Things to Do


Wyoming is a state you have to see. Home to Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, and much more. If you are planning a trip to Yellowstone, we are here for you. Just around 80 miles from the park. Come relax with us at Windhaven. Enjoy the beautiful scenic drive from Dubois to Yellowstone or plan a day trip to visit Yellowstone and return to the perfect friendly town of Dubios.

Town of Dubois

Town of Dubois
Dubois might be small but certainly is not lacking in things to do. Come visit our log cabin town. Home to small shops and and great food. Local artists, museums, and much more awaits you and your travel companions!


What is not to love about these toys?! Rent either an ATV or UTV for a day trip or for the length of your stay. We have miles of trails for the enthusiast or beginner. This is the great outdoors that you have heard about. What better way to see it then on one of these?


Don't forget your swing either! We are home to the Antelope Hills Golf Club too. With a 9 hole course in the beautiful red hills of Dubois. The course has an 18-hole rating with an extra set of tees for both men and women, providing back nine play. The total yardage for the men tees is 6,243 and for the women, 5,529. The Club offers the following:
* Full-Line pro shop
* Driving range
* Cart rentals
* Club rentals
* The Back Nine Bar

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding
Dubois is horse country! We have many outfitters and guides available to cross off horseback riding off your bucket list. Whether it is a day ride you’re looking for or a multi-day horse packing trip. Dubois has it!

Wind River Fly Fitter

Experience some of the best fishing the West has to offer. Stay multiple days with our Golden Trout Package which includes lodging, food, tours, fishing.

Cutthroat Fly Shop Dubois

Specializing in fly fishing trips. Wade and drift boat fishing, horseback riding, ATV’s and guided hikes.

Blackbear Inn

Surrounded by the Absaroka & Wind River Mountains, in the adorable western town of Dubois, sits The Black Bear Inn. This motel was built in the 1950s, purchased by our parents who shared our passion for the mountains.