The Lander Chamber of Commerce does all the things one business cannot do or afford to do individually. It provides the organizational structure to more effectively build a better Lander and improve the opportunities for business in our community. We promote and support total community and business development by enhancing the area economy and quality of life.


Get ready for 700+ visitors to come to Lander tomorrow and Thursday!

(Lander, Wyo.) – This Wednesday and Thursday, Lander welcomes more than 700 visitors from Cycle Greater Yellowstone as they explore the greater Yellowstone ecosystem via a multi-day bicycle tour!photos_overview_2014_p100
Stop by City Park starting at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday to cheer for riders as they roll into town! Stay for an evening of entertainment and fun as you enjoy drinks from the beer and wine garden (cash bar) and for the Shoshone Eagle Spirit Dancers’ last performance of the summer at 7:00 p.m.

CGY_map_2014 TETON 2On Thursday, Aug 21st, the cyclists will enjoy a layover day of recreation, shopping and dinning—prepare for the streets to be packed, local hotels are reporting that rooms are booked full!


Chamber completes donation pledge to new community center with $25k check

(Lander, Wyo.) – Last October, the Lander Area Chamber of Commerce committed to donating $50,000 to the construction of the Lander Community and Convention Center. At the time the Chamber Board presented the first of two $25,000 checks to the city. And earlier this week, the Chamber made good on their promise and presented the final $25,000 to the city council.


Lander Chamber of Commerce commits $50k to community center construction

(Lander, Wyo.) – The Lander Area Chamber of Commerce announced earlier this year that it is pledging $50,000 toward the construction of the new Lander community center. Chamber board members and City of Lander representatives gathered at Lander City Hall to make the pledge official. In exchange for the pledge, the Chamber obtains the naming rights to the reception area of the community center.

Wind River Country

Fairfield Fire not expected to impact local tourism; Only Sinks Canyon State Park is closed

Wyoming’s Wind River Country
(Lander, Wyo.) – There are several things that can impact tourism travel, and road construction and wildfires are two of the biggies. Fortunately, there is no road construction in the area and, while the Fairfield Fire burning near Lander is an active wildfire, it is not impacting travel as it is off of the main travel routes.
wrvc125The Wind River Visitors Council Tuesday said the only visitors to be affected are those who were planning on camping in or visiting the Sinks Canyon State Park area 6 miles south of Lander or accessing the Middle Fork Trail at Bruce’s Bridge. The main highways, US 26, US 287, Wyoming 789 and Wyoming 28 are all open without restrictions and all local events are being held as planned.
Activities such as horseback trail riding in the Dubois area are readily available. (Wyoming's Wind River Country)

Wind River Country activities include horseback riding.