Weston Hills

Weston Hills
Phone:
Address:

Buffalo Field Office 1425 Fort Street Buffalo, WY 82834

Latitude/Longitude:
-105.3373564, 44.63608687
Directions:

From I-90, take Exit 124 and head northeast on WY 50/Skyline Drive. Turn left onto Highway 14/16/59 and travel 6.7 miles. When routes divide, turn right onto Highway 59 North. Continue along Highway 59 N for about 24 miles; turn left into the Weston Hills Management Area.

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Weston Hills

Weston Hills is located about 25 miles north of Gillette, to the west of Highway 59. The area is managed jointly between the Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service. There are two staging areas near the entrance as well as a fishing pond. Other visitor facilities are limited.

With several miles of roads and trails, this area is popular for four-wheeling, riding ATVs, and hunting. You may see mule deer, antelope, elk, turkey, and eagles. On clear days you can see the Bighorn Mountains and Devil's Tower in the distance.

Dispersed camping is allowed. Target shooting is prohibited. Potable water is not available. Vehicle travel, including all OHVs, is limited to designated routes. Riders can expect challenging features along trails and are asked to tread lightly to ensure continued use and safety.

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Weston Hills

BLM Wyoming Know Before You Go

The BLM welcomes you to explore, enjoy, and make positive memories from your outdoor experiences on America's public lands and waters. Please remember these are wide-open spaces and wildlands. Plan ahead and be aware of potential hazards. It is everyone's responsibility to take the necessary steps to minimize chances of becoming lost or injured on public lands.
 

When visiting public lands, please also practice Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly principles.
 

For other key advice on various recreation activities, please see the BLM's trip-planning tips. These helpful tips can help you make the most of your recreation experience. However, for more information about local conditions, regulations and recreation resources, there is no substitute for visiting the closest BLM office.