For generations, Wyoming has drawn families and vacationers to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to relax, recreate and embark on unforgettable adventures. From Yellowstone National Park to the Grand Tetons to Mount Rushmore and all the stunningly beautiful locales in between, Blair Hotels offers a collection of warm, comfortable, family-friendly hotels that allows you to enjoy Wyoming as it was meant to be experienced.
From here, you can do and see just about everything to be done on land, water and air. With four fabulous seasons, Wyoming never closes! Set off on new and exhilarating exploits. Rediscover how special family time can be or engage with friendly locals. Leave the guidebook behind and just go where the day takes you.
To help you plan your Wyoming adventure, here are a few of the top attractions and things to do just moments from our hotels.
Meet William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, one of the icons of the American frontier. Learn about the man, his life and accomplishments through a fascinating series of exhibits, artifacts, multimedia presentations and interactive programs.
Added to the National Historic Register in 1973, the Buffalo Bill Dam was one of the first of three major dams built by the Bureau of Reclamation in the early 1900’s. Open annually approximately May 1 to September 30. Free admission.
Surrounding the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, the Buffalo Bill State Park provides easy access to fishing sites and a marina. It is located approximately six miles from the hotel. Facilities are open from April 1 to November 1 annually with limited winter access.
The magnificent Cody Mural covers a domed ceiling 36 feet in diameter and 18 feet high. Perfectly blended into the mural are selected historical scenes from the first seventy years of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In an adjoining part of the building, are displays and art telling the story of the colonization of the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming. No admission fee.
Cody is RODEO!!! This world famous PRCA-sanctioned rodeo has been performing nightly, June through September, in Cody, Wyoming since 1938. Seating is on a “first come, first serve” basis in either the general admission grandstands or the “Buzzard’s Roost” over the bucking chutes. Adult & Children ticketing available. Fee applicable. (Advance tickets are available at the hotel ticket concierge in the gift shop.)
An hour-long, 22 mile trolley ride with two enthusiastic guides sharing the story of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody and the history of the town of Cody, as well as giving an overview of the areas many attractions. Tour season: From early June to late September. Varying tour schedule. Please check for availability. Reservations recommended. Fee applicable. For more information call 1-307-527-7043.
We take pride in giving guests the best tour experience possible, and specialize in custom private or group tours. Our 15 passenger vans allow each guest to have a prime seat, as well as a one on experience with the guide. On our tours you will enjoy a more customized adventure without the loftier price tag. We offer tours to Yellowstone National Park, Kirwin Ghost Town, the Big Horn's and Medicine Wheel, Private Flying Tours, Termopolis and Legend Rock, as well trips to see the Wild Mustangs. If you want to go river rafting, we do that too! Please contact us at 397-587-6988
Old Trail Town is a unique reconstruction of more than 20 historically documented buildings of the late 1800’s. The Hole in the Wall Cabin – 1883 used by Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid. The Rivers Saloon – 1888 frequented by cowboys, outlaws and gold miners alike in Meeteetse, Wyoming. Bullet holes can still be seen in the door. It is the oldest remaining saloon in Wyoming. Trail Town Cemetery – the final resting place of notables such as Jeremiah “Liver-Eat’n” Johnson, buffalo hunter Jim White, frontiersman Jack Stillwell and “Bill” Cody, Col. Cody’s last living Grandson. Open May through September. Fee applicable.
This challenging, 18 hole, par 72 championship golf course combines scenic mountain terrain with open fairways, manicured greens and an imaginative use of water and lakes. The resident PGA Golf Professional offers a full service golf shop and practice facility including lessons, driving range, and putting green. Rental clubs and carts are available. Weather permitting the course is open year round, dawn to dusk. Fee applicable.
Daily trips to this location near Cody offer a glimpse into the world of wild horses and other local wildlife. Knowledgeable guides assure you have an enjoyable and educational experience. Seasonal. Fee applicable.
Established as America’s first national forest in 1891, the Shoshone contains some of the most rugged, remote and scenic areas in the country. The forest offers hunting and fishing, wildlife watching, hiking and spectacular photographic opportunities.
