One of the only places to stay near the Sheep Rock fossil beds is 9 miles east, in the small town of Dayville, where the piscatory touches at this lovely inn include fishing gear, nets, and framed prints of fish. The main house, built in 1908, has three bedrooms upstairs that share an outdoor deck and a separate entrance, and behind it is a cottage with a large bedroom and suite. The downstairs is available as a full suite with three bedrooms, one bath, kitchen, dining
room, and living room. With a general store, a bar, and a gas station, Dayville can fill most of your traveling needs and has the only services in the area.