- The list below includes 3 free or cheap things to do in or near Meeteetse, Wyoming, including 22 different types of inexpensive activities like Bars, Specialty Shops, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- From Meeteese Chocolatier to Cowboy Bar, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Meeteetse and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cody.
Former rodeo cowboy Tim Kellogg started Meeteese Chocolatier as a way to raise money to buy a new saddle. What started as a short term proposition turned into a chocolate shop using organic products selling champagne, peanut butter, Grand Marnier, sage, huckleberry and beer truffles, chocolate covered pretzels.
Cowboy Bar is the site where Butch Cassidy was arrested for stealing a horse, and the only time Cassidy spent any time in jail. Visitors can eat ribs, steaks, pizza, hamburgers, patty melts, and chicken sandwiches there along with having a drink.
Shoshone National Forest comprises 2.4 million acres of varying terrain types, from sagebrush flats to snow-clad mountains. The forest offers 1,389 miles of hiking trails, 306 miles of snowmobile trails, and 48 miles of cross country ski trails.
Since the summer of 1978, family owned and operated Wyoming River Trips, has been helping visitors create memories that last a lifetime. Choose from a variety of guided river trips and enjoy the great outdoors and a thrilling white water adventure.
The Gateway Motel & Campground is a privately owned campground, RV park, and motel that includes a bath house, cable TV, and a laundry facility. The area also has full hookup sites, waters sites, and electrical outlets.
Lead by a live, knowledgeable narrator, Cody Trolley Tours is a service that educates its guests about local history and landmarks. Visitors on the tour view historical sites, scenic views, and learn about the city's namesake William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody.
Kirwin Ghost Town Tours offers hikers of advanced ability a chance to visit an authentic 19th century mining town that was suddenly abandoned after an avalanche. Maintained and operated by state park rangers, the tour requires strong mountain hiking ability.