Unwind in the Splendor of Sundance

Nestled in Crook County and situated along the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains near the famed Devil's Tower, the small town of Sundance, Wyoming, proudly boasts its quiet, friendly lifestyle with larger-than-life world-class adventure. Out here, away from the hustle and bustle of crowds, you're free to uncover all the sights and sounds that make Sundance a distinctive brand of breathtaking. Sundance is the seat of Crook County and the center of an economic zone that ranges from Rapid City in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota to the massive energy industry around nearby Gillette, Wyoming. With an ideal combination of robust industry and every modern convenience set within Wyoming's still wild and wide-open frontier, you'll discover that Wyoming is more than just old-west nostalgia.

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Sundance at a Glance

Getting Around

Major Roads: WY-585, I-90, S West St
Airport: Rapid City Regional Airport
Big Horn: 2 hr 15 min
Sheridan: 2 hr 20 min


Population: 1,043
Zip Code: 82729
County: Crook

About Sundance

Spend Time Outside

If you're looking for a great place to spend a day or an evening outdoors, look no further than White Ranch Park. Located in the heart of Sundance and providing more than 100 acres to explore, there's something for everyone to enjoy. So whether you are picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, sojourning, or just relaxing by the river, White Ranch Park is your perfect getaway. Sundance also proudly boasts a newly remodeled outdoor swimming pool, splash pad, outdoor theater, athletic fields, rodeo and fairgrounds, and a new football stadium.

Explore Local Culture

Established in 1875 as a trading post, the town of Sundance prospered in the wide-open frontier of this time. Not much has changed in the 100-plus years - the skies are still huge, the community is still welcoming, wildlife is still wild, and Sundance Mountain is still breathtaking, towering over this quaint town. Containing exhibits on local history, including information on the native Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes who once lived in the area, the Crook County Museum is a terrific place to learn about the area's real wild west history.

Breaktaking Beauty

With over 123,000 acres of National Forest in your backyard, Sundance is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Providing residents with a perfect blend of luxurious living in a sparse suburban environment, you're only minutes from the Black Hills, Devil's Tower, and Bear Lodge National Forests, with camping, hiking, fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. Boating is also available at several nearby lakes and reservoirs. In addition, Sundance offers natural hot springs, star-filled night skies, and unmatched wildlife watching.

What You'll Love in Sundance


Ample Amenities

The award-winning Crook County emergency room and hospital, urgent care center, and nursing home provide comprehensive and accessible health care without needing to leave town. Local businesses offer dining, retail, pharmacy, and a wide range of supplies and services. Seasonally, there is a weekly farmer's market and ready access to local, farm-grown meat, poultry, game, and vegetables. With Gillette Airport (GCC) and Rapid City Airport (RAP) nearby, Sundance ensures easy travel.


Top Performing Schools

The Crook County school district's mission is to prepare and empower all students for successful, lifelong learning through effective teaching. With the belief that every student has the right to learn, the K-12 education system in Sundance boasts small class sizes allowing for a high level of individual attention, which is closely associated with the high graduation rate of 90%. Residents of Sundance enjoy determining which educational option works best for them with Hulett School, Sundance Secondary, Moorcroft Elementary, Moorcroft Secondary & Sundance Elementary.

Sundance Attractions

Sundance Real Estate

For those dreaming of wide open spaces but still desire to have modern amenities within reach, Sundance offers the perfect blend. Sundance offers a variety of homes for sale from the low $ 250s to more than $1 million. From cozy and comfortable cottages to modest ranch-style houses on acreage to the most luxurious golf course estates, you're sure to find something that fits your lifestyle and budget. Although if you’re searching for one of the larger cities in Wyoming, don’t miss nearby Gillette. But with Sundance's vibrant economy, excellent schools, and fantastic wildlife, you'll be proud to call Sundance home.

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