Meeteetse, in southern Park County, retains a great deal of old west cowboy flavor, including wooden sidewalks, and has an excellent displays on local history at the Meeteetse Museums—an umbrella organization that includes the Meeteetse Museum, the Charles Belden Museum and the Bank Museum. Permanent exhibits include one on the superb photography of Charles Belden, who lived, worked and took pictures on the Pitchfork Ranch from 1914 to 1940. The museums are open daily in the summer and most days in fall and spring, and closed from Christmas through January. For more information visit the website or call 307-868-2423.