Remembering the Real Wild West in Sheridan
Steeped in the rich "wild west" tradition, Sheridan, Wyoming is set against a beautiful backdrop of the Big Horn Mountains to the west and wide-open spaces to the east. It is home to hard-working people with a frontier spirit who know how to experience life at its very best. Those ideals based on a pioneering spirit are alive and well here in the land of crystal blue skies, pristine rivers, and fresh mountain-borne air. Because remembering the traditions of the past are so important to residents and this area, great strides are made to capture those memories of the old west in numerous museums, historical sites, and annual events.
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Sheridan at a Glance
Major Roads: I-90, US-14, US-87
Airport: Sheridan County Airport
Big Horn: 15 min
Billings, MT: 2 hours
Zip Code: 82801
Median Home Price: $219,000
What You'll Love in Sheridan
Boundless Outdoor Recreation
Against the backdrop of the majestic natural beauty of the Big Horn Mountains and the vast open plains, Sheridan offers a plethora of outdoor adventures, including camping, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, skiing, hunting, snowmobiling, fly fishing, horseback riding, polo, team roping, wildlife watching, and even golf. And the nearby Bighorn National Forest offers over 1,200 miles of trails, 30 campgrounds, 10 picnic areas, and 189,000 acres of wilderness just waiting to be explored.
Fun Events & Entertainment
Explore the shops, restaurants, and booming local business of Downtown Sheridan—also home to the WYO Theater (which offers live performing arts), Third Thursday Street Festivals, and outdoor Farmers Markets. You’ll also find fun at the Brinton Museum, the Whitney Rink at the M&M’s Center, and amazing events like the WYO Rodeo and the Buffalo Bill Days Festival.
Fantastic Public Schools
One of the advantages of small-town living is top-notch education. Sheridan is actually comprised of three separate school districts, the Sheridan County School District No. 2 (rated the #1 Best School District in Wyoming by Niche.com); Sheridan County School District No. 1, (rated #10 Best); and Sheridan County School District No. 3.
Sheridan Real Estate
For anyone seeking to purchase Sheridan Real Estate, Big Horn Real Estate, Story Real Estate, and Ranchester Real Estate, the variety of homes for sale here is both vast and unique. Here in Sheridan County, single-family homes (without acreage) generally range in price from the low $100's to over a $1 million.
For those with a true "new west" spirit and the desire for more "room to roam", you're sure to find that and so much more here in Sheridan,WY. Those seeking large tracts of land or maybe a Sheridan ranch will find numerous beautiful Sheridan ranch properties for sale with acreage to accommodate horses, and recreational opportunities.
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