Worland Field Office
The Worland Field Office manages more than two million acres of public lands in the southern half of the Bighorn Basin. Located in north-central Wyoming, these lands provide a variety of resources and uses including wild horses, wildlife habitat, scenic vistas, recreation opportunities, mineral development and livestock grazing.
You can mountain bike, horseback ride, hunt big game, fish a blue-ribbon trout stream, explore the badlands, see the latest dinosaur discoveries and more! So when you come to Wyoming, visit the Bighorn Basin and enjoy America's public lands!
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