Campbell County is home to monumental tour opportunities for all ages and interests. Experience the natural wonders of the west with guided tours of Devils Tower, Durham Buffalo Ranch or local coal mines. To book your group or party for any of our tours, please call the Visitors Bureau at 307-686-0040 or e-mail us at
  • Coal Mine Tour to some of the largest surface coal mines in the world are offered through the Gillette Visitor's Center at 1810 S Douglas Highway Suite A. The tours are approximately 2 hours long and start at 9am or 11am.These tours run Monday through Friday.  Tours run in the summer from Memorial Day to the end of August. The tour is $5.00 per person (cash or check only please). Please contact the Gillette Visitor's center to schedule your tour today. (307) 686-0040. Tours for Summer of 2019 start Monday, May 27th and end Friday, August 30,  2019

  • This 60,000 acre ranch is home to 2,500 American Bison. Years ago, bison roamed the plains in such vast numbers that early explorers could not count them. By the late 1800s, bison were endangered. However, through the efforts of conservationists and ranches like the Durham Buffalo Ranch, they are no longer endangered.The Ranch offers tours, reservations should be made with the Gillette Visitor Center at 307-686-0040. 2019 Tours, Tuesday's & Friday's 10:00AM-12:00PM. Start date is June 4th and end date is August 30,2019

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  • Tour Historic Downtown Gillette with a walking tour developed by a member of the Historic Society. Visitors can pick up a free copy of the downtown walking tour from the Gillette Visitor Center (307) 686-0040 at 1810 S Douglas Highway Suite A. Learn the history of Gillette at your own pace. This self-guided tour can be started at any location on Gillette Avenue. Also while enjoying our historic downtown, you can stop in to many of our unique shops and restaurants.

  • We have set up two self-guided driving tours throughout Campbell County. The tours are designed to show local plants and wildlife along with some history and geology in the area. Pronghorn, a.k.a. antelope, outnumber residents and share their habitat with badgers, coyotes, elk, mule, and white tail deer, ducks, geese, pheasants, turkey, grouse, and jackrabbits to name a few. Pick up a Wildlife Loop Tour map at the Gillette Visitor Center - 1810 S. Douglas Hwy.