This is just a sample of the small communities located in and near Dubois.
Many other homes in the area are located outside neighborhoods, isolated on large plots of land or bounded by wilderness.
For further information, see Real Estate.
Meckem Street in the center of Dubois. Different neighborhoods inside town limits all have their own identity and surroundings.
Beginning on the valley floor two miles west of town center, Painted Hills has views of the national forest mountains to the west and badlands to the east.
Homes in River Park/Terrace, about six miles west of town, look across the Wind River (beneath the trees in this photo) toward the badlands. Wild sheep often graze over there.
Residents of Westview Park, just at the western edge of town, live near Antelope Hills Golf Course and look up the valley toward the west.
Upper Little Warm Springs
The large subdivision of Upper Little Warm Springs climbs the slopes of the Wind River Mountains above the airport, from a two-lane road that begins at the western edge of town. Any home in the community has spectacular views from a lofty vantage point, with easy access to wilderness.
Arrayed across the river valley floor a few miles west of town, homes in the Stoney Point community have views of badlands, backed by the Absaroka Mountains and Dubois’ signature Ramshorn Peak (center).