Sublette County Visitor Center
- Date Visited: June 22, 2021
- Address: 19 E Pine St, Pinedale, WY 82941
- Phone: (307) 367-2242
- Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM-5 PM
- Price: Free
Looking for information on what to do in Sublette County?
The Sublette County Visitor Center will provide you with all the information you need while visiting the city of Pinedale, Sublette county and the rest of Wyoming.
An 8 foot statue of famous mountain man Jim Bridger stands in front of the building so it’s hard to miss as you drive by. The statue is called Working the Line and was created by sculptor Jerry McKellar.
Clean restrooms and free wireless internet can be found inside the building. A small seating area, a gift shop and a few taxidermy pieces of local wildlife can also be found once you make your way in.
There are a ton of free brochures and pamphlets available for you to pick up. Information on local dining, lodging, area attractions, business information and retail options can all be found here. Pick up maps to guide your adventures on hiking and OHV trails or locate the best fishing spots.
Besides providing information on local area recreational opportunities you will also found an abundant amount of information on the whole state of Wyoming.
Want to take a stroll around this charming little town (they have a nice public art walking tour), but don’t feel like walking? No problem, just rent a bike! Thanks to Main Street Pinedale’s GoSPOKES program with just a a smart phone and credit card you can rent a bike and take it for a little adventure. The bike rack is located outside the visitor center right in front of the giant cow mural.
We always stop at visitor centers when in a new area. It’s the best way to get the low-down on what’s the coolest things to see and do during our visit and of course where the tastiest spot is to grab a bite.
Though small, the Sublette County Visitor Center had a friendly and helpful staff who gave me the scoop on the best donuts in town, some free stickers and coupons to some local haunts.