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Buffalo Field Office- The Buffalo Field Office manages 780,291 acres of public lands and 1,488,336 acres of mineral estate within Campbell, Johnson, and Sheridan counties in north-central Wyoming.
Casper Field Office- The Casper Feild Office is located between the base of Casper Mountain and along the banks of the North Platte River in central Wyoming.
Cody Field Office- Cody is located in northwest Wyoming, just 52 miles east of Yellowstone Park. With fewer visitors are in the area, accommodations and services are plentiful.
Kemmerer Field Office- The Kemmerer Field Office is responsible for the management of 1.6 million acres of public land and approximately 250,000 acres of Federal mineral estate in the southwest corner of Wyoming.
Lander Field Office- The Lander Field Office encompasses 6.6 million acres in central Wyoming and includes most of Fremont County, the southwest corner of Natrona Country, and small portions of Carbon, Sweetwater and Hot Springs counties.
Newcastle Field Office- The Newcastle Field Office is responsible for the public lands in Crook, Weston and Niobrara counties in northeast Wyoming, as well as the public lands that remain in Nebraska.
Pinedale Field Office- The Pinedale Field Office manages 912,000 acres of federal surface/federal minerals and almost 300,000 acres of private surface/federal minerals.
Rawlins Field Office- Located in south central Wyoming, Rawlins Field Office, offers access to six campgrounds, five mountain bike trails, Adobe Town Wilderness Study Area, North Platte and Encampment Rivers.
Rock Springs Field Office- BLM's Rock Springs Field Office is a federal agency in the USA that manages over 3.6 million acres of public land surface and 3.5 million acres of public sub-surface minerals in the southwestern part of the great State of Wyoming.
Worland Field Office- This office manages more than two million acres of public lands in the southern half of the Bighorn Basin. These lands, in north central Wyoming, provide a variety of resources like wild horses, wildlife habitat, and scenic vistas.

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Description - BLM in Wyoming manages some 18 million acres of public land for use by recreationists, ranchers, miners and others, along with another 11 million acres of mineral estate. Most of the BLM land in Wyoming lies in the lower, more arid parts of the state, relative to the National Forest land which covers much of the high mountain terrain.

This land is held in trust for the American people. Wyoming public lands include 2,752 miles of fishable streams, and 18,120,000 acres of public rangelands. Public lands also are home to several threatened and endangered species, thousands of elk, deer and moose and many types of birds, including bald eagles and peregrine falcons.

Recreation - Recreation opportunities abound on over 18 million acres of BLM administered public land in Wyoming. The BLM focuses on providing undeveloped recreation opportunities such as fishing, four-wheeling, sightseeing, river floating, hiking and hunting. Some developed recreation areas such as compgrounds do exist, however. Unless otherwise posted, all public lands are available for recreation use.

Please stay on existing roads and trails in areas without signs and remember to Tread Lightly! You are invited to experience firsthand the open spaces and adventure awaiting you on your public lands. The BLM Field Offices located throughout the state can provide you with maps and other detailed information to enhance your stay.

Climate - As throughout the Rocky Mountains, the climate varies drastically depending on elevation. BLM lands in Wyoming tend to lie in the lower and more arid portions of the state. Summers generally offer warm clear days with cool nights. Afternoon thunderstorms are often a possibility in the summer. In the winter, sunshine, with heavy snow in the higher elevations, are ideal for winter activities. Harsh weather - including strong winds, cold, and snow - is possible throughout the winter and even throughout the year, especially in the highest elevations.

Location - The State Office for the BLM in Wyoming is located in Cheyenne. Cheyenne sits in the southeast corner of the state, at the junction of Interstates 80 and 25. BLM lands in Wyoming are spread throughout the entire state. There are field offices located in Rawlins, Rock Springs, Kemmerer, Pinedale, Lander, Casper, Cody, Worland, Buffalo and Newcastle.


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Contact Information:
Wyoming BLM State Office, 5353 Yellowstone, P.O. Box 1828 , Cheyenne, WY, 82003, Phone: 307-775-6256
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Wyoming - Wyoming is within the top ten largest states in the country and the least populated. If you're seeking solitude in wilderness setting look into one of the many recreation opportunities in this state.

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