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!


Mike Phillips

Field Manager

Latest News

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