About Area

Settled in Wyoming’s eastern plains, Torrington is where the Oregon, Mormon and Texas Cattle trails once met on the North Platte River. Steeped in history, Torrington is the closest city to the Fort Laramie National Historic Site, which was established in 1834 as a fur trading post before transitioning into the largest military post in the Northern Plains.

Today, Torrington is a charming, welcoming small town featuring a popular golf course, fascinating museum, and plenty of opportunities to hike, play, and picnic.

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