Gillette, the Energy Capital of the nation, is home to big industries and entrepreneurs, here for the area's rich supply of natural resources and to serve the workforce that has grown around it. An active city with a recreation center, hunting and fishing, and popular rodeo events, Gillette was named one of Livability.com's Top 10 Manliest Cities. The CAM-PLEX event center includes an NHL-sized ice rink and motocross facilities. Gillette is also just a short drive away from two national treasures – Mount Rushmore and Devil's Tower.
In Gillette, Wyo., the energy sector is responding to price drops using innovation to produce usable fossil fuels faster, cheaper and cleaner than ever before.
Gillette moms discuss their favorite places for family fun.
Gillette is the Rodeo Capital of Wyoming with the CAMP-LEX hosting many rodeo events for kids and adults.
Famous monuments, historic sites like Devil's Tower and Mt. Rushmore are within hours of Gillette, WY.
Gillette, WY known as the Energy Capital of the Nation, is rich not only in natural resources, but also in job opportunities.
Gillette, WY City Profile
Gillette, WY Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||70.3|
|Age 21 Over||65.7|
|Age 62 Over||8.2|
|Age 65 Over||6.2|
|Median Household Income||74165|
|Median Home Price||208400|
|Median Property Rent||935|
Here, things are low-key and friendly, with people waving to you as you drive down the highway. It's the way life is meant to be.
|Worked at Home||2|