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Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo
Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo
Always the last full week in July, come join the celebration of the Spirit of the West. Experience the PRCA rodeos, Indian Village, USAF Thunderbirds, nightly entertainment, western art shows, and the best free Pancake Breakfast you'll ever find!

Artists & Galleries

Nature's Canvas - Kathryn Yauney, artist
Nature's Canvas - Kathryn Yauney, artist
Proud member of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association
Headdresses of the Plains Warriors were meaningful and spiritual creations. Each was personally crafted by its owner to gain wisdom and provide mystical protection. Kathryn, through her clay and mixed media masks and sculptures, strives to portray the power and grace of these Plains Traditions.
Leather Originals - Jim & Cindy Beeman
Leather Originals - Jim & Cindy Beeman
Find them at the Southwest Wyoming Art Show & Sale sponsored by the Plains Hotel & Dselms Fine Art.
Jim & Cindy have created mirrors of all sizes, tables - ranging from lamp tables to dining room tables, chairs, headboards, entertainment centers, bars, leather sculptures and much much more, in a variety of styles ranging from contemporary to rustic.
Blackstone Drums
Blackstone Drums
Hand drums*Two sided drums Pow wow drums*Suspended drums*Oval drums Shirts*Prints*Rawhide Shades
As drums are very personal items, we prefer a discussion of your wants and needs regarding a drum prior to an order placement. This helps us understand what you are looking for, enabling us to create a better drum for you! 
Wyold Aspen Studio
Wyold Aspen Studio
Jerry L. Wood Sculptor - Stone, Slate and Wood
Born and raised in the Rocky Mountains, I have always had a love for the vastness of the region, as well as the beauty all around. The inspiration for my artwork is derived from the experiences of being raised in the Rocky Mountains, whether is be landscapes or wildlife. Each medium lends it own magic to the creation of my artwork. In my stone carvings, the forms are held within the stone waiting to be released. It is a dance of labor and love, fatigue and fascination as the image emerges. Only by participation in this dance can the beauty of the stone be brought forth for all to see.

Campgrounds/RV Parks   (if you are camping be sure to ask about a site away from the highways)

Curt Gowdy State Park
Curt Gowdy State Park
Two covered group areas with table & grill, two handicapped areas, fishing, camping, picnicking, boating and hiking. FIRST-COME - FIRST-SERVED
Recommended by Kim from Colorado, nice place to camp with a great lake to swim in.
Terry Bison Ranch
Terry Bison Ranch
51 I-25 Service Rd. East Cheyenne, WY 82007
Trout fishing, horseback rides, wagon& tram tours to the buffalo. Paddle boats, canoes, cattle drives and buffalo drives. Three individual cabins with kitchens. Laundry available.
WYO Campground
WYO Campground
4066 I-80 Service Rd. Burns, WY 82053
Drive through RV sites, swimming, laundry, playground, game room, large covered patio, adjacent to 24 hour service station and restaurant.


Ester Hobart Morris

Mrs. Ester Hobart Morris has been widely acclaimed as an influential figure in the events that established women’s suffrage in Wyoming. However, her role in promoting suffrage legislation in the territory has been disputed. The record shows that in 1869, during the territory’s first legislative session, William H. Bright introduced a women’s suffrage bill. Although the legislation was received with some humor, it did pass and was signed into law by Governor John A. Campbell, thus according the young territory immediate fame as the first government to grant women the right to vote in all public elections.
Find more fascinating stories at this site, Wyoming's Archives Historic Articles Page

Lodging     *** Special note - most accommodations during the rodeo average $100 or more per night ***

Plains Hotel
Plains Hotel
Opened March 9, 1911 the hotel originally cost around $250,000 including the furniture. After extensive renovation it is now again open and it is a wonderful experience not to be missed. It's right on the parade route and one block from the pancake breakfast.
Porch Swing - B&B
Porch Swing  -  B&B
A full breakfast is served on the back porch in summer and by the dining room fire in cold weather. Breakfast might be yeast waffles with pure maple syrup and fresh strawberries, egg blossoms, scrumptious coffeecake, spicy cheese grits, orange, pineapple, pecan French toast, or something newly discovered!
Nagel Warren Mansion - B&B
Nagel Warren Mansion -  B&B
The Nagle Warren Mansion, one of Cheyenne's most elegant residences, was built by Erasmus Nagle in 1888, and in 1910 became the home of Francis E. Warren, businessman, Governor and U.S. Senator.

Places of Worship

Cheyenne Frontier Days
Cowboy Church Service
  10 am on Sunday the 20th and at 9 am on Sunday the 27th. Find them in Stand B at Frontier Park. The Public is invited.

Coming soon...


Mabel, the Cowgirl
Mabel, the Cowgirl
We offer western gifts for the whole family. Hats, hats, and more hats, t-shirts, outback dusters, leather handbags and saddle purses, games, soaps, jewelry, tooled leather dresser sets, and other unique gifts for the cowgirl and her family.
Donna's Wear It Again
You will find some great bargains here on clothing, mostly for women but some men's too. New and nearly new western, and classic dress clothes, shoes and accessories.


Take advantage of the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Park & Ride service, located just off Interstate 25 and Happy Jack Road (Wyoming 210) south of Frontier Park. A quick five minute bus ride takes you directly to the celebration! Map
You will find many of the hotels, B&Bs, and campgrounds are on the route for the Frontier Days buses, check with them.

Odds & Ends

Mantle's Wild Horses
Mantle's Wild Horses
For more information on wild horses available for adoption at the Mantle Wild Horse Training & Adoption Center or to sign up for a wild horse handling workshop, please contact Steve Mantle at 307.322.5799. (Tell him you saw him on this web site)
Steve Mantle is a contract wild horse trainer for the Bureau of Land Management. With over 26 years of professional experience, Mantle gentles and trains wild horses to ride using pressure and release techniques. Once a month, Mantle facilitates a wild horse handling workshop. The three-day, hands-on workshop is an excellent starting point for a beginner interested in learning how to train a wild horse. More experienced horsemen will also find these workshops educational and helpful. The workshop is free and open to anyone who is pre qualified to adopt a wild horse.
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