Rawlins (pop. 8,500) is a small town off I-80 in southwestern Wyoming. Situated at the eastern end of a long stretch of mostly unpopulated desert, Rawlins is a common rest stop for road travellers looking for services such as food and gasoline.
Originally a Wild West railroad town, the area around Rawlins today is a center for agriculture, cattle and sheep ranching, and the oil industry.
Rawlins is 150 miles west of Cheyenne and 110 miles east of Rock Springs. For more information on Rawlins, select an area of interest from the links on the left.