Washakie County is centrally located to the sights and cities of the region.

Washakie County is located in the Big Horn Basin in northwest Wyoming. Washakie County is on the western edge of the southern Big Horn Mountains and east of Yellowstone National Park. U.S. 16 and U.S. 20 intersect in downtown Worland. U.S. 16 intersects with I-25 and I-90 on the east side of the Big Horn Mountains, about 60 miles east of Ten Sleep.

Yellowstone National Park, Billings, MT, and Casper, WY, are all within a three-hour drive of Worland. Closer by are the Thermopolis Hot Springs, Old Trail Town in Cody, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area outside of Lovell, and the wonders of the Big Horn Mountains.


Business resources.

We offer many resources to new and existing businesses to promote our county’s economic growth.

Job training.

Our job training initiative has helped many local businesses get to where they need to be. 

Relocation incentives.

To encourage new and existing businesses to relocate to the area, WDA offers various incentive packages.

Find out more about our business incentives.

Whatever your business solutions may be, Washakie Development Association is here to make things easier for you. From developing incentive packages to analyzing business opportunities, we’ll help find a comprehensive solution so you can have the best plan for your business.