Wheatland Farmers' Market
Wheatland, largest town in Platte County, provides easy access to scenic and recreational areas. Set amid farms and ranches that are irrigated by the largest privately owned irrigation system in the United States, the town has a nine-hole public golf course, city parks with a free camping area, a swimming pool and tennis courts, Laramie Peak Museum, library, bowling alley, movie theater and fairgrounds. Before a modern water system was developed in Wheatland, water was brought to each home by ditches which ran down each street from Canal No. 2 to irrigate lawns and gardens and to furnish water for homes. Wheatland still has many remains of the In-town irrigation system that made all the old trees in Wheatland. Wheatland was incorporated in 1905, and became the county seat of Platte County in 1911.
Location And Schedule:
713 9th, wheatland, WY 82201
July - September Saturday 8:00 am to 10:30 am