Located between the scenic Wind River Range and Owl Creek Mountains, the 2.2 million acre reserve is shared by over 4,216 Eastern Shoshone and 9,862 Northern Arapaho.
The reservation encompasses the city of Riverton, which features a new airport terminal. The reservation also is bordered by the cities of Lander to the south and Thermopolis to the northeast. The Burlington Northern Railroad runs along our Reservation’s Eastern boundary.
The beautiful Wind River also flows through the reservation, providing water for irrigation and recreation on the Boysen Reservoir, north of Riverton
The Wind River Indian Reservation holds within its boundaries one of the most beautiful areas in the State of Wyoming.
The Wind River Mountain Range borders the west which is the passageway to the Park, (2 hours to the northwest)
Our summer activities are filled with outdoor sports including boating, fishing, mountain and country outings; and our colorful Pow-wows attract visitors from all over the world.
Our magnificent mountains and plains continue to inspire and shape the character of our people, leading us to protect this heritage and use our land wisely.