The Longhorn Ranch Lodge & RV Resort

Address: 5810 US Hwy 26, Dubois, Wyoming, 82513, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 5810 US Hwy 26, Dubois, is near Wind River Mountain Range.
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          Amenities

          Features

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

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Longhorn Ranch Lodge & RV Resort Dubois

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Dubois

          In Dubois (pronounced: 'dooboyz')

          A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Aug 01, 2013

          1 comment, 13 photos

          Forget your French! Up here in northwestern Wyoming we pronounce place names the way they are spelled. But how did I end up in Dubois?
          The day before yesterday in Seminoe State Park my batteries were running low. I needed to recharge my pc, mouse, camera, phone, shaver, toothbrush etc. etc. McDonald's has WiFi but no electrical sockets. So, I went to the nearest KOA campground which was in Casper. The drive to Casper along ...

          D29: Last Night in the Wilderness

          A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 16, 2012

          30 photos

          ... debrief, in which everyone stated their delight at how the 3 day trip went. I couldn't have agreed more. They were a great group of 7 to lead and to spend 3 days with. We had to do evaluations, both of the course and of each instructor. We prepared for gear de-issue by piling up our group gear, sorting and folding maps, and by giving everything a good ol' H2O clean. We ate dinner, one last time in the wilderness together. It was a grand stew, thick with ...

          D27 - ISGE D2 - Group Effort

          A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 14, 2012

          33 photos

          ... technology, but sometimes you have to make the right decision, not the one you want to make. Just as we found out our position with the GPS, Eric discovered our mistake with the maps and it backed up what the GPS had told us. The GPS was now merely a confirmation instead of a need. Sweetness.

          About an hour later and a 1,000 feet of elevation decline, we were in camp. We all rejoiced thoroughly and began to look for camp and kitchen ...

          D25 - On Our Own

          A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 12, 2012

          17 photos

          ... bars, including Snickers, Milky Way, and Snickers Almond, were divided up into 2 bags. Jamie gave us each a bag and said to use them as we saw fit. I knew exactly where I wanted to give the bars to the team: On the top of a mountain on Day 2...but more on that later.

          The night's duties were not over, however, as we had to have our RAD Plans ready for the next 4 days by 9 AM the next morning. While most of the team was making dinner, the ...

          D24: To Use the Toilet or Not?...and The Star

          A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 11, 2012

          39 photos

          ... as a small seed
          Its lifetime one cycle of day and night
          A man is the sole provider of feed
          To raise the day to life or blight

          A smile is like vitamin-rich water
          Worry is an axe of poison
          Reaching a goal is bright, soaking sun
          Looking to tomorrow invites the wolves

          When the sun has set, how will the seed have grown?
          A dead, broken hump of wood?
          Or a colorful, flowered tree fully flown?
          The choice is solely yours to ...