Greybull, Wyoming Economic Development
Greybull is a town of 1,847 in the middle of the Bighorn Basin in North-central Wyoming.
We have it all here in Big Horn County…friendly, helpful people, wide-open spaces with plenty of public access to hiking trails, outdoor recreation, and tremendous restaurants, lodging, shopping opportunities. Greybull! It will take your breath away.
- Our trails accommodate hikers, bikers, ORVs, and horse-back riders
- 3 State highways converge in town, so, no matter where you’re headed, you CAN get there from here
- We have awesome restaurants, shops & lodging
- A successful business park with 45 lots remaining for the second phase, the first phase is sold out.
The mission of the Greybull Visitor Center & Economic Development is to promote commerce by retaining and strengthening local businesses and facilitating investments to recruit new businesses to the area. This being done with the vision of creating a healthy and more diverse economy, now and for the future.
The heritage and long held events are core to the strength of Greybull, these will always be a tradition in original form, from drag races at the airport, rodeos, parades and one of the finest car shows in the rocky mountains.
You can also step into history at our Museum of Flight & Aerial Firefighting, also our Dinosaur GeoScience Center that is in downtown Greybull and a short drive east to our World Famous Red Gulch Dinosaur Track Site, which changed history books.
Greybull’s Relation to Landmarks
- 50 miles east of Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody, WY.
- 95 miles south of Billings Logan International Airport in Billings, MT.
- 40 miles southeast of Northwest Community College in Powell, WY.
- 250 miles north of the University of Wyoming.
- 60 miles west of Interstate 90
- 140 miles north of Interstate 25
Claims to Fame
Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting was created to preserve a portion of history which other aviation museums do not: Aerial Firefighting. The museum is dedicated to education related to the types of aircraft and retardant systems that have evolved over the years into the awesome aerial firefighting capabilities used today. Many types of aircraft and many different designs for fire retardant drop ssystems have been utilized to combat forest fires since the late 1920s. We hope to eventually display a wide representation of the aircraft and equipment used in aerial firefighting. The museum also has an interest in preserving and displaying other historical aircraft (in flyable condition) to include flight demonstrations.
The Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite is the largest tracksite in Wyoming and one of only a few worldwide from the Middle Jurassic Period (160 million to 180 million years old). Until the tracks were reported in 1997, most scientists thought the entire Bighorn Basin and most of Wyoming was covered by an ancient ocean called the Sundance Sea.
The Restaurants and Shops in Greybull are a destination for local, regional and annual visitors from around the Country. We have several of the finest Women’s Boutiques in the country, which can be enjoyed in downtown Greybull.
Greybull/Grow Greybull Board
We would like to thank the following individuals for devoting their time and attention to the Greybull and Grow Greybull Board. Their dedication of time and talent is critical to move Greybull forward.
- Carrie Hunt – Town Administrator
- Mayor Myles Foley
- Holton Harter
- Lupe Gallegos
- Ivette Gutierrez
- Patricia Hansen
- Deanna Werner
- Nicole Geis
- Paul Thur
- Cassie Wright
- Jessica Fink