- Cowboys and sportsmen share an appreciation for the quiet places in nature- the hidden spots far from city stress. Sheridan, Wyoming is a favorite destination for both, thanks to its location beneath the Bighorn Mountains. Imagine an early morning on a lake, the flat water ripples as a wooden oar slowly cuts through. At Sibley Lake, where no motorized boats are allowed, poles are propped up in canoes- part of a lazy afternoon spent fishing the day away. Lake DeSmet, popular with locals and found in Indian legends, welcomes families and sportsmen alike aboard kayaks and canoes. After a day on the water, a picnic in the Bighorn National Forest reveals fields of bright wildflowers and abundant wildlife. The town of Sheridan offers hearty meals, homegrown hospitality, comfy accommodations, and if it gets too peaceful, entertainment. During the summer polo matches, rodeos, art walks, and outdoor concerts are just the start of the fun. To learn more about summertime in Sheridan, Wyoming visit www.sheridanwyoming.org Media Contact: Nancy Harrison, Nancy@adventuremedianews.com, www.sheridanwyoming.org, Photos Available. View Sheridan Travel and Tourism media kit.