These river outfitters offer a variety of options for local guided river trips. Since its inception in 1978, Wyoming River Trips has been the only continually owned and operated rafting company in the Cody area.
If you’re looking for the adventure on the water you’ve come to the right place. We specialize in making your adventure a reality. We provide the exclusive means for on the water scenic tours of the beautiful Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area located near Lovell, Wyoming during the summer months (May-September)
Yellowstone is our Nation’s oldest and largest National Park. The East Entrance is located 52 miles west of Cody on US Highway 14, 16, 20. The Northeast entrance via the Chief Joseph scenic highway is 78 miles northwest of Cody. The park is open (weather permitting) from the 1st Saturday in May until the 1st Saturday in November for vehicle travel.
See you the Yellowstone Country you’ve always wanted to see. With a legacy dating back three generations in Yellowstone Country, this tour company specializes in sharing the “living history” of this special corner of the West. Full day, half-day, and multiple day custom tours of Yellowstone National Park, its surrounding ecosystem, and other unique Wyoming locations, await you.
Originally opened as the Red Star Camp in the winter of 1936-37, Sleeping Giant Ski Area officially opened in 1938 and is one of America’s oldest ski areas. Today, they have a unique terrain park, twice the vertical from the old days, challenging tree skiing & boarding, and a carpet for those just starting out. In addition to uncrowded slopes, the resort is home to spectacular wildlife.
The variety and frequency of entertainment at the Wind River Casino is unmatched in the region. From big-name musicians to comedians to impersonators to magicians, the entertainment is nearly non-stop. In addition to fabulous gaming and entertainment, visitors can learn about the heritage and culture of the Northern Arapaho Tribe through authentic song, dance, and storytelling performances. There is no charge to attend.
This local history museum that tells the story of the 20th-century homesteaders who brought Riverton to life in 1906 and helped it grow to its present status as the largest commercial center in west-central Wyoming. The museum displays artifacts that illustrate life at a time when the Old West was fading, but when many still believed that the pioneer spirit could lead to a bright future. The museum is housed in one of Riverton’s earliest brick buildings; the home of the Riverton Methodist Church from 1916 to 1960.
Riverton Country Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Riverton, Wyoming. This championship layout has 3 sets of teeboxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience. Online tee times may be available at Riverton Country Club or at nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount from the normal rate.
Renegade Golf Course is a 9-hole regulation length golf course in Riverton, Wyoming. This medium-length layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone. Online tee times may be available at Renegade Golf Course or at nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount from the normal rate.
Experience the historic struggle for control of the West firsthand by visiting the amazing Little Bighorn Reenactment – the site of “Custer’s Last Stand.” Witness Bvt. Major General Armstrong Custer, played by Steve Alexander (recognized by Congress to be today’s foremost Custer Historian), and the 7th US Cavalry Troopers come out of the Medicine Tail Coulee and clash with authentic Indian Braves as they both cross the Little Bighorn River, showcasing their great riding ability, to recreate that famous day of June 25th, 1876.
In its 85th year, this major stop on the professional rodeo tour features world-class male and female rodeo athletes in four nights of action packed rodeo performances. In addition to the riding and roping action, there’s a kickoff party, golf tournament, a parade, a carnival and more.
Eagle-plumed warbonnets, Winchester rifles and frontier-era spurs, chaps and branding irons! The 12,000-square-foot Jim Gatchell Museum, located in Buffalo, Wyoming on the eastern flank of the Bighorn Mountains, has entire collections of such items and artifacts on routine exhibit. Collectively, the museum’s holdings, exhibits and programs depict Wyoming and America’s frontier history, with particular emphases on Native American cultures, frontier military, pioneer cattlemen and settlers of the Powder River – Bozeman Trail Region.
Located in the iconic King’s Saddlery western tack store, the Don King Museum showcases over three decades of the King family’s dedication to collecting Western and cowboy memorabilia from all over the world. In addition to the hundreds of saddles that line the walls, the Don King Museum features perfectly preserved wagons, coaches, Indian artifacts, guns, Western tack and original artwork.