Fort Laramie

The town of Fort Laramie is located near one of the most significant forts of the American Frontier. Its rich history of westward expansion draws tourists from all over the world.

Fort Laramie is a welcoming town with abundant recreational opportunities, festive annual events and great amenities for residents. Though its main industry is agriculture, tourism and oil also contribute to the town’s economy.

Visit Historic Fort Laramie Website

pioneer centerPioneer Community Center

The Pioneer Community Center, formerly the Fort Laramie elementary school, is newly renovated as a community center. The Center features a computer training lab, a used bookstore, a conference meeting room, and private office suites. The Community Hall will seat 300+ for receptions, convents, private and public functions; additional features are a complete theater stage, a commercial catering kitchen, private lounge, spacious lobby entry, and ample private parking.

Town of Fort Laramie
307-837-2711 EXT 1
KCRAFT@TOWNOFFTLARAMIE.ORG
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The Pioneer Community Center Hosts Several Annual Events:

  • Pioneer Center Craft and Artisan Show held in June each year. Vendor spaces regularly sell out quickly to artisans from throughout Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska. The show features hand-made wood furniture, butcher block, and scroll saw art, fiber crafts and quilts, homemade soap, jewelry, oil and watercolor art, gourmet jams and jellies, and wildlife photography. 
  • Pioneers Playhouse Dinner Theatre puts on dinner and a show each summer. The show features local actors and actresses and has been wildly successful.

 

Fort Laramie

The town of Fort Laramie is located near one of the most significant forts of the American Frontier. Its rich history of westward expansion draws tourists from all over the world. Fort Laramie is a welcoming town with abundant recreational opportunities, festive annual events and great amenities for residents. Though its main industry is agriculture, tourism and oil also contribute to the town’s economy. Visit Historic Fort Laramie Website Pioneer Community Center The Pioneer Community Center, formerly the Fort Laramie elementary school, is newly renovated as a community center. The Center features a computer training lab, a used bookstore, a conference meeting room, and private office suites. The Community Hall will seat 300+ for receptions, convents, private and public functions; additional features are a complete theater stage, a commercial catering kitchen, private lounge, spacious lobby entry, and ample private parking. Town of Fort Laramie 307-837-2711 EXT 1 KCRAFT@TOWNOFFTLARAMIE.ORG Website The Pioneer Community Center Hosts Several Annual Events: Pioneer Center Craft...Learn More »

Goshen County

Goshen County in scenic Southeast Wyoming features an array of close-knit communities with old-fashioned values and affordable living. Its wide-open spaces and supportive environment are conducive to growth, making it the perfect place to raise a family or pursue a new business venture. In Goshen County, old-fashioned values still reign. There’s a strong work ethic and handshake deals still mean something here. For more detailed information, please click here....Learn More »

Hawk Springs

Hawk Springs is a small village conveniently located along U.S. Highway 85.  The state recreation area just southeast of town is a destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The Hawk Springs Reservoir offers up exceptional opportunities for bird watching, boating, fishing and more. This picturesque natural playground attracts visitors from Wyoming and beyond.   Hawk Springs Community Center Project Description In 2008, Goshen County received a $300,000 Community Facilities Grant to renovate a former school in the unincorporated community of Hawk Springs, which is located 21 miles south of Torrington. The Hawk Springs Community Building Association (HSCBA) transferred ownership of the facility to the Goshen County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC). GCEDC, through a development agreement with Goshen County, used grant funds to address HVAC, water well, electrical, plumbing, ADA, asbestos, and site issues. The kitchen has also been remodeled as part of this project. The GCEDC worked with the HSCBA to lease back...Learn More »

LaGrange

LaGrange sits at the heart of Wyoming’s eastern ranch country, a few miles east of U.S. Highway 85. It’s the oldest town in Goshen County and among the oldest in the state. While farming and ranching are the mainstays in this town of 452 people, LaGrange also encourages new entrepreneurs. The former high school was renovated to include a library, fitness center, computer lab and office space. The community has also invested in parks and a lighted walking path to promote healthy living. LaGrange Heritage Square Town of LaGrange 307-834-2466 lagrange@lagrangewyo.com Website LaGrange Heritage Square Fact Sheet ...Learn More »

Lingle

Lingle is a community that is “Small but Proud.” It is noteworthy for its agricultural research and archeological preservation. It’s home to the Western History Center, which chronicles a surprising swath of history, from dinosaur to caveman and cowboy. It’s a friendly town of about 454 residents, with a lovely city park and pool. Lingle residents exhibit great community pride, particularly when rooting for their local high school sports teams. COMING SOON! Lingle Community Center A core building block for economic development is quality of life, and today we had a big WIN for the Town of Linge! Lingle was awarded a $356k+ grant from the Wyoming Business Council through the State Land Investment Board to complete a Community Center for the Town of Lingle. This Community Center is the heart of their Main Street and will host elections, celebrations from life to death, community meetings and an all around gathering place for the community! This...Learn More »

Torrington

Torrington is the Goshen County seat. It’s a small town with a lot to offer. It hosts a diverse range of exciting annual events, from craft fairs to rodeos. It caters to arts aficionados and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The town hosts an amalgam of industries. Its rich agricultural roots remain strong but continue to evolve to include new crops, such as wine grapes. An industrial park and local community college contribute to Torrington’s future development. City of Torrington 307-532-5666 City of Torrington Website Goshen Enterprise Center Entrepreneurs need a strong support network to help them transform business concepts into a reality and to be able to sustain and expand new enterprises. The Goshen Enterprise Center supports the emergence and sustainability of small companies through business resources and services offered by a network of contacts. The center provides office and meeting space, and administrative support. Space Available The Goshen Enterprise Center features four office suites to rent for 6...Learn More »

Yoder

Yoder is a quiet community in Wyoming’s breadbasket, just one mile west of U.S. Highway 85 and 12 miles west of the Nebraska border. The diminutive town of about 148 residents brings in hordes of visitors each year for its exceptional ring-necked pheasant hunting. Town of Yoder 307-532-4304 321 Main Street - Yoder, Wyoming 82244...Learn More »