The Four Corners Country Inn is located at the junction of US Highway 85 and Wyoming State Highway 585, on the peaceful western side of the beautiful Black Hills; Includes a Country Inn, Church and Post Office; Centrally located to all Black Hills sites; A paradise for Hunters, Fishermen, Snowmobilers, Skiers, Hikers, ATV's, and Historical Buffs. Historical highlights include Canyon Springs Robbery of the Cheyenne - Deadwood Stagecoach and Custer's 1874 Expedition, where he left his chiseled mark on Inyan Kara Mountain. We Have Full RV Hookups.
We have a selection of eleven rooms (Only one with a private bath) with reasonable rates, and country charm.
Next door to the Four Corners Country Inn, is The Country Church, a small wooden structure where prayer and gospel music are heard each Sunday morning. Visitors are always welcome.
Two signs, one recounting the last gold robbery of the Cheyenne - Deadwood stage hangs on a roadside marker across the highway from the Inn. The other is the Bluebell Marker noting Highway 85 as the Wyoming Highway Honoring World War II Veterans. This is one of 26 marked sites of historic, scenic and other interests on the 50 mile Weston County Loop Tour designed to explore a diverse and beautiful country. Tour guide books are available at the Four Corners Country Inn.
Three miles south of the Four Corners Country Inn looms an impressive red-shale butte with a white gypsum cap
which the locals have aptly named the Red Butte.
Winter sports include over three-hundred miles of groomed snowmobile trails through the Black Hills National Forest, which start at the Country Inn, on Trail #11F. The Beaver Creek Cross-Country Ski Area is just 4 miles from the Four Corners Country Inn and has 12.7 miles of trails through stunningly beautiful terrain. In addition you can enjoy downhill skiing at Deer Mountain or Terry Peak. Both offer groomed cross-country ski trails as well.
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Devil's Tower, the nation's first national monument, is fifty miles to the northwest on Highway 585. The drive to Devil's tower will take you through Sundance, Wyoming (where the Sundance Kid got his name) and past Inyan Kara Mountain where General George Armstrong Custer and many of his men carved their names in stone. The names are still visible today.
Perhaps a drive to historic Deadwood, South Dakota would be of interest. Deadwood is 35 miles north on US Highway 85. Other South Dakota sites within easy driving distance include Mount Rushmore National Monument, Crazy Horse Mountain, Jewel Cave, Wind Cave and Custer State Park.
We are blessed with a wide variety of Summer Activities:
4-Wheeling - Camping - Back Packing - Rodeo - Fishing - Trail Rides -
Hiking - Mountain Biking - Photo Excursions - Fossil Hunting - Bird Watching - Sight Seeing
Hazel & Lori Johnson, Proprietors
24695 N. U.S. Highway 85
Four Corners, WY 82715
Phone and Fax: 307.746.4776
For Reservations Call: 800.890.4776
Four Corners Country Inn
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