Worland, Wyoming 52 Pictures: 1-20 , 20-40 , 40-52 Washakie County Museum & Cultural Center (2002-09-06) At 1115 Obie Sue Ave. in Worland, the museum preserves artifacts of local history, sponcers projects and hosts cultural events. City Park (2002-09-06) This park, between Obie Sue and Howell Ave, is across from the museum. It is furnished with play equipment for children and areas for picnics. Worland has several parks. City Park (2002-09-06) This park, between Obie Sue and Howell Ave, is across from the museum. It is furnished with play equipment for children and areas for picnics. Worland has several parks. 1014 Coburn Ave, Worland (2002-09-06) This historic home was originally owned by Dr. Paul & Ethlyn Read. In 1935 they moved their practice to Omaha, Nebraska. The home was next purchased by Henry & Marie Vallee who lived there until their deaths, 1979 & 1989 respectively. Washakie County Library (2002-09-06) Originally the building on this site was the Washakie County Hospital. When the new hospital was built, this building became a library. Over time, it has been remodeled to stay up to date. Irrigation canal (2002-09-06) Farmers in the Big Horn Basin depend on irrigation canals for sufficient water. This canal flows through town near city park and on two sides of the Middle School. City Park (2002-09-06) This view of city park shows the museum across the way. Middle School Football Field (2002-09-06) Across from the Middle School football field is one the grade schools. Middle School Football field (2002-09-06) Across from the Middle School football field is one of the towns grade schools. Middle School (2002-09-06) The original High School building was remodeled and expanded as Worland grew and prospered. It is now the Junior High or Middle School. Middle School (2002-09-06) Junior High or Middle School has grades 6 to 8 with about 406 students. Middle School (2002-09-06) Irrigation Canal (2002-09-06) The irrigation canal takes a turn at the Middle School and flows along two sides. High School (2002-09-06) The high school complex is large and modern. The school, grades 9 to 12, has about 560 students, High School (2002-09-06) The High School complex is large and modern. High School (2002-09-06) This picture shows the size of the High School complex. The stadium is out of sight to the left. High School (2002-09-06) Worland Health Care and Rehabilitation Center (2002-09-06) High School Stadium (2002-09-05) Law Enforcement Center (2002-09-05) The Washaskie County Law Enforcement Center. 52 Pictures: 1-20 , 20-40 , 40-52 Worland Wyoming Worland, Wyoming is a classic western town in the West Side of the Big Horn Mountains in central Wyoming. It is the county seat of Washakie County.