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To provide education and outreach for the national conservation of wild sheep, wildlife, and wildlands.


Open Tuesday – Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Sundays and Mondays


10 Bighorn Lane
(off U.S. Highway 26)
Dubois, WY 82513


Adults ages 18 and over: $6

Youth ages 8 – 17: $3

Children ages 7 and under: free admission

Seniors (age 60 and over) and Military: $5

Youth Groups (8 or more): $2

Free admission for members

K-12 Field Trips


We provide guided tours of exhibits and can offer educational activities, discussions, and documentary films. Tours are customized based on the age group and specific fields of study. Our tour options include but are not limited to the following:

• Outdoor Adventures

• Virtual Tours

• Classroom Presentations

• Traveling Education Trunks



You’ll explore panoramic views of snowcapped mountains, forests, rocky ridges, and windswept grassy slopes in the Whiskey Basin Wildlife Habitat Area. One of the first things you’ll notice is the rolling up-and-down landscape with boulders strewn everywhere, these features arranged so thanks to the glaciers that covered this region 10,000-15,000 years ago. As you ride the road along this glacial roller coaster, you will approach Whiskey Mountain, home of the famous Whiskey Mountain bighorn sheep.

Make sure to scan the hillsides for wildlife, which may include elk, mule deer, badger and coyotes, as well as hawks and eagles.

On the face of a nearby boulder is a carved image described as Water Ghost Spirit. It was etched by those who are considered to have been the ancestors of today’s Shoshone Indians, the Sheepeaters.

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