Things to See and Do

Things to See and Do2017-05-10T13:37:27-06:00

Whether you have only a few hours, half a day or several days to explore the area, with the Lazy R Campground as your base camp, you’ll find things to do and places to see that fit your schedule.

You can visit historic sites of the old west, engage in an array of outdoor recreation activities, visit museums and art galleries, browse for gifts, antiques and art in charming one-of-a-kind shops, and enjoy great food, from home cooking to fine cuisine. We’ve chosen a few of our favorites places we feel are most likely to fit into your travel plans.

Within Walking Distance

TRE Playground and Little Blue School

The Little Blue School located at Five Mile Flat in Sheridan County was moved to the grounds of the Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester and outfitted by local residents with early school furnishings such [...]

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Within Ten Minutes

Half Day or More

Sheridan Area

FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE SHERIDAN AREA: Our suggestions barely scratch the surface of the things to see and do in the Sheridan area. Our intent is to provide a few good choices for when [...]

Spectacular Brinton Museum On The Historic Quarter Circle A Ranch

You’ll be swept away by the beautiful setting and awed by the grandeur of the Brinton Museum on the historic Quarter Circle A Ranch. The elegant old ranch buildings of the Quarter Circle A, with [...]

Steamboat Point

Take a scenic drive up Big Horn Mountains then hike a little over a mile and a half to breathtaking views! Steamboat’s rock face looks somewhat formidable but a fairly easy trail (Class 1 [...]

Tongue River Canyon

Tongue River Canyon is a favorite of the Lazy R team! It’s only a fifteen-minute drive from Lazy R to this majestic canyon. From the picnic/parking area the trail winds its way alongside giant [...]

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Scenic Hikes

Scenic Drives

Any drive up into the Big Horn Mountains is a scenic drive. From the Lazy R Campground & Cabins, take US Highway 14 west and in less than 20 minutes you’ll begin winding your way up the mountain.

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