Campbell County, Wyoming is situated between the
Big Horn Mountains to the west and the
Black Hills to the east, in the Powder River Basin. The Basin is divided by the Powder
River, which flows north into Montana where it joins the Yellowstone River.
Established in 1911, it is home to the cities of Gillette and Wright, along
with the unincorporated communities of Recluse and Rozet.
The growing economy makes Campbell County a wonderful and exciting place
to live. Outstanding quality of life for residents means:
- low crime rate
- low property tax
- more than 250 days of sunshine
- no traffic jams or smog
- no state tax
- room to expand
The region is home to numerous cafes, fine steakhouses, grills, sushi and
more, and there are many stores to browse through for clothing, electronics,
gifts, shoes, etc. And, if you're wild about wildlife, nearly 77,000
pronghorn call this region home, along with a multitude of mule deer,
turkey, sage grouse and more wild animals.
The population in Gillette and Campbell County is steadily increasing with
more than 30,000 people in the City limits and nearly 47,000 residents
living in the County.