SHERIDAN, voted the #1 Western Town in America by TrueWest Magazine, embraces its Old West heritage and was home to the Plains Indians, and for a time, Buffalo Bill Cody. Today Sheridan thrives with its vibrant downtown, minerals production and ranching. Numerous parks and a well- established walking path system, several battle and fight sites and museums represent Sheridan’s past.
Sheridan, located at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains offers you, the traveler, authentic western experiences and attractions. Shop Historic Downtown or take a trolley tour of the community. Ask the front desk for information.
Visit the numerous Indian War Sites – Fort Phil Kearny, Fetterman & Wagon Box Fight Site, Crooks Encampment, and the Rosebud, Connor and Little Bighorn Battlefields. Tours can be arranged for some of these historic places.
Also experience the Old West at:
Sheridan County Museum
Trail End Historic Center
Bradford Brinton Memorial
And for rodeo and polo . . . Sheridan County Fairgrounds and Big Horn Equestrian Center.