Fremont County, WY - Wyoming's western tradition still flourishes in Wyoming’s Wind River Country, an easy half-day's drive from Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Almost every week there's a special event that brings old western movies back to life including wild-west rodeos every week throughout the summer. There is no better place to see the toughness of Wind River Country’s modern cowboys and cowgirls in action, than by attending a rodeo.
For those interested in cowboy-flavored events, enjoy the Friday night rodeos in Dubois and the Fremont County Fair Rodeo. For a change of pace, try the unique Ultimate Miniature Bullriding, Fremont County Youth Rodeos, and the Rocky Mountain Indian Rodeos.
Kids will love the Dubois Friday night rodeo series at the Clarence Allison Memorial Arena. Every Friday evening in July through mid-August you can see the excitement of Bullriding, Bronc riding on bucking horses, Team Roping, Barrel Racing, Calf Roping, and more starting at 8 p.m.
We dare you not to laugh watching the always entertaining Mutton Busting (kids riding sheep), Pee-Wee Bullriding, and Mini Bullriding. You just can't find this stuff anywhere else!
Make plans now as multiple rodeos and other horse shows are coming up fast. The 101st Fremont County Fair offers a rodeo buffet of events including the prestigious PRCA Ram Rodeo, Little Pokes Rodeo, Hog Wrestling, Horse Shows, and a Rancher's Rodeo. And mark your calendar for the unique Wrangler Classic Horse Show. Wind River Country truly does have cowboy and cowgirl events for every taste this summer...you'll see!