High Desert adventure awaits you in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. Come discover how sweet it is to reconnect with yourself, your family and nature. Located in the southwest corner of Wyoming, Sweetwater County offers pristine views, exciting outdoor adventure and endless activities to discover.
View majestic wild Mustangs in beautiful open spaces. Traverse the rugged unspoiled terrain where T-Rex once hunted. Float down the breathtaking Green River, leading to Lake Flaming Gorge. Go back in time with Indian Petroglyphs. Ride across Killpecker Sand Dunes that reach 100 feet high and over 100 miles long.
Sweetwater is home to 10,500 square miles of pure, high desert adventure. You’ll find something for everyone, from hiking, biking, fishing and golfing to sightseeing, hunting dinosaurs, shopping, or just plain getting away from it all.
Sweetwater County is the perfect place to explore American history. Petroglyphs on White Mountain preserve the pictorial language of the prehistoric people from our region. Also, still carved into the earth are the wagon wheel ruts of the pioneer trails. Find out much more about the rich history and unforgettable treasurers left behind.
Located at the intersection of interstate 80 and Highway 191, Sweetwater County is the perfect place to stop on your way to National Park or the ideal location to make your own unforgettable vacation.
Come discover the beauty and adventure of Sweetwater County.