We have a gift shop with clothing items and souvenirs.
bird watching, Rifle range with replica guns of the West
Water based Activities
outdoor pool, hot tub
Fishing & Wildlife
The fly-fishing at the Lazy L&B Ranch and the Upper Wind River area is every bit as good as the famous waters of the nearby Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
The clear waters that flow are home to Rainbow, Cutthroat and Brown Trout and in this part of Wyoming, the fish are still eager to take a fly. The Wind River in Dubois is a “Blue Ribbon Stream” which in Wyoming is a stream with greater than 600 pounds of trout/mile. Blue ribbon waters represent the top 3-5% of rivers or streams in the state for trout production.
The East Fork of the Wind River is a stream, which meanders through the ranch, with excellent nymph, dry and streamer fishing. Just down the road is Bear Creek, lined with cottonwood trees and bordered by hay pastures. It is a favorite of small stream aficionados. The creek is full of small cutthroats and has great dry fly action.
The West (Wiggins) Fork of the Wind River has a breathtaking canyon view and is truly one of Wyoming’s best-kept secrets. The river spreads out into numerous threads that allow for easy wading and multiple anglers. The Wiggins Fork has lots of cutthroats, browns and even a brookie here and there.
Fishing on offer
spin, fly, river, stream, equipment available, guided non-inclusive, unguided, instruction available, BYO equipment
We're adjacent to 80,000 acres of Game & Fish wildlife habitat and part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.This means there are many opportunities to see a wide variety of wildlife. We see elk, pronghorn (antelope), deer, moose, beavers, badgers and muskrats, coyotes and wild horses. Occasionally we'll see big horn sheep, bears, bobcats and mountain lions and wolves.
The area is a paradise for birdwatchers as well. Expect to see a variety of Hawks, Golden and Bald Eagles, Great Horned Owls, Mountain Bluebirds, Western Wood Peewees, Willow Flycatchers, Brilliant Violet Green Swallows, Red-naped Sapsuckers, Bullocks Oriole, Northern Flicker, House Wren, Western Meadowlark and Yellow Warbler among others.
Town of Dubois
“DUBOIS, WYOMING GRABS HONORS AS A TOP TEN WESTERN TOWN”, True West Magazine
Back in the 1890’s outlaw Butch Cassidy spent a lot of time in the Rocky Mountain town of Dubois, Wyoming. Visitors today will find that it hasn’t changed much. Dubois -population 962- still features the EA Ranch, where Butch sometimes worked as a ranch hand. It’s one of several historic dude ranches in the area. The surrounding areas are still teeming with wildlife, including bighorn sheep and elk. Anglers fish for trout in the local rivers and streams where Kit Carson and Jim Bridger trapped beaver.
“Dubois is one of those places that’s escaped the ravages of time” say True West Executive Editor Bob Boze Bell. “That’s no accident. It takes a lot of determination by local folks to keep their heritage intact. They are most deserving of recognition”.
You will also enjoy visiting the National Big Horn Sheep Museum or a hiking/driving tour to see the petroglyphs.
22 miles / 30 mins
National Museum of Military Vehicles
The National Museum of Military Vehicles displays the largest private collection of military vehicles in the United States. What started as the owners’ personal passion and appreciation for military history turned into a desire to share the collection with the public, educate guests on the roles various military vehicles and weaponry played in shaping our history and conveying the stories of the brave soldiers who operated them.
The 140,000 square foot museum features over 400 military vehicles and historical artifacts, capturing over 100 years of American ingenuity from WWI to the Global War on Terror. Additional highlights of the museum include a theater, conference room, classroom, research library, and restaurant. The main museum galleries feature a thoughtfully designed World War II vehicle gallery, a meticulously curated weapons vault, post- World War II vehicle gallery, and a smaller artifacts and armament gallery.
12 miles / 15 mins
A Tuesday tradition for locals and guests alike at the Rustic Pine Tavern in Dubois put on by the St Thomas Episcopal Church. All ages and all levels of dance skills are encouraged to come! There are three rounds, allowing new squares to be assembled each time. Pretty much impossible not to have fun!
22 miles / 30 mins