Indian Campground

Address: 660 East Hart Street, Buffalo, Wyoming, 82834, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 660 East Hart Street, Buffalo, is near Big Horns and Buffalo Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Buffalo

The Tourist Routes

A travel blog entry by solinski on Aug 05, 2012

... Beartooth Mountain), glacial lakes, snowy mountain tops and alpine vegetation. It is known as one of the greatest drives in the USA (or so they say!) Although the road, with its many switchbacks up and down takes about 3 hours to drive, we figured we should check it out. We would have to agree that the drive was worth it. Lots of great scenery and vast valleys and mountains to view.

We ended up at a small chip wagon ...

Free swim and shower

A travel blog entry by catndeano on Jul 30, 2011

... free park tonight. Around 6pm the pool closed and we had dinner in the van. The car park we were in was a nice quiet spot that we might have a go at staying in over night as there dosn't seem to be any signs that say we can't. After dinner we had a wander into the main street to see what a busy Saturday night in Buffalo was like. We then wandered back to the van to see if we could settle in for the night. Around 10pm there was a drunk ...

Day 4 - Buffalo (no soldiers)

A travel blog entry by lasthours on May 14, 2010

7 comments, 27 photos

... at $100 seems a bad plan. Bought a starbucks card and joined their free wifi program, seems easier and skyping texts is a lot cheaper anyway.

Made a short detour to the petrified woods, really interesting to see wood that has been turned to stone. Watched a short film explaining the process and then did a walking tour of the woods, really pretty and we had it all to ourselves. Peace at last!!!

One long straight road, with a ...