Introduction to Worland, Wyoming
Worland was first settled in 1900, and the city was incorporated in 1906. It was originally located on the western side of the Big Horn River. Its founders later moved the city to the eastern side of the river because railroad tracks were laid in this area. It was named after settler C. Worland.
Worland and nearby Attractions
- Washakie Museum
- Evans Shopping Center
- Hot Springs State Park
- Wyoming Dinosaur Center & Dig Sites
- Boysen State Park
- Ten Sleep Pioneer Museum
Things To Do In Worland
The Washakie Museum provides insight into the history of the area. Sanders Park provides several recreational opportunities. The Wyoming Dinosaur Center & Dig Site, the Hot Springs County Historical Museum and the Ten Sleep Pioneer Museum are all accessible from Worland as well. The city hosts the Bluegrass Festival every August.
Flights are available from Riverton Regional Airport.
Worland Higher Education
Some of the closest colleges and universities are Montana State University-Billings, the University of Wyoming and Casper College.