3278 E US HWY 16, TEN SLEEP, WY 82442 (307) 366-2096 info@tensleeprockranch.com


A Few Local Considerations

*Parking in the Canyon – At designated pullouts only, head in, NOT parallel.
*Trash Disposal – Dumpsters are available at the Ten Sleep Rock Ranch and the Ten Sleep Brewery. Never use a private dumpster or business dumpster in town. When all else fails, pack it home.
*Restrooms – Porta-potties on the Old Road are funded by the local Bighorn Climbers’ Coalition, or pack out waste from the National Forest lands by using Leave No Trace methods.
*Showers – Pay at the Ten Sleep Rock Ranch, the Ten Sleep Brewery, or the Ten Sleep RV Park. Never shower in the town Splash Pad, or the town park public restrooms. Avoid bathing in the Ten Sleep Creek.
*Respect established trails and road closures, especially early and late in the season. If roads are too muddy/snowy you can damage the road and get stuck without cell service! Old Road opens mid June to mid November for vehicles.
*Respect the town’s people and other outdoor users. Don’t invade the public Ten Sleep park and over use your stay. Give back to the resources you take when possible by being a patron of the town’s businesses.


Ten Sleep Rock Ranch – Ten Sleep Canyon Climbing – Written by Louie Anderson (available for mail and in person pick up through the Rock Ranch).

Rakkup – Ten Sleep Online Guidebook – Written by Mike Snyder.

Rock Climbs of the Eastern Big Horns- Written by Trevor Bowman, but currently out of print.


The Ten Sleep Rock Ranch has WiFi for those staying with us. Feel free to make a contribution to one of our blue boxes if use any of our facilities (water, restrooms, WiFi) as a non guest. In town Dirty Sally’s, Ten Sleep Brewery, Saloon, Sleepy Coyote, Daily Bread, and Library have WiFi as well. We strongly suggest you make a purchase to contribute to your use, and park further away from the front entry if staying for a longer period of time. Locals notice and appreciate those that leave these spots available. If you need a private or quiet space (with excellent internet signal) the Washakie County Library in Worland is great for this!

Other Lodging and Camping Options

Camping & Cabins, Bighorn National Forest rental and dispersed
Carter Inn, Ten Sleep, hotel rooms with wifi
Rentals, private in and near Ten Sleep
Ten Sleep RV Park, Ten Sleep, cabins, RV hook ups & disposal, horse hotel, propane refill, showers, laundry
Ten Sleep Brewery, for camping vehicles and trailers

Amenities and Resources

Bighorn Bar, bar
Daily Bread, breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Dirty Sally’s, general food & produce, ice cream & coffee, souvenirs, and some camping/hiking/fishing items
Pony Express, gas, snacks, maps, and some vehicle supplies
Sleepy Coyote, burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, bar
Ten Sleep Library, wifi and book checkout
Ten Sleep Brewing Company, brewery, snack foods, and weekend music entertainment
Ten Sleep Saloon, restaurant and bar

Blair’s, grocery store
Carquest, Napa, O’Reilly and various repair shops
Cloud Peak Chiropractic & Wellness, DC and LMT
Cloud Peak Veterinarian, best regional pet vet
Worland Library, private rooms and wifi
Vision, Dental, Urgent Care, Hospital

Local and Regional Activities

Castle Gardens, picnic and walking area
Norwoodstock Festival, three days of music, food, and crafts
Pioneer Museum, open seasonally, call (307) 366-2759
Rodeo & Parade, 3 days over the Independence Day holiday
Salt Lick Trial, BLM hiking trail 1.5 mile loop across from the Rock Ranch
Ten Sleep Climbers’ Festival, 3 days of activities and an evening of music
Ten Sleep Fish Hatchery, state site and self led tour during open hours
Ten Sleep Recreation for summer splash pad and movies in the park info
Wigwam Fish Hatchery, state site and self led tour during open hours
Wyoming Singer-Songwriter Competition, 2 days of state wide musical talent

Big Trails Off-Road UTV Rentals side by side rentals
Bighorn National Forest offers hiking, backpacking, trails, lakes, fishing, and more. Also see Cloud Peak Wilderness as well for more information
Thermopolis Wyoming, hot springs free and paid, dinosaur museum, petroglyphs, Wind River Canyon, fishing, rafting, dining, and much more
Lodges of the Bighorns offers cabins, horseback riding, ATV rentals, restaurants, guides, and venues
Medicine Lodge Archeological site, state campground, learning center, and petroglyphs
Washakie Museum, Worland, dinosaur and early man
Wyoming Outdoor Recreation, information and maps about all the types of activities on state land