Arts & Culture Carbon County
One of the best ways to start exploring the colorful history of this area is by visiting the various community museums that offer a glimpse into the past.
Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) - This spacious venue accommodates gatherings of all types, from art shows to wedding receptions and performing arts.
Rawlins played a significant role in transportation during the late 19th century when Union Pacific selected it as a division point due to its location.
Get ready for a western adventure you won't soon forget! Whether you are a seasoned cowboy or a city slicker, the rodeo is an experience you won't want to miss, so come on out and see us!
Free and open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Saratoga Hot Pool is the ultimate for healthy relaxation with water temperatures ranging from 106 to 119 degrees.
In the early 1970's the Hotel Wolf became Wyoming place number 78 on the National Register of Historic Places. Since then, the rooms have been remodeled to their original charm.
Wyoming offers breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife, making it a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you're driving through the mountains or prairies.
A nationally designated historic district, downtown Rawlins is rich in 19th century architecture. Named for General John A. Rawlins, who commanded an expedition through the area,
The Shively Field airport features an 8,400-foot paved and lighted runway with a rotating beacon, making it convenient for private and commercial flights. The airport also offers tie downs for small aircraft.