Welcome to Campbell County!
Most of the visitors who travel to Wyoming do so in search of the Wild West. And while the northeastern region does boast its fair share of ranches and rodeos, it’s known for its minerals—coal, oil and gas and uranium, to name a few.
This small section of the United States is most commonly referred to as the Energy Capital of the Nation. More than one-fourth of all American coal is mined from the Powder River Basin in Campbell County, which is in high demand today because it is low in sulfur—i.e., low emissions. Campbell County is the second largest producer of oil in the state, was the leading crude oil producer in 2010. Gas is also produced in Campbell County, and is piped south to Colorado and east to Nebraska.
Campbell County was established in 1911. It is home to the cities of Gillette and Wright, along with the unincorporated communities of Recluse and Rozet. The county seat of Gillette is named for 1890s railroad surveyor Edward Gillette.
Campbell County in Action
Don’t just take our word for it – see for yourself how wonderful Campbell County is in our online Photo Gallery. There are images of business ventures, Chamber events and ribbon cuttings, cityscapes, local wildlife, recreation, stunning landscapes, and so much more! View Photo Gallery.
The Chamber’s more than 670 member companies are here to help make your stay memorable. Select a category below to view lists of accommodations, restaurants, recreational activities, transportation services, and other attractions. If you're looking for others, please visit the Business Directory.
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The Chamber’s map, produced by Spring Hill Press, includes detailed maps of Campbell County and the cities of Gillette, Hulett, Moorcroft and Wright, Wyoming. View the online version of the map.
For a free visitor packet, contact the Campbell County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Gillette Visitor Center
1810 S. Douglas Highway, Suite A
Gillette, WY 82718
Winter Hours (October 3-May 24): Open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed weekends and holidays.
Summer Hours (May 25): 8 a.m.-7 p.m., seven days a week
Coal Mine Tours
June through August, the Campbell County Convention and Visitors Bureau hosts FREE Coal Mine Tours. For more information on these tours, contact the Gillette Visitor Center at (307) 686-0040.
Wright Visitor Center
U.S. Highway 387 (next to Panther Pond)
Wright, WY 82732
October 3-31: Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed weekends and holidays.
Winter Hours (November 1-May 24): Closed
Summer Hours start May 25: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. seven days a week, until further notice