Your best shot at epic production value.
The Cowboy State has thousands of usable locations and hundreds of unique looks. From farmland and prairies to mountains and canyons, Wyoming has great locations and features for just about any production. Whether you need a ghost town or a crowded bar, a pristine performance road for your next car commercial or a ranch that is chock-full of western appeal, we have some of the best in the world. Scroll through the album below for examples of just how versatile our locations can be. When you are ready, use the form at the bottom of this page to contact us to personally assist you in finding the perfect Wyoming location for your next production.
Wyoming is an outdoor recreation paradise. From skiing to mountain biking and snowmobiling to hot air ballooning, this is the perfect place to capture action.
Wyoming's rich western history is alive and well within the many farms and dude-ranches across the state. Many feature rolling prairies, mountain streams, and rich wooded areas. Did we mention the cattle (or bison)? In a state where livestock outnumber people, you will have plenty.
Wyoming has many charming townscapes. Many Wyoming cities have been designated "Main-street USA" communities.
There is no shortage of unique accomodations within the state. Your next production could be set within a 150-year-old estate home or even a castle! (That's right: A CASTLE.)
Wyoming's byways and backways are the perfect performance roads for vehicle commercial production or epic driving scenes. Some highways, like US 14A between Lovell and Burgess Junction, feature high-elevations and panoramic views. Highways like the Chief-Joseph Highway feature picturesque scenery, highway overlooks, and winding curves.
Is your production looking for a unique, possibly mysterious look? Wyoming has what you are looking for! From mining towns that went bust, like Jeffrey City and Sunrise, to old-western towns of yesterday, we can offer that look (and we'll throw in the dust for free)!