Wagon Box Inn & Cabins

Address: 103 N. Piney, Story, Wyoming, 82842, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 103 N. Piney, Story, is near US Highway 16.
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Travel Blogs from Story

The Badlands, SD

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 19, 2014

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... with folks. Even people you love and who you know love you. A few things to add about the Badlands. On our way there we stopped at Devil's Tower and Mt. Rushmore. Both were great stops, and I was a bit bummed we weren't staying one night at Devil's Tower. It would have been neat to have had a chance to do some hiking in the area, and the natural landscape was really beautiful. It was a very quiet setting -- outside the park there is just a little bit of development with ...

Buffalo, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 17, 2014

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... we reminisced driving our car through there on challenging dirt roads last year. After lunch we rode over to nearby Sheridan for a "look see". It's a nice town/city with a busy Main Street lined with all kinds of stores and restaurants. Driving around town we saw the Sheridan Inn which is now a historic site which opened in ...

To Buffalo via Thermopolis & Big Horn Natl Forest

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 20, 2013

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... us through the most amazing climb up to approx 9000 feet in the Big Horn National Forest, known for its community of big horn sheep and ancient ancient rocks dating back 3 million years and more.

It was a longer, more arduous drive than anticipated, so we are ending tonight in Indian Campground in Buffalo. Tomorrow we will head to Devils Tower National Monument and then across the state line into South Dakota to Mt Rushmore.


What day is it?

A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 09, 2013

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... some of the sights we took in yesterday.

Didn't see a buffalo up close but saw a herd of them as we were leaving the area. They were too far away for me to get a picture.

Remember duck and cover? We went to the Minuteman Missile silo sight. It was operational until 1993. It was fascinating listening to our tour guide-he was a Lt. Colonel and would be in the air if there was a missile launch ...

Road to Buffalo

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad on Aug 01, 2013

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... ski fields and bear country. Lunch at Basin (small farming community) with the American Legion community centre who were selling burger, pop and pie for $6 to fundraiser for the youth of the town. Choice of 30 different pies all home made.Tim had the cherry cream cheese pie while Carol went for chocolate pecan.....delicious....can't say the same for the burger but pie alone was worth $6 Rode over powder river pass at 2946 feet. Mountains still towering ...