Get Your West On in Carbon County, Wyoming

Wyoming’s Carbon County has it all. Nowhere else will you find such diversity and wide open spaces. Pristine mountains, beautiful deserts, rivers teeming with “blue ribbon” trout, mineral hot springs pools, trails that straddle the Continental Divide, numerous historic sites and every authentic Western adventure you can imagine. The list goes on and on.

From the moment explorers and settlers sprawled west to claim lands once inhabited by Native American tribes, Carbon County has been a stronghold of some of Wyoming’s most colorful characters. Experience Rawlins’ rich history through its diverse and interesting collection of museums. Some of the “must see” attractions include a Woodchoppers Jamboree and Rodeo, a Saratoga Bullfest and a variety of country fairs.

The golf experience in Wyoming is about so much more than great golf. The public courses in Rawlins and Sinclair are certain to challenge your abilities in Wyoming’s weather and terrain. The Seminoe-Alcova Back Country Byway runs through the remote, red rocky terrain of Carbon County to Seminoe Reservoir, Seminoe State Park, Seminoe Mountains and Miracle Mile (a seven-mile-long trout fishery on the North Platte River).

Winter is especially active in Carbon County which has some of the best snowmobiling in Wyoming. Explore over 500 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails with terrain to excite users of all skill levels. The beautiful, groomed trails in the Snowy Range and Sierra Madre Mountain Range provide plenty of solitude for cross country skiing and snowshoeing in diverse terrain.

You’ll discover that the Carbon County is home to varied cuisine such as juicy western burgers, classic Italian, Thai and signature steaks. Visitors can choose from a wide array of accommodations, including vacation homes, resorts, campgrounds and quaint bed and breakfasts.

So come experience the authentic West in Carbon County.