Page Summary: Daniel is located in the heart of the upper Green River Valley along Hwy 189. Settled in 1899.
The Community Center sponsors such events as the Aniel Daniel Chili Cook-Off in April as well as the Old Timer's Picnic in July. The Green River Library, registered as an official library in the Library of Congress, is located in the famous Green River Bar. Passersby unfamiliar with the area might just remember Daniel as "that tiny town with the purple tree", but the town is rich in history and the people are warm and friendly.
There are few services in the town proper. A convenience store, gas station, and motel facility is located just north of town at the junction of the two highways. In severe winter storms, Highway 191 north to Jackson and Yellowstone National Park is closed just past Stanley's Junction one mile north of Daniel, and travelers may find themselves spending time here until the weather clears and the road re.
As of the censusGR2 of 2000, there were 89 people, 41 households, and 27 families residing in the area.
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