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Save time for Wyoming rodeos and watch professional cowboys at their best.
Plan your next visit to Wyoming. The Johnson County Fair & Rodeo in Buffalo is packed with rodeo action. Fans love watching the steer wrestling, bareback riding, barrel racing, breakaway roping, pole bending and calf roping. The bull riding and track races are always a hit, in this northern Wyoming town.
Enjoy your time in historic Buffalo by visiting the buildings from 1804, the Fort Reno site and Mountain Plains Heritage Park.
Learn more about Buffalo's rich history, by strolling through the Fort Phil Kearny Site and Visitor Center and the Fetterman Battlefield. The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum provides wonderful insight into the western heritage of Buffalo. Make the most of your visit with a day of thrills at the Johnson County Fair.
The last weekend in July means it's time for the Platte County Fair & Rodeo. Make your travel plans for southeastern Wyoming and head for Wheatland, host of the annual Platte County Fair & Rodeo. Typically lasting 11-12 days, the Platte County Fair & Rodeo is an old fashion fair, with exhibits, livestock, contests, games, and, of course, a wide variety of food vendors.
Visit Wheatland on your next summer exploration of Wyoming and check out the Platte County Fair & Rodeo, and ideal afternoon destination for the whole family. The fair takes place at the Platte County 4-H Fair Grounds in downtown Wheatland. Drive in from Cheyenne or Lusk and enjoy a day at the fair.
Established in 1931, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo is an annual festival held in Sheridan in northern Wyoming. Found at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, the PRCA and WPRA rodeo performances are held in mid July. The following WYO Rodeo Week offers events like a parade, carnival, pancake breakfast, and pow-wow. Rodeo Week also features the Boot Kick-off, Chris LeDoux Memorial Golf Tournament, WYO Rodeo Royalty Competition, and country music concerts.