- Greybull is a friendly, rural community with a variety of lodging choice and many good places to grab a bite to eat.
- Activities in the area include camping, fishing, hiking and backpacking, hunting, and off-roading.
- Several interesting geological and historical sights can be found within a 30-mile radius of Greybull.
Greybull, Wyoming is a ranching community with a railroad background, a bit of light industry, several western saloons, many churches, and a hometown atmosphere where people still bake their own bread and grow vegetables behind their homes.
Greybull is a friendly, rural community where visitors are noticed and treated as favored guests.
The truly western community of Greybull, WY lies in the Big Horn Basin, surrounded by peaks of the Yellowstone Ecosystem on the west, the Bighorn Range on the east, and the Wind River Range to the south.
A variety of accommodations in town range from modern day guest ranches to clean, comfortable motel rooms, each offering qualities distinctively Wyoming, small town, and remarkably western in hospitality.
When visiting Greybull, be sure to bring a hearty appetite with you. Here you will find everything from fast food drive ins, to cafes, to fine dining.
Located near the Bighorn National Forest, activities include camping, fishing, hiking and backpacking, hunting, and off-roading.
- Greybull Museum: Downtown Greybull. Pioneer history with many cultural artifacts. Fossil collections from the Famous Dinosaur dig in the area. Open year round, call for winter hours.
- Devil’s Kitchen: Five miles east of Greybull. The colorful eerie rock formations exposed in Devil’s Kitchen are part of the Cloverly Formation, a 125 to 11-million year-old sequences of colorful sediments containing important dinosaur remains.
Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting: Contains some of the last remaining examples of World War II aircraft including the PB4Y-2 and other fire fighting aircraft of past decades. Located just north of Greybull at the airport
- Red Gulch National Backcountry Byway: 32- mile route through a mostly untrammeled section of the Big Horn Basin. Sheepherder rock cairns from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Rock formations in the area paint a colorful and varied picture.
- Shell Falls Interpretive Sight: located about 30 miles east of Greybull in the Bighorn National Forest in Shell Canyon, is Shell Falls. Shell Creek falls over three-billion-year-old granite at some 3,600 gallons per second to make a spectacular waterfall.
Cody lies approximately 53 miles directly west of Greybull on US-14/US-16/US-20.
Much of the drive will be through open plains with mountains and forests in the distance.