- The list below includes 43 free or cheap things to do in or near Wilson, Wyoming, including 23 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Horseback Riding.
- From Owen Bircher Park to Teton Raptor Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wilson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jackson, Victor, Moose and Driggs.
Equestrian tour provider Linn Canyon Ranch is located in Victor, Idaho. This family-owned firm offers horseback tours, guided hikes, pack trips, luxury accommodations and more. The ranch is available for event rental and is in high demand as a wedding venue.
Lead by experienced guides, WorldCast Anglers is a business that guides fly-fishing trips to individuals of all fishing skill levels. During the trips, individuals are led out into the water and catch fish while being instructed by the knowledgeable guides.
Pierre's Playhouse is an independently owned movie theater multiplex that shows a variety of first-run Hollywood movies in digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and serves a variety of refreshments.
A nonprofit cultural and recreational center, the Teton Valley Foundation features an array of activities and attractions. The foundation maintains an ice rink, and sponsors a variety of races, sporting events, and other special events.
Family-owned and operated through four generations, Mill Iron Ranch, should be your first stop when visiting Jackson Hole. Choose from a variety of guided horseback trail rides, enjoy an authentic ranch meal and see the stunning views all around you.
Elk are abundant around Bagley's Teton Mountain Ranch. Located in Victor, Idaho, the ranch is a full-service tour company that offers lodging, guided hikes, wintertime sleigh rides and other memory-making activities.
Morley's Acres Farm & Bed & Breakfast offers a friendly and relaxed ranch atmosphere in the heart of the gorgeous Teton mountains. Farm to table breakfasts are served each morning. Private cottage and comfortable rooms are available.
Take a walk down memory lane at The Spud Drive-in Theater, in Driggs, Idaho. This traditional theater features plenty of car space, a huge hi-resolution projection screen and state-of-the-art in-car audio devices.
The Teton Valley Creamery, located in a 1930's Art-Deco building, prides itself with making raw milk artisanal cheese and ice-cream from local alpine-valley milk. Daily trips to the Wright Family farm, bordering the Teton mountains, ensures the freshest milk possible.