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For more information visit - www. Artifacts from prehistoric Indians, pioneers, homesteaders and other various groups that have settled this area are on display at the museum. Many of the items displayed at the museum were donated by local families.

The name of the fundraiser itself reflects how important the cattle and oil industry have been for this valley. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from Admission is by donation. Special tours can be arranged by calling Museum Director Jeannie Lockwood at For more information visit www. There will be prizes for top finishers and gift bags for all contestants. More information about Chuckwagon Days can be found here: Local Lodging If you are looking for local lodging and places to stay in the Big Piney-Marbleton areas, be sure to check the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce website under lodging.

Big Piney and Marbleton are located about 35 miles south of Pinedale, so look under motels, RV parks and campgrounds specific to our towns. They offer two developed campgrounds and many opportunities for dispersed camping in the Wyoming Range west of Big Piney and Marbleton.

The forest boundary is approximately 20 miles from local businesses and town services. For detailed information, contact the district office at Sacajewea Campground Located 25 miles west of Big Piney.

This campground has 26 sites, basic amenities, and is open June 15th through September 30th. This campground has running water, an on-site host, and is well maintained. No electricity, showers or phone. Middle Piney Lake Campground This is a primitive campground located further down the road from the Sacajewea Campground. This camp area is next to Middle Piney Lake and has 5 tent sites, tables and pit toilets.

NO running water, electricity, showers or phone service. Because of the narrow winding road to this campground, it is not recommended to take trailers to the lake site.

One is located at Snider Basin and the other in the Hoback. Contact the Big Piney office for more information on availability and fees. These campgrounds are in bear country.

Both black bears and grizzly bears inhabit the Wyoming mountain range. Visitors are strongly encouraged to practice clean camping techniques and store attractants in a manner that makes them unavailable to bears.

Bear-proof canisters are available for rent from the Big Piney Ranger District office. Bear-proof dumpsters are located at various locations at campgrounds and recreation areas on National Forest land. The forest boundary is approximately 20 miles from town. Stay limit is 16 days in any one location. Campers should either bring their own water or boil water obtained from sources in the outdoors to avoid getting sick from organisms that live in lakes and streams.

Do not drink untreated surface water. Camping on BLM land There are no developed campgrounds on BLM land near Big Piney or Marbleton, however there are many places for dispersed camping for those who are prepared to bring their own drinking water and camp without developed facilities.

Most have power, water and sewer hookups. Click here to our sister website, Pinedale Online, for info about private RV campgrounds and services. Budd for the Piney Creeks. In , Daniel B. Budd and his partner Hugh McKay brought a thousand head of cattle from Nevada hoping to ship them at Point of Rocks, but winter caught up to them here in the Green River Valley. The following year Dan Budd moved his family here and that is how the settlement of this town began.

Big Piney was called "Ice Box of the Nation" when it was officially made a weather station in Big Piney had the coldest year round average temperature of any place nationally. It's a curiosity, considering most Wyoming towns are few and far between, that Big Piney and Marbleton would only be a mile apart. They have separate post offices and town governments.

Big Piney was incorporated on July 5, In the early days there was a lot of drainage problems with the site on which Big Piney was built. So Charles Budd, eldest son to Dan B Budd had hope to build the town up on the bench to alleviate this problem. Charles did establish Marbleton on the bench, in late , but it never replaced Big Piney.

Any attempts to combine the two towns has been unsuccessful. The truth is people here kinda' like it that way. Both towns cooperate with each other, they have a common school.

The citizens of these two towns take a lot of pride in the growth of their little metropolis over the past years and think the founders would be proud too. Both communities have thrived in the last several decades because of the oil and gas industry. In the 's Marbleton recieved it's own post office, because of the number of people moving to the area. To contribute information to this community website, please e-mail: Webcam view of US north of Marbleton, view looking north from Fairgrounds.

Webcam view of US north of Marbleton, looking south from Fairgrounds.

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