Why Weston County

On the western slopes of the Black Hills, Wyoming’s Weston County is filled with wildlife and wide open spaces, and it’s less than an hour’s drive from Mount Rushmore National Memorial. And since Weston County is the most uncrowded part of the Black Hills, you’ll be exploring, relaxing, and unwinding in natural peacefulness.

two women on bikes near woods in Weston County
wagon wheel outside hotel


A place to lay your head

couple eating in restaurant


Get your grub on

man fly fishing in LAK

Things to do in Weston

Weston County may not be uncrowded, but you’ll still find everything you need for a relaxing stay in the Black Hills. Sample locally-raised beef in one of our restaurants, or tap a Wyoming microbrew at a neighborhood bar or saloon. Learn more about the area’s pioneer and Native history at our museums, and then shop for local arts and crafts in historic downtown Newcastle and Upton.

Newcastle Courthouse

Weston Blog

  • Miss the Road Construction this Summer in Weston County
    Summertime in Northeast Wyoming brings a lot of seasonal opportunities to the region. From the tourist season in the Black Hills to numerous events, summer is a fun time in Weston County.  One thing that isn’t fun however during the summer, is road construction, and Northeast Wyoming is experiencing a lot of it. One place … Read more
man hiking in Black Hills

Weston Events

Wide Open Weston