Worland Field Office

Recreation Opportunities

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 secret spot secret!

More than two million acres of public land surface area managed by the BLM's Worland Field Office. Unless otherwise posted, the public lands are open to recreational use. However, please remember that recreation is just one of many activities on these lands. Other uses include livestock grazing and mineral development.

 You are invited to experience firsthand the beautiful Bighorn Basin. Scenic and biological diversity, a rich western history, unequalled cultural and paleontological resources, uncrowded outdoor recreation and genuine hospitality await you.

You will find a lot of interesting things to do and see on public land. They are truly our lands and our legacy!

automobile tour.

Red Gulch/Alkali Backcountry Byway  


camping.Middle Fork of the Powder River 
Fishing.Fishing Map 
Fishing Brochure 
hiking.Hiking Trails 
Interpretive area.Dinosaur Tracksite 
Legend Rock Petroglyphs 

OHV trail.Ride Legal! 
Top Ten OHV Rules
Nowater OHV Area
Scenic Area.Scenic Areas & Photo Opportunities 
Watchable Wildlife.Wildlife/Nature Viewing 
Wild horse viewing.Wild Horse Viewing 


Special Recreation Permits

No campfires.

BLM Wyoming Begins "One Less Spark-One Less Wildfire" Campaign

Fire Restrictions 

Leave No Trace.

Leave No Trace

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