Overview

Here is a list of visitor centers in the Bighorn Mountains outside of Sheridan, Wyoming. Use it to find restroom facilities, rest stops, and site-specific information. You may be able to find maps or other guidance at these visitor center locations. While you’re taking a break from driving, learn a little about this scenic region.

Bozeman Trail Days

Bozeman Trail Days

The Bozeman Trail Association and Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites will present a symposium, tours, living history programs, and other events that give our visitors and local residents an opportunity to enjoy the history of the Bozeman Trail. General Overview Living history demonstrations, history camp, weapons demonstrations and historical

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Fish Hatchery

Fish Hatchery

The Story Fish Hatchery is located along the east slope of the Bighorn Mountains in northeast Wyoming. The original hatchery buildings were built in 1909 to serve the needs of northern Wyoming. Throughout the years, the Story Hatchery has undergone significant renovations to keep up with new technology in fish

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Shell Falls Interpretive Site

Shell Falls Interpretive Site

This beautiful Visitor Center is a popular stop along the Bighorn Scenic Byway. Look at Shell Falls and walk along the interpretive trail. Over the past million years, Shell Creek has incised a deep chasm through the sedimentary stone and ancient granite. The water of Shell Falls, dropping at a

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Wyoming Game and Fish Department

Wyoming Game and Fish Department

Interpretive Center and Visitor Services The Sheridan Interpretive and Visitor Services program provides understanding of the major ecosystems found in northeastern Wyoming, and how humans and wildlife interact with these ecosystems. The program also provides information on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s role in maintaining these ecosystems through wildlife

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