Address: 1809 16th St, Wheatland, Wyoming, 82201-2241, United States | Motel
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Torchlite Motor Inn Wheatland

        Reviewed by travelingma

        A Real Surprise

        Reviewed Jun 3, 2013
        by (18 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        This is one night we did not have reservations, so as nightfall was approaching we stopped at the motor inn. It has been years since I have stayed at a Best Western due to the poor quality I had found. This one was a very pleasant surprise. The room was clean, the beds comfortable, the owner very helpful and informative of the area, the breakfast offered both hot and cold entrees, and coffee is always available. Although close to Hwy 25, the room was quiet. Not much to do here but it was a pleasant one night stay.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Torchlite Motor Inn Wheatland

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Wheatland

        There And Back Again

        A travel blog entry by alexofhare on Aug 01, 2014

        ... I made tracks across the state. The bridge that connects the upper and lower peninsulas was a fun drive because of the four lanes it has, the two central lanes have a metal grate to drive on, giving a spectacular view hundreds fo feet down into the freezing cold water. Also, being able to see Lake Michigan out one window and Lake Huron out the other isn't half bad.

        The U.P. (Upper Peninsula) is a beautiful sight, and I managed to see some of the ...

        Five of Seven

        A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jun 20, 2014

        Of the past week myself and the JOH cyclists on the Trans America team have cycled over 535 miles. This week has consisted of two days off and five days of over 100 miles each. Gotta say I'm pretty proud of myself and my teammates. I was able to give my folks and little bro a call and catch up with them. I'm having a great time out here on the road and I can't wait to see them all in ...

        Wheatland - what can you say!!!

        A travel blog entry by harleyrider2 on Aug 07, 2013

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... park to rustic towns; desert like settings and then the open spaces of the prairies to arrive in Wheatland.

        There is little that can be said - it's a small town with one restaurant and bar which after following 2 locals directions,(you think after 3 now bad experiences, we would learn not to do this) and Julie ringing the local police, we got there in the end.

        Quick dinner and we are off to Laramie and Sturgis tomorrow.


        Fort Laramie - Wild West Post

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 07, 2013

        15 photos

        Fort Laramie was established as a U.S. Army frontier outpost
        in the era when the West was being explored and a major military outpost in the
        region during the 1850s to the 1870s, essentially from just before the Civil
        War until about the time of Custer’s defeat at Little Bighorn. The Fort is
        located in eastern Wyoming along the North Platte River and was also a stopping
        point along the overland trails heading west is the mid-1800s. It ...

        Custer's Last Stand

        A travel blog entry by alvrez on Jan 06, 2012

        9 photos

        ... dry grass, but if you step away from the road and look to the hills, you can easily imagine the war cries and sounds of battle. We drove the length of the park (about a 5 mile road) stopping at each marked section and reading about the history of the events that took place there.

        Back on the I90 we crossed into Wyoming and then the I25, we continued south – until a traffic cop on the other side of the road pinged Fred for going 150 ...