Story, Wyoming is one of the hidden treasures of the Big Horn Mountains located in north central Wyoming. Story is five miles west of interstate 90 south of Sheridan and north of Buffalo. It is populated with a blend of eclectic talents and wildlife. Story Post Office was established in 1901.
The valley was formed by glacial activity and this area started as recreational playground for the residents of Sheridan, Wyoming. Cabins were built to accommodate the weekend rest and relaxation of the people of Sheridan.
Story is now an unincorporated village nestled in the east slope foothills of the Big Horn Mountains and offers various recreational and historical activities. The weather consists of six months of short sleeve summer and six months of winter snow. Snowfall ranges from 150 to 250 inches.
Story offers a simpler way of life away from the crowds of cities with no train or interstate highway noise. The noise pollution here consists of rushing water in North and South Piney Creeks and the breeze blowing through the pine trees. Elevation starts at 4960 and goes to 5400 up at the Story Fish Hatchery.
This website will be adding more pages with time to give more information about the people, places, and events of Story, Wyoming. You may leave Story, but Story will never leave you.