P.O. Box 223, 344 Nolan Avenue, Kaycee Wyoming 82639
This museum in Kaycee is open through the summer until November. The museum offers the Hole-in-the-Wall Tour in June. The all-day tour leaves the Kaycee Harold Jarrad Park Building early in the morning and touches on the Outlaw Trail, Sioux Trail, Hole-in-the-Wall fight monument and the Hauck Ranch, a site where Indian writing has been preserved for generations.
The Museum itself mainly showcases the history of Johnson County, from cattle wars to outlaw hideouts and Indian battles. The museum can boast that it is more hands-on than most museums-- in most, everything is hidden behind glass. But at Hoofprints of the Past, visitors are allowed to learn about the history and culture of the western US by the ability to touch the artifacts of the museum.
Other History nearby:
(Kaycee) Hoofprints of the Past Museum
(Midwest) Salt Creek Oil Museum
05/16 Coming to The Kaycee area
Big Horn Mountain Festival Buffalo WY July12-14 Acoustic, Americana, Folk, Old-Timey,
Bluegrass & Traditional Music.
Beartrap Summer Festival Casper WY August3-4 Since 1994, the Beartrap Summer Festival has taken place on the meadows of Casper.