Shoshone National Forest
 Shoshone National Forest, the nationís first national forest. The Shoshone National Forest, named for the Shoshone Indians who used the area as a hunting ground contains approximately two and a half million acres. It is one of the largest of the 13 national forests in the Rocky Mountain region.

a Arland Historical Marker - Ghost Town
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Fifteen Mile Badlands - Wild Mustang Management Area
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Timber Creek Trailhead and Ranger Station
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Legend Rock Petroglyphs - 30 miles south and 8 miles west Hwy 120
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Jack Creek Trailhead and Camp Ground
Anderson Lodge is approximately 5 miles form trailhead
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Fishing Opportunities - Greybull & Wood Rivers, Sunshine Reserviors
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Pickett Creek Access
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South Fork Wood River Valley & Cross Country Ski Touring Park
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Wood River & Brown Mountain Campgrounds & Trailhead
j
Double D Dude Ranch
k
Historic Mining Town of Kirwin - Ghost Town