- TripBuzz found 2 things to do with kids in or near Dubois, Wyoming.
- From Dubois Museum/Wind River Historical Center to National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center, the Dubois area offers 17 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Natural History Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and River.
- A resort community, Dubois is popular with tourists in the summer months. Nestled near the Wind River Mountains, the town offers a Western culture and experience allowing for activities like horseback riding, wildlife watching and guest ranching. Consequently, the American Cowboy Magazine recognized the community as one of the 'best rural towns of 2012'.
97% 35 votes
909 West Ramshorn Street., Dubois, WY MoreLess Info
The Dubois Museum/Wind River Historical Center begins with the history of the Mountain Shoshone, the first inhabitants of the Upper Wind River Valley, and follows the region's story through homesteaders and Scandinavian loggers.
91% 85 votes
907 W. Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513 MoreLess Info
The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center maintains a focus on wildlife stewardship and information on the bighorn sheep. Wildlife tours in the Whiskey Mountain Habitat Area promise viewing opportunities to see the animals in the wild.
100% 48 votes
14496 Hwy 191 S, Bondurant, WY 82922 MoreLess Info
From two hour to full days rides, Sleeping Indian Outfitters Day Tours customizes private tours for its guests, including scenic views, river crossings, or a combination ride and trout fishing experience.
The Skyline Scenic Drive is a 34 mile roundtrip excursion that is a must-see for guests in the area. Visitors will have much to behold as they climb part of the Wind River Mountain to see incredible picturesque sights.
A pronghorn migration route that has been repeated for thousands of years, the Ancient Path of the Pronghorn today is a federally designated wildlife migration corridor. Tourists who drive alongside the route may be able to see them.
At the Museum of Mountain Men, visitors can view exhibits from when mountain men ruled the land around Pinedale. Visitors can see fur trading papers, antique firearms, Native American hunting weapons and old photography equipment.