Sawin logs Inn

201 Hwy 24
Devil’s Tower, WY 82714
Call Toll Free: 866-328-5328

Attractions and Activities

Hulett, WY –

Vore Buffalo Jump – Discovered during the construction of Highway I-90 in the early 1970’s, the Vore site is a natural sinkhole that was used as a bison trap from about 1500 to 1800 A.D.

Sundance, WY – Nestled under the shadow of majestic Sundance Mountain is the delightful town of Sundance, where the Kid got his name.

Pine Haven, WY – 

  • The 9-hole course at the Keyhole Golf & Country Club facility in Pine Haven, Wyoming features 2,919 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35 .
  • Keyhole State Park – Between Sundance and Moorcroft, on the edge of the Black Hills. Within sight of Devils Tower this reservoir offers excellent fishing for walleye, catfish, small mouth bass and northern pike.      

Devils Tower, WY

  • Spend an hour hiking around the base of Devil’s Tower, majestically rising nearly 1300 feet from its base. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower the first national monument in 1906.
  • Devil’s Tower Climbing

Moorcroft, WY – Where the West Texas Trail crosses the highway. Herds of Texas longhorn cattle were pushed through here in the late 1800s giving the town its start, homesteaders came for the free land and that’s how Moorcroft, WY began.   townofmoorcroft.comMoorcroft-Wyoming.html

Aladdin, WY

  • At the Aladdin General Store, open for over 110 years, you can browse through antiques or shop for souvenirs. Through the years the Aladdin Store and Post Office has housed a general store, a bar, a post office, a barber shop, a telephone office, and served as a depot, freight station, and gas station.
  • Aladdin Tipple Coal Mine – 1.2 miles east of Aladdin is the Aladdin Tipple where coal was mined until 1942 in the first underground mine in the area. The coal provided fuel for smelters in Lead and Deadwood, South Dakota.

Gillette, WY – this small part of the United States has claimed its importance as the “Energy Capital of the World.” 

Black Hills National Forest – The Black Hills National Forest is composed of 1.2 million acres of land available for a variety of multiple uses, including recreation opportunities and management of natural resources, like wildlife, timber, soils, water, etc.

Spearfish, Belle Fourche, Sturgis, and Deadwood, SD – Neighboring towns  in South Dakota all within 1 ½ hours . Rich in history and breathtaking beauty.  For a day trip, visit MT. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and other Black Hills attractions.