Johnson County Tourism Association P. O. Box 152Buffalo, WY 82834United StatesWebsite(307) 684-5544Email Get Directions Select a CategoryServicesPlaces to StayShoppingSports & RecreationEducationActivitiesAttractionsArts & EntertainmentParks & NaturePlaces to EatOutdoor ActivitiesGuides & OutfittersTravel Resources Show Nearby Details WrapperDescriptionDescription Johnson County is tucked away between the rolling plains of the Old West and the towering peaks of the Big Horn Mountains. It’s a land rich in both history and scenery. A place of sheep herders and cattle barons. Renegades and rustlers. Where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid took refuge after their outlaw exploits. Where miners consumed with gold rush fever passed through on the Bozeman Trail. Where some of the most famous Indian battles in American history occurred. And where the Johnson County Cattle War, a rangeland dispute which historians often deem one of the most notorious events in our history, left it s mark here in the late 1800’s. Whether its beautiful scenery, wide open spaces, great outdoor recreation, or getting a sense of our history through great museums, Johnson County is a place you’ll love to visit. You’ll enjoy the Western hospitality of a wide variety of restaurants, in addition to shops and art galleries, plus a selection of hotels, motels, campgrounds, guest ranches and mountain lodges. There’s something for everyone in Johnson County! Related Content Grand Teton National Park Simple Snowy Range Kayaking What’s Your Snowmobiling Personality?