5 Things You Must Do in Worland
Worland in Wyoming is the county seat of the County of Washakie and is located in the north central part of the state. Visitors can enjoy the many outdoor and historic activities this area has to offer. Here are five things you must do in Worland.
1. Touch an exhibit at the Washakie Museum.
This lovely museum recreates the lifestyle of the early settlers, including those living in the area thousands of years ago. Take in some of the art, history, geology and paleontology unique to the area.
2. Watch the sunrise over the badlands in the Painted Desert.
The county sits in the middle of five mountain ranges and visitors can see the lovely painted landscape made lovelier by the rising sun. Take a picnic breakfast and enjoy the view.
3. Go fishing on the Big Horn River.
A must for visiting anglers, the Big Horn River is a great spot for trout of all varieties. Boaters can take in the changing scenery along its 130 mile stretch.
4. Golf the rolling hills of the Green Hills Golf Course.
This is an eighteen hole, par 72 course with flexible tee times and a view of the Big Horn Mountains in the background. Stop in the clubhouse for a quick snack.
5. Search for fossils at the Big Cedar Ridge Plant Fossil Area.
This site holds numerous plant fossils believed to be 72 million years old, from near the end of the dinosaur era.