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One of the most compelling reasons to live in Northwest Wyoming is the amazing amount of outdoor recreational opportunities. Whether you hunt or fish, hike or climb, road bike or mountain bike, cross country or downhill ski, snowshoe or snowmobile, windsurf or paddleboard you will find world-class access within 100 miles in every direction of Powell, Wyoming. And don't forget Yellowstone National Park.

The only way to describe the recreational opportunities around the Powell Valley truly is EPIC UNDISCOVERED!



Outdoor Recreation









One of the most compelling reasons to live in Northwest Wyoming is the amazing amount of outdoor recreational opportunities. Whether you hunt or fish, hike or climb, road bike or mountain bike, cross country or downhill ski, snowshoe or snowmobile, you will find world-class access within 100 miles in every direction of Powell, Wyoming. And don't forget Yellowstone National Park. At just over 70 miles to the East Entrance, Powell is an easy morning's drive to the park after a comfortable, reasonably priced stay away from the crowds!


Hunting Season





Hunting seasons exist in Northwest Wyoming for world class hunting of deer, elk, antelope, mountain goats and sheep, bear, upland game, waterfowl, wolves and numerous other species.




Great Fishing






The blue ribbon Big Horn River is within a 45 minute drive as is fishing (summer and ice) on the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. The Greybull River through the Wind River Canyon is about 1.5 hours away for some of the area's best fly fishing. And don't forget the N & S forks of the Shoshone River from Yellowstone National Park to the Reservoir. All are within a two-hour drive.






Powell Golf Club



The Powell Municipal Golf Course is an 18-hole public course located just east of town. The championship-length course offers beautiful views of the valley and two distinct nines: the Desert and the Pines.




Parks and Recreation







The Powell Recreation Department has 13 parks in Powell that are made up of 125 acres of turf grass. Park amenities include picnic areas, playgrounds, tennis courts, a skate park, a wading pool, ice skating rink, 1.5 miles of paved pedestrian trail and ball fields.




Powell Aquatic Center



The Powell Aquatic Center is a community owned indoor swimming and recreation facility complete with an 8-lane competitive swimming pool, a large circulating "endless river,” an aquatic play area for the little ones and a snack/dining area. The facility was built using a tax-payer passed one cent sales tax addition for four years which has since been retired once all funds were collected.