Pacific. 307-brand wines are an exercise in local wine making wizardry.
122 N Main Street, Sheridan, WY 82801
Cattle & Creek specializes in Wyo cuisines, while the bar serves local beers, wines, and craft cocktails using regionally sourced spirits, mixes, and ingredients.
201 Broadway, Sheridan, WY 82801
This 422 seat concert hall, one of the largest in the region, provides year-round entertainment for those particularly interested in performing arts. From symphony orchestras to art galleries, the Whitney Center has frequent events for visitors and locals alike.
1 Whitney Way, Sheridan, WY 82801
In 1923, The Wyo Theater opened their doors as well as opened up the minds of the Sheridan County residents. The theater brought a sense of elegance and genuine entertainment to the rugged and wild west of Wyoming. Today, the Wyo Theater still is providing locals and visitors with exotic performances, live operas, cultural enrichment, and education opportunities.
42 N Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
1.1 million acres of National Forest right outside our backdoor. The Bighorn National Forest is a hub for winter recreation and leisure. Skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. For general information regarding specific areas, rules & regulations, safety, and more, contact the Bighorn National Forest Service- Tongue Ranger District
2013 Eastside 2nd St, Sheridan, WY 82801
The DSA works to promote, ehance, and preserve Sheridan’s Historic Downtown District. Event schedules, news, information on local business, and the history of downtown.
121 South Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801
Sheridan Travel & Tourism headquarters. Give us a ring, shoot us an email, or stop on in for any questions regarding the area. We’re always happy to help you make your experience of Sheridan truly the greatest. The visitor center can accommodate you with brochures, maps, booklets, and even free coffee!
1517 E. 5th St, Sheridan, WY 82801
For information regarding road travel and weather hazards, visit the Wyoming Department of Transportation website or give them a call.
10 E Brundage Lane, Sheridan, WY 82801
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