Your Guide to Riverton Ice Fishing

Your Guide to Riverton Ice Fishing

The outdoor opportunities don’t stop around Riverton when it gets cold. The ice fishing season runs from late November to March, and you’ll find both locals and visitors all over Wyoming’s lakes and reservoirs. It’s a sport that can be enjoyed solo, with friends, or...
Experience Culture and History in Riverton

Experience Culture and History in Riverton

Local museums are often hidden gems that provide a unique perspective for both visitors and residents. The Riverton Museum has undergone some exciting changes spurred on by the museum’s new Site Manager, Nathaniel Griffee. Included with other updates and renovations,...
Exploring the Wind River Indian Reservation

Exploring the Wind River Indian Reservation

The city of Riverton is surrounded by Wyoming’s only reservation, the Wind River Reservation. It is the seventh largest reservation in the country. With 2.2 million acres, the reservation encompasses several communities – like Fort Washakie, Ethete, St. Stephens, and...
Looking back at the Historic Teton Hotel in Riverton

Looking back at the Historic Teton Hotel in Riverton

Known as the Rendezvous City, Riverton has been a gathering place ever since the early 1800s. Back then it was between mountain men and trappers to sell furs and trade supplies. Today the city receives visitors for a wide range of activities from businessmen seeking...