If you are looking for rugged, beautiful scenery, natural resources and modern comforts, look no further than Campbell County. Located in the scenic and picturesque northeast corner of Wyoming, Campbell County is a short distance from the Black Hills to the east and the Big Horn Mountains to the west. The county, which is situated in the Powder River Basin of northeast Wyoming, is known as the “Energy Capital” of the United States. The Powder River Basin produces over 40 percent of the nation’s coal and is the largest supplier in the United States. It is also a major producer of oil, natural gas, and uranium.