What can I do and see along the Buffalo Fork of the Snake River?
- Fishing: Fly fishing is the primary activity along the Buffalo Fork. Float from Turpin Meadow Ranch to the western junction of Buffalo Valley Road and US 287. It's about 14 miles and takes about 3 hours. You can also simply fish the waters from the shore at a number of access points along Buffalo Valley Road.
- Canoeing: If you don't fish, the Buffalo Fork is a great stretch of river for a scenic canoe float. Follow the same route as described above.
- Camping: Box Creek and Angles Campgrounds are forest service campgrounds located along the Buffalo Valley Road. Contact 307-739-5500 with questions.
Where is the Buffalo Fork?
The Buffalo Fork of the Snake flows from the Continental Divide at Togwotee Pass to the confluence with the Snake River near Moran, Wyoming. The Buffalo Fork is most easily accessed at the Turpin Meadow Ranch or anywhere along the Buffalo Valley Road.