Visitor Guide

Travel planning resources for experiences in Sheridan, Wyoming, and the American West.


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Sheridan County and the Bighorn Mountains are Wyoming at its finest. This is where frontier history, mountain recreation, and Old West charm conspire to deliver the travel experience of a lifetime. Sheridan features a thriving, historic downtown district, with western allure, hospitality and good graces to spare; a vibrant art scene; bombastic craft culture; postcard-perfect small towns; a robust festival and events calendar; and living history from one corner of the County to the next.

Blessed by mountain topography and evenly spaced between Yellowstone National Park and Mount Rushmore and Badlands National Park, Sheridan is the Western experience you’ve been waiting for. This page includes material designed to help make your trip planning easier; browse our photo gallery, visit our YouTube channel, and read through four incredible itineraries that feature Sheridan, the great State of Wyoming, and plenty of other attractions in neighboring Montana, South Dakota, Colorado, and Utah.

Sheridan Travel & Tourism is available to help you plan your next Wyoming experience, whether you’re on the solo trip of a lifetime, or a tour operator or charter buyer looking to expand your travel itineraries.

For additional information on travel planning, lodging, activities, restaurants, historic attractions and more, visit sheridanwyoming.org or call (307)673-7120.

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