Best Western Sheridan Center

Address: 612 North Main, Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801-3633, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 612 North Main, Sheridan, is near Bighorn National Forest, King's Saddlery and Museum, The Historic Sheridan Inn, and Trail End State Historic Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Sheridan

      On the road to Yellowstone

      A travel blog entry by travelingtails on Sep 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... to the interstate on a heavy fog closed in. After driving on the interstate for several miles the fog lifted but the weather remained dreary.

      After a successful trip to Walmart in Gillette leaving with a Keurig ( tired of instant coffee) and an otter box for my IPad ( tired of carrying it around in my hand) we headed west on to Sheridan. ...

      Bighorn Mountains

      A travel blog entry by jon.reinpold on Aug 13, 2012

      17 photos

      ... to the top of the Bighorns.

      Over the peak we went, and started our way down the eastern slope. The Bighorns are a great motorcycle area as well, and the traffic is very light compared to the other roads out west by Yellowstone. We stopped for the mandatory picture on the very eastern overlook that opens up to the flat plains. Unfortunately, due to all the fires out west, and with the wind blowing from the west, the view was very hazy, and you really couldn't see ...

      "Some historical stuff, I guess"

      A travel blog entry by nancykaren on Sep 10, 2011

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... who helped carve out Mt. Rushmore! I've had several people ask what we thought about the monuments...they're both really impressive, but the scale and individual effort of Crazy Horse impacted me more than Rushmore. I wished we could have gotten closer to both Rushmore and Crazy Horse - climbed up to see what it looked like in detail.

      So, we saw...and ...

      Small world and a devil of a tower

      A travel blog entry by wayne-gary on May 13, 2011

      11 comments, 15 photos

      ... had warmed up quite a bit. I think we read "65" on a bank display somewhere. It was a very, very nice day to be riding through the West on a motorcycle. At one point we came over a hill and rode past two cows grazing by a barb wire fence, both looking very suspicious. I am almost certain that just before we came over the hill, they had been standing upright, leaning on the fence, drinking cocktails and smoking cigarettes.


      Big Horn Canyon Nat'l Rec Area / wild mustangs

      A travel blog entry by linda_allen on Jun 30, 2009

      38 photos

      ... am still enthralled.

      Our day was filled with the many wonders of the Big Horn Canyon National Recreational Area. The most notable aspect of the Big Horn River was not that it has been dammed, but that it is full and fast - still flowing and often with white water above the plant line due to the spring rains. We expected brown hills, but we have the crazy-green hues of a Washington, DC ...