Located near the Big Horn Mountains in Sheridan, Wyoming, The Powder Horn has been featured among Where to Retire Magazine’s top master planned communities. Area ranchers and locals rub elbows with celebrities and big city dwellers seeking an escape. The Powder Horn features mountain views, creekside settings, and a casual yet luxury resort lifestyle.
Golf enthusiasts enjoy the private, Troon Prive’ managed, championship 27-hole golf course, which has received national awards including one of Golfweek's "Best Residential Golf Courses” and “Best Courses You Can Play.” The Clubhouse is a place for families and friends to gather, and has a pro shop, restaurant, bar, large patio with fire pit, and meeting space. Golf and social club memberships are available for special privileges and access to the locker rooms, fitness center, swimming pool and two tennis courts.
There are several residential choices, from custom homes and homesites to low-maintenance patio homes and cottages. The design of this master planned community is in balance with the natural landscape. Care has been taken to preserve areas of interest and thus earned The Powder Horn the status of being a designated National Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. Send me information now!
Acreage 900 acres (360 hectares)
Club Structure Non-Equity
Golf The private, championship 27-hole golf course featuring three distinct nines, two practice facilities, pro shop, and an active women's golf association
Clubhouse Full-service, elegant clubhouse with pro shop, restaurant, bar, patio with fire pit, and meeting rooms
Tennis Two courts with Nova Pro Bounce surface; active tennis community with social events and tournaments
Recreation Trout fishing, boating rivers and lakes, hiking or horseback riding through miles of trails; winter season brings snow skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling
Swimming & Fitness Lap pool, therapy spa, children's pool, and a snack grille; fitness center access with club membership
Location Situated between Yellowstone National Park and Mount Rushmore
Tax Benefits No Personal State Income Tax
Recognition Where to Retire Magazine's "Top 50 Master Planned Communities; Mountain Living Magazine's "Best Development in the High Country"; Travel & Leisure Golf's "America's Top 100 Golf Communities"; Designated National Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary
Lots For Sale Priced from $35,000 to $225,000
Homes For Sale Priced from $300,000 to $1.5 million