Kaycee, Wyoming is located in southern Johnson County, just off of Interstate 25 along the banks of the Powder River. Here in “The Biggest Little Town in Johnson County,” you will find yourself surrounded by the history of the Old West, Indian battles, pioneer ranches, settler’s homesteads, outlaw hideouts and rustler’s ranges. Kaycee’s Harold Jarrard Park is the home of many popular rodeo and agricultural events each year
In Kaycee, you will enjoy a true Old West atmosphere, home of Wyoming’s infamous outlaws. Southwest of Kaycee is the famous “Hole in the Wall” County and Outlaw Cave, the hideouts of the legendary Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and the rest of the Hole in the Wall gang. Kaycee was also an important site of the Johnson County War, one of the most significant events in Old West history.
Old West traditions are kept alive, which you can see with the cattle and sheep drives to the mountain in the spring, and back again in the fall — the same old stock trails used decades ago. The Chris LeDoux Memorial Park in downtown Kaycee features a larger than life bronze of Chris making his World Championship bronc ride on ‘Stormy Weather’.
The views In Kaycee are expansive and beautiful and the folks who live here are about as friendly as you’ll ever meet! It boasts itself as a true wild-west town, complete with characters that seem right out of the 1800’s.
For more information, visit the Town of Kaycee website.