At Americas Best Value Inn Sheridan the clean rooms and friendly, responsible staff are just the beginning of an experience you won’t soon forget. With a location ripe with things to see and do we are your gateway to the Wild West.
Competitively priced and easily located we are your on the road stop, and we can’t wait to meet you!
In the vast wildness that is Wyoming State, Sheridan is a city full of life, entertainment, dining and shopping. Located just a mile from our property is Sheridan’s downtown core where you will find Sheridan County Fairgrounds, Connor Battlefield Historic Site, Sheridan College, Perkins Restaurant and Bakery, Walmart Supercenter and much more.
One reason guests love to stay with us is because of our access to a wealth of outdoor sports, activities and attractions. Within a 2 mile radius there are 5 Parks and national favourites like the Bighorn National Forest and Yellowstone National Park are 1-3 hours drive away. Grab your fishing pole, hiking shoes, camera and bike and get out to explore all that the Cowboy State of Wyoming has to offer!
The best thing about a small down is small town bakeries and shops with an at-home feel. Discover all kinds of treats, shopping and ways to pass a day in Sheridan.
Whether you’re here to sightsee or are simply passing through, everyone has to eat. But guests of our Americas Best Value Inn Sheridan are in luck. Just 1 mile away is downtown Sheridan, home to everything from fast food to fine dining, bakeries, coffee shops and Rib Houses.
With a rich local history our small town of Sheridan plays host a variety of distinct events and social festivals.
Taking place in July over the span of 5 days is Wyoming’s First People’s Pow Wow. Live music is a staple of the Pow Wow along with events such as the Teepee Raising Ceremony, Native Spirit Hoop Dancers, photography exhibits, and the Pow Wow itself.
Every year, rodeo hopefuls and fans descend on Sheridan for theWYO Rodeo. 2015 will mark the 85th celebrated year of the WYO Rodeo. This elite rodeo attracts the best in the business and is sure to entertain spectators over its 8 day run.
As their website says “many have come and gone, we have been The Mint since first opening in 1907.” Officially the oldest bar in town locals know all too well what “Meet you at The Mint” means. Have your own experience at this local watering hole.
Come by for a drink and walks the halls like so many legends before you have.
Explore scenic Wyoming on the vast and open highways that stretch for as far as the eye can see, letting you experience the full beauty of the region's gorgeous landscapes.
80 miles long, the Bighorn Mountain Range features a mixture of high-quality climbing routes in all vertical ranges up to 1,600 ft. Varying by size and location the local rock climbing scene attracts outdoor enthusiasts from all over the country and world.
Some of the favorite local climbing sections:
Don’t forget to pack your hiking shoes, water bottle and camera when you pass through Sheridan. Great trails and stunning sights await you here.
Known for its wildlife and geothermal features like Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park is a part of the American Landscape that over 3 Million people visit each year. Great for hiking, camping, boating, fishing and sightseeing, our Inn located 3 hours from the National Park, is a great place to regroup on your road trip to or from Yellowstone.
One of the parks largest attractions are its Geysers, most notably Old Faithful. But located in the same basin are 4 other lesser known geysers that are equally magnificent. Also worth a visit is the largest active geyser in the world- Steamboat Geyser in the Norris Geyser Basin.
The official Wyoming State mammal, seeing an American Bison is how you know you’ve arrived in Wyoming.
Just West of the Big Horn Mountains are the Pryors. These mountains are home to the wild Pryor Mustangs who roam the ranges in groups of 3 to 15. Fantastic views and a rare peek at the horses in their natural state are just another pit stop to consider when you travel.
These breathtaking views are worth a hike to Bighorn Mountain. With dozens of glacial lakes throughout the mountain range you can take a moment to look around and appreciate the stunning views and surrounding wildlife.
Easily accessed from our Inn is Bighorn Mountain. Approximately 20 miles from Americas Best Value Inn Sheridan is a variety of access points. Take a snapshot of Cloud Peak and Black Tooth Mountain, the highest peaks within the Bighorns.
The largest remaining continuous stretch of undeveloped pristine land in the continental United States, your chance of witnessing awesome sights and wildlife in their natural habitat is pretty good. Flora, fauna, mountain ranges and lakes, you could easily spend days here taking in the beauty of the Northwestern landscape.
Spanning an area of 3,468 square miles, there is more than enough landscape for outdoor enthusiasts to explore. Rich in both history and natural beauty, Yellowstone National Park is a pilgrimage many take by car and plane. Made up of endless lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges, Yellowstone National Park is open year round to visitors who want to see a piece of natural history.