• Mailing...120 North 10th Street
    Physical...111 South 7th Street
    Worland, WY 82401
    (307) 347-3226
  • WTS Chamber Bucks

    Chamber Bucks are Gift Certificates to purchase goods and services at Worland and Ten Sleep Chamber Member Businesses. Purchase online and have shipped to the recipients home.

    Chamber Bucks

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    Wondering What's NEW at the Chamber... Want to hear more about our NEW benefits?
     Call us (347-3226) to schedule a Member Visit!
    Bike To Work Week Monday May 16-Friday May 20th
    For more information stop in to Larsen's Bicycles or Hake Realty
    ANB Bank would like to invite the community to join us for an open house celebrating Mary Hoffman’s retirement after 62 years of service! 
    The open house will be on May 27th 12:30-3:30, we will be serving cake and coffee. 

    Worland School News...(Home Games Listed, visit www.wsh1.k12.wy.us for full schedule)
    5/20 Boys Soccer 3A State Qualifier
    5/21 Girls Soccer 3A State Qualifier
    5/22 Graduation Congratulations Graduates!
    5/27 Last Day of School-Early Release 12:45

  • The small ranching community of Ten Sleep is a true example of western lifestyle. Located at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, the area is rich in fertile soil and waterways which make it perfect for raising cattle and sheep.
    Travelers are welcome and greeted with friendly smiles. Area residents maintain an atmosphere which exemplifies a genuine western experience. Visitors are encouraged to stop and enjoy the shopping Ten Sleep offers, or try your favorite malt or homemade ice cream. July visitors may encounter original cattle drives which move through the center of town. Local cowboys (and their horses) have been photographed inside either of the town's two saloons!
    Ten Sleep got its name by being ten sleeps (nights) between the Great Sioux Camps and the Platte River to the south, and the northern camp located near Bridger, Mont.
    The area is full of history and is recognized as being the site of many historic battlegrounds between Indian tribes and the white man. Among those sites are the Bates Battlesite, an engagement in which the Arapahoe were defeated by a coalition composed of U.S. troops and the Shoshone. At the Dull Knife site, Dull Knife and Wild Hog were defeated leaving the Big Horn Mountains under the control of the white man. Located a few miles south of Ten Sleep is the famous site of the Spring Creek Raid. Here, cattle ranchers and sheep herders fought a bloody battle over grazing rights. The event eventually led to the end of the bitter rivalry between cattlemen and sheep ranchers.
    Scenic wonders ranging from mountain ranges, canyon and pure mountain streams and lakes are everywhere. Expect to see abundant sightings of elk, moose, deer and other forest creatures.
    To the southwest of Ten Sleep, Castle Gardens present unusual stone caricatures of animals, castles and other objects of interest. The Ten Sleep experience is timeless and terrific.