Located in scenic southeast Wyoming, ​Goshen County encompasses an array of close-knit communities with old-fashioned values and affordable living.

Come on in, and get to know the communities that make up Goshen County!

a historic brick building with the words "Town Market" on the exterior
a goose standing in a field at golden hour

Goshen County

In Goshen County, old-fashioned values still reign. Our residents have a strong work ethic, and handshake deals still mean something here.

Fort Laramie

With its rich history of westward expansion, Fort Laramie draws tourists from all over the world.

a bridge in Fort Laramie, Wyoming
a pasture at sunset with a butte in the distance

Hawk Springs

Hawk Springs is a small village conveniently located along U.S. Highway 85. This picturesque natural playground attracts visitors from Wyoming and beyond!


LaGrange—the oldest town in Goshen County and among the oldest in the state—sits at the heart of Wyoming’s eastern ranch country.

exterior of LaGrange post office
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Lingle is a community that is small but proud. Residents exhibit great community pride, particularly when rooting for their local high school sports teams.


The Goshen County seat., Torrington is a small town with a lot to offer. With its diverse range of exciting annual events, from craft fairs to rodeos, the town caters to arts aficionados and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

a lifeguard overlooking a pool with a waterslide
The iconic Yoder water tower framed by lush greenery, showcasing the town's name and American flag.


Yoder is a quiet community in Wyoming’s breadbasket, just one mile west of U.S. Highway 85 and 12 miles west of the Nebraska border.