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The Powder Horn Golf Community is nestled against the base of the Bighorn Mountains 6 miles south of Sheridan, Wyoming. The first home site was sold in 1995 and in 1997 the Powder Horn Golf Course opened for play. Today over 200 homes and 27 holes of championship golf are located on 940 acres of the historic Powder Horn Ranch.  The Community is goverened by the Powder Horn HOA Board of Directors, and is subject to the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for the Powder Horn, the "Covenants".  Covenant enforcement and Common Property maintenance are overseen by the Powder Horn Homeowners Association.  The golf course, club house, pool and fitness complex, and the tennis facility are part of the Powder Horn Golf Club and are not administered by the Powder Horn HOA.
The Powder Horn Golf Course, now a private club, is managed by the TROON Prive'. Powder Horn HOA members may join the Powder Horn Golf Club which features a 27 hole golf course - rated #1 in Wyoming, private fitness, tennis and pool complex. Please contact Robert Kearney, General Manager, at (307)673-4800 for more information on club membership opportunities. 
Powder Horn HOA members have access to fishing on the two Powder Horn ponds, and on Little Goose Creek which flows through the
development. Fishing is catch and release, and requires a valid Wyoming fishing license. Little Goose Creek is a trout fishery, while bass, perch, crappie and several species of trout are found in the ponds.
The Sheridan area has many attractions related to the early days of the American West. The Fetterman Battle, Wagon Box Fight, and old Ft Kearney are a short drive from Sheridan near the town of Story, and The Little Big Horn Battlefield and the Rosebud Battlefield are one hour north in Montana. The historic Sheridan Inn once hosted Buffalo Bill Cody who would sit on the veranda to audition acts for his Wild West Show.  
From the first week in June through Labor Day, Polo comes to Sheridan. The Powder Horn is just down the road from the Big Horn Polo Fields. Typically, several highly ranked international players participate in Sheridan summer polo.  Amateur and High Goal polo entertain spectators who can drive to the edge of the field and enjoy socializing and cheering the players.  
We're fortunate to have The Big Horn Mountains just outside our back door; they offer many opportunties for outdoor enjoyment for Powder Horn residents. Hunting and fishing, ATV and snowmobiling adventures, and hiking and camping are all popular activities.  Guest Ranches such as Eaton's Ranch and the HF Bar attract visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy time in the mountains.