Sheridan … Naturally!
Sheridan has mountains, plains, farming and ranching, while also hosting world class golfing and polo. Sheridan is a great place to retire, yet young entrepreneurs are thriving here. Sheridan is quiet and serene, but take a look at the events calendar and you’ll never want for something to do.
Sheridan, together with our entire Sheridan County, is a visitor’s paradise, no matter what the season.
Whether you’re looking for sporting events and outdoor adventure, or fine dining and extraordinary art, look no further. The high plains to the east offer excellent upland bird and big game hunting, while the Bighorn Mountains to the west afford opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, fishing, camping, snowmobiling, and skiing. Then there’s the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, theater, art exhibits, historic sites and buildings, street festivals, concerts in the park, unique shopping in our Historic Downtown … and even polo.
All in a setting that perfectly blends Western charm, beautiful scenery, and a vibrant and active community. Naturally.
Thinking about a visit to Sheridan? Here are some resources to help you plan your visit and assist you when you arrive.
- Sheridan Visitors Package. Click here to request a Sheridan Visitors Package from Sheridan Travel and Tourism.
- Travel & Tourism Website. A good online resource for tourism “things to see and do” in Sheridan County is the Sheridan Travel & Tourism website – www.sheridanwyoming.org – jam-packed with hundreds of offerings for our visitors (and residents). You can reach Sheridan Travel & Tourism at (307) 673-7120 or (888) 596-6787 or by emailing email@example.com.
- Sheridanwyoming.com Website. A second online resource for “things to see and do” is the www.sheridanwyoming.com website, provided by Sheridan Media.
- Stop by the State of Wyoming Information Center. The Sheridan Travel & Tourism organization is housed inside the State of Wyoming Information Center (Visitor’s Center), just off of I-90 Exit 23. This center is available to provide resource information to visitors and travelers – from the ready-to-help staff at the front counter, to weather and road reports, to the many maps and brochures in our racks, to the glimpse into Sheridan County history in our museum. The Information Center is a “must stop” place for visitors to Sheridan County.
- Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce. Our office is located in our Historic Downtown, at 24 S. Main St. Drop in to see us as you’re exploring Sheridan … we’ll help with “things to do” ideas and questions about our community.
- Downtown Sheridan Association. Stop by the DSA office at the corner of S. Main St. and Coffeen Ave./Burkitt St. or click here for downtown walking tour information.
Or simply Contact Us if you’d like more information for your visit to Sheridan County.