- 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. They also support many uses including recreation, mineral development,and livestock grazing.
Copyright: - US Bureau of Land Management
Worland BLM Field Office
Recreation - You can mountain bike, horseback ride, or hunt big game. You can fish a blue-ribbon trout stream, explore the badlands, see the latest dinosaur discoveries, and more! So when you come to Wyoming, visit the Bighorn Basin and enjoy America's public lands! There are over two million acres of public land surface managed by the BLM's Worland Field Office. Unless otherwise posted, all public land is open to recreational use. However, please remember that recreation is just one of many activities on these lands. Other uses include livestock grazing and mineral development.
You are invited to experience, firsthand, the beautiful Bighorn Basin. Scenic and biological diversity, a rich western history, unequalled cultural and paleontological resources, uncrowded outdoor recreation, and genuine hospitality await you.