Dubois, Wyoming

Immersed in nature.
World class connectivity.

DRIVE is a Dubois Regional Initiative for a Vital Economy


Along with its location in the heart of the beautiful Upper Wind River Valley, Dubois has the right stuff to be the location for your high-tech or service-based business:

  • World class internet service (gigabit fiber-optic internet and a local ISP for support).

  • Two regional airports within 75 minutes, at Jackson (American, United, Delta, SkyWest) and Riverton (United).

  • Industrial freight hub in Riverton (75 minutes via US highway) – no mountain pass en route.

  • Low real-estate costs (a fraction of the price of Jackson Hole).

  • Plenty of commercial space for light manufacturing or office based businesses.

  • Excellent high school with abundant college scholarships available.

  • Favorable tax structure – Wyoming is considered the most business-friendly state, and has no personal or corporate income, estate, excise, or gift taxes and low property tax rates.

  • Ideal place to settle for those who intend to retire in the community where they worked (for proximity to family and friends) - Wyoming is near the top of the list of ideal states in which to retire

  • Spectacular natural environment surrounded by several national forest and wilderness areas, and easy access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks (1-2 hour drive).

  • Recreational opportunities include hiking, fishing, climbing, hunting, horseback riding, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. Just over an hour away is downhill skiing at Jackson's world class ski resorts.

  • Friendly, Western small-town atmosphere and community with multiple dude and cattle ranches.

  • Historic main street recognized as "the best architecturally preserved Western town".

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Let us help you build your dreams around Dubois.

©2023 by Dubois Regional Initiative for a Vital Economy, a Wyoming 501(c)6 non-profit public benefit corporation. Photo credits Blair Butterfield and Bill Sincavage.