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Situated in North Central Wyoming at the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, Sheridan is the ideal location to establish a day or a lifetime of memories. From museums, historical battlegrounds and art galleries, to rodeos and polo, Sheridan has a spot for you. Sheridan County has a population of 26,560 with the majority of the population, 15,804, living in Historic Sheridan, Wyoming.


The area's abundant wildlife creates a perfect backdrop for hiking, camping, fishing, mountain biking, skiing and snowmobiling. Prefer a scenic view? Try hang gliding from Sand Turn on Highway 14, your gateway to Yellowstone and Teton National Parks. If you would rather enjoy the tranquility, take a cool dip in the city pool while watching the live elk and buffalo in Sheridan's Kendrick Park situated below the beautiful Kendrick Mansion or walk along one of the community pathways along Goose Creek within the city of Sheridan. Golf anyone? Sheridan is also the golf capital of Wyoming, boasting four courses within a 35 mile radius.


Sheridan OFFICE


400 Coffeen Avenue

Sheridan, WY 82801

307.675.1015 - P

307.675.1016 - F


Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

Also by Appointment


SHERIDAN OFFICE STAFF:

Helen Armstrong -helena@burnsia.com

Trudy Godwin - trudyg@burnsia.com

 Sandy Eisenman - sandye@burnsia.com



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The Sheridan Office is eager to find you the best protection for the best coverage. With three licensed agents at this location - we can find you the policy you are looking for and save you some money along the way! 

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