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Welcome Travelers!

Located on U.S. Highway 16 West, the scenic main travel route to Yellowstone.
Your base for fun in the Big Horns!

Member - Buffalo Chamber of Commerce
Owner: Lee Osborn
Your hosts: Lee, Cristy & Kaiden

A Genuine Wyoming "Mom & Pop" Motel

U.S. Hwy 16 West / 749 Fort Street, Buffalo, Wyoming  82834
E-mail: arrowhead.motel@optimum.net
Telephone: (307) 684-9453 Toll-Free: (800) 490-9530
FAX: (307) 684-2790 ∙ Cell Phones:  Lee: (307) 620-2659 ∙ Christy: (641) 990-9144

Buffalo Area Recreation

Fishing
Boating
Hiking & Backpacking
4-Wheeling
Trail Riding
Historic Tours
Bighorn National Forest
Cloud Peak Wilderness
Big Game Hunting
Antique Shopping

Fine Dining
Scenic Tours
Rodeos
Museums
Golfing (4-Star Course)

Wildlife Viewing
Wildlife Photography
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing
Skiing
Snowboarding

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Local Rodeos

Local Attractions

     Buffalo, Wyoming, at the foot of the magnificent Big Horn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest,  has many attractions for its visitors.  The area is very rich in history and beauty.  Listed below are some of the features that this beautiful area has to offer.

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Downtown Buffalo, Wyoming

     Buffalo, Wyoming hosts the Jim Gatchell Museum of the West, the historic Occidental Hotel and many other historic buildings.  There is also a fine downtown shopping district and fine restaurants.  The Clear Creek Trail System runs from east of Buffalo approximately 11 miles into the Big Horn Mountains.  The Big Horn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest are just a 10 minute drive from the Arrowhead Motel.

     The Big Horn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest are very popular for sports including downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and 4-wheeling.  Summer activities include camping, fishing, hiking & backpacking, trail riding, wildlife viewing and photography, and sightseeing.

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Abundant Wildlife

     Wildlife is abundant in the area around Buffalo, Wyoming and the Big Horns.  Pronghorn Antelope, Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Moose, Elk, Black Bear, Mountain Lions, Coyotes, and many other species inhabit the area.

     There are many historic sites available in the area including Fort Phil Kearny, Wagon Box Fight, and the Fetterman Massacre.

     About 45 miles south of Buffalo is the Town of Kaycee.  West of Kaycee is the famous Hole-in-the-Wall region, where the outlaws Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and others holed up,  The area is characterized by rolling plains and the magnificent red rock wall.

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Jim Gatchell Museum

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Buffalo FREE Outdoor Swimming Pool

     Buffalo is the smallest city in the U.S. with a YMCA.  It has a full gymnasium, weightlifting/workout room, racquetball courts, indoor swimming pool and whirlpool, outdoor tennis courts and all types of exercise and fitness classes.

     Buffalo also has the state's largest outdoor FREE swimming pool and a 4-Star Golf Course.

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Buffalo Golf Course

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Johnson County YMCA

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U.S. Highway 16 West / 749 Fort Street
Buffalo, Wyoming  82834
Telephone: (307) 684-9453 Toll-Free:  800-490-9530 Fax:  (307) 684-2790
Cell Phones:  Lee: (307) 620-2659 ∙ Christy: (641) 990-9144
E-mail: arrowhead.motel@optimum.net

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