The Town of Basin was founded in 1896 by Winfield Collins and named for the Bighorn Basin. In 1897, it became the county seat, following a raging fight for that designation between Otto, Basin and Cody. Basin was known as Basin City until it was incorporated in 1902 and City was dropped from the name. Basin is often called the "Lilac City" and hosts an annual Lilac Days Celebration in June and is the host for the Big Horn County Fair each August.
Town of Basin
Basin Chamber of Commerce
Town of Greybull
Greybull Chamber of Commerce
Hiking in the Bighorn National Forest
Hiking Cloud Peak
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