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

Chief Windbreaker returns to Little Bighorn

A travel blog entry by oleary34 on Jun 18, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

... Karen's not really feeling the love for Montana though and misses the water. But Karen was feeling the love for everything today because as her dad would say she's "on the dope." (She was put on some medication for her back pain) So she was quite giddy and didn't think it was a good idea for her to be driving around the cliffs. We took an unexpected detour to The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument where Keith almost piddled with excitement! We got some great shots and ...

Buffalo and Sheridan, WY

A travel blog entry by rballard29 on Jun 23, 2009

54 photos

Trip 1 – Buffalo, WY

June 23, 2009

Another long day. We will travel to Buffalo, WY between Casper and Sheridan. It is 228 miles but we will be stopping in Casper to visit Papa Ron's Aunts grave site. Aunt Helen died just before Christmas this past year and we were unable to attend the service because of snowy weather up here.

Leaving Rawlins, the road is two lanes through rolling hills and lots of ...

Mum's Diary of our holiday

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey on Jul 03, 2000

13 photos

... that we set off at dawn.

We got as far as Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming for breakfast. Sustained, we headed towards Casper where we had lunch in the grounds of Fort Caspar. The spelling error accounts for the fact that the town name was spelt incorrectly and nobody has felt inclined to change it during all these years. The fort was ...