Said Creek Outfitters
Guided Scenic Tours
Guided UTV tours available: explore Warm Springs Canyon,
the East Fork of the Wind River, and much more!
SUMMER & FALL
Hours: 9am – 5pm
Please do not arrive without a reservation. Walk-ins are not accepted.
Visit Joe & Laura at Dubois Honda for Self Guided UTV/ATV options!
Most of the activities we do at Said Creek Outfitters & Outfitting Adventures are guided trips. There’s still red tape surrounding these activities (a lot of red tape in outdoor adventure sports these days) but not as much as renting out ATV’s and UTV’s to the public.
The logging roads built by the tie hacks and the USFS road system make for a really fun experience on one of these machines, AND there’s still some risk involved in driving around in the mountains. We ask that while you are out having fun on the trails, please be responsible/aware, and be safe with yourself, your passenger, passing humans, horses and riders, wildlife, and the machine.
Coming summer 2023!
Details coming soon.
Guided UTV Tours
Wind River District of the
Shoshone National Forest
Machines leave base camp with a full tank of gas. For your convenience, we refill the gas tank and charge a fuel rate based on those of our fuel vendor.
Contact us at (307) 231-2574 or request a UTV tour reservation online.
A UTV is a side by side, it is designed for two: 1 driver and 1 passenger. Maximum Occupancy: 2
An ATV is a 4 Wheeler. It is designed to be driven by 1 person. Maximum Occupancy: 1
We highly recommend wearing appropriate riding attire on your UTV tours. A UTV / ATV can radiate heat from engine and drive-train components. Radiated heat can quickly become unpleasant against bare skin. Additionally, outdoor environments can often present an additional layer of challenges from wildlife and vegetation. Wearing tank tops, shorts, skirts, dresses, open sandals, or other attire that directly exposes your skin to the elements is NOT advisable. At minimum, long sleeved tops, rugged jeans, and over-the-ankle style boots / shoes are highly recommended.
Clients who cancel their reservation more than ten days prior to the scheduled start date of their reservation will receive a full refund. Clients who cancel ten or fewer days prior to the scheduled start date of their reservation will not receive a refund.
Contact us by phone or email to schedule a UTV tour at least 72-hours PRIOR to your scheduled departure. We check emails and listen to voicemail every day. We will make every attempt to accommodate your request, but cannot guarantee availability. Reservations can ONLY be rescheduled once. If you book within the 72-hour window, you will not be permitted to reschedule your reservation. You can contact us at email@example.com or call 307.231.2574.
Said Creek Outfitters & Outfitting Adventures is operated under special use permit with the Shoshone National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments.
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