Greybull, Wyoming is one of the gateway cities into Yellowstone National park, located approximately 100 miles east on Highway 14, 16, 20 as well as along the drive into the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore. While in route, plan your trip to stay a night or two in Greybull. We have plenty of wide open spaces with public access to hiking trails, outdoor recreation, museums, lodging, restaurants, and shopping. “We are around so few and surrounded by so much” is quite fitting for the times. Get away from the congestion and confined spaces of cities and metro confinement. Experience a breath of fresh air that invigorates your soul. Step into the past at our history changing Red Gulch Dinosaur Track site, The Big Horn Basin Geo Science Center has a clear story of why our area is unique! Don’t forget about the Greybull Museum that has a lot of history on display. Check out the Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting that will impress you with the actual aircrafts used from the 1940 – 1980’s. Call 307-765-9431 for more information.

Upcoming Events

Greybull has a lot to offer all year around. Below is a schedule of events that any age group would be sure to enjoy! Check out our Grow Greybull Facebook page for more information!

Days of ’49 – June 6 – 9, 2024 – Tug-O-War, Rodeo, Street Dance, Car Show, and more!

June 29th, 2024 – Crazy Daze – Local businesses offering big shopping discounts

July 4th – Community picnic and entertainment in the park, begins at 6:00 pm, followed by fireworks at dark

August 10th, 2024 – Greybull Brew Fest – held in our town park come enjoy brews, burgers, and live music

September 14th, 2024 – Wine & walk shopping (crazy daze shopping, but with wine!)

October 31st – Main Street Trick or Treat

December 6th, 2024 – Join us in our Holidazzle events, parade, and shopping!

While you’re here, take a few days to explore “our” backyard! If you’re visiting in the Summer/Fall time The Big Horn Mountains are a short 15 minute drive East. While in the Big Horn’s you can stop and look at the spectacular Shell Falls, enjoy hiking, camping, and/or fishing. If you’re visiting in the winter time Antelope Butte Ski Area is the place for winter enthusiasts, snowshoeing trails, and of course lots of snowmobile trails for everyone’s entertainment. The Big Horn mountains is truly a place to get away from it all!

Bighorn Basin history