See our large Do-it yourself plumbing and electrical department. We are also a full service paint dealer, offering computer color matching from competitors’ color chips, fabric or siding samples.
Our Rental Equipment Deparment offers a wide variety – from lawn and garden equipment to carpet cleaners and Hilti fastening tools.
Visit our full service Lumber Yard and see our large inventory of building materials.
Our expert staff can help you with all your Hardware and Lumber needs!
OPPORTUNITY is knocking in Carbon County! The CCEDC is committed to assisting any new or existing business in finding opportunities of prosperity, and will partner with individuals, businesses, and governments — locally and throughout the region — to build capacity of the entrepreneurial spirit. Please have a look through our website for information about Carbon County and the State of Wyoming. We also invite you to become an investor in our “Moving Forward Together” initiative, our 5-year economic development program aimed at bringing in 200 new higher-paying jobs to Carbon County.
The Carbon Mercantile is a COMMUNITY OWNED clothing store, and has something to offer for your whole family! We carry many name brand such as:
Wrangler (Even Fire Resistant!),
Grace in L.A. Jeans,
and much more!!!
If you can’t find your size in Levi or Wrangler we would be happy to place a special order for you so your jeans fit just right!!!!
We also do Tuxedo Rentals so if your planning for that special day brides bring your grooms and groomsmen in!!! Girls bring your Prom and Fall Formal dates in as well they have ties and vests that will match your dresses to a T!!!!
In addition, The Merc is a pick up and drop off location for “Down To Earth” dry cleaners out of Laramie, Wyoming. Items are picked up on Wednesday, and returned on the following Wednesday. (Weather permitting)
For more information on dry cleaning, call (307) 745-3333
Please visit us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/carbonmerc?fref=ts
Family of Stores spans many states with store formats that include grocery and multi-department stores, discount, convenience stores and jewelry stores. We operate under nearly two dozen banners, all of which share the same belief in building strong local ties and brand loyalty with our customers. City Market, is our local hometown grocery store, with a full service deli, bakery, large selection of produce and pharmacy.
Welcome to Dallin Motors. Be sure to visit our virtual showroom of inventory available for purchase. There you will see detailed information about each vehicle, a picture gallery, as well as convenient ways to contact us for more information about that vehicle. We are located at 823 E Cedar St. and are available by phone at307-324-4525 . You can also get driving directions and hours of service from our user friendly website.
The Wyoming Frontier Prison includes guided tours through the Prison, the Wyoming Peace Officers’ Museum, a new exhibit on the current Wyoming State Penitentiary, and our own prison museum. The Old Pen Gift Shop is also on site along with the City of Rawlins walking path that will take you up to the old prison cemetery.
The Little Snake River Museum is home to over 15 historic buildings and countless exhibits depicting the rich history of this secluded ranching valley. Housing thousands of artifacts, photographs, and stories, the museum has pieced together many tales of a bygone era. People who have stayed and people who have moved on have all left their mark on this valley. Come spend a day at the museum exploring their stories and get a glimpse of how they lived.
On the road to nowhere, the Little Snake River Valley is one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets. Winding around ancient volcanic mountains and through lush pasture land, the Little Snake River flows westward into the drier lands of Browns Park, an area steeped in outlaw history. The valley’s rich resources have drawn a variety of residents over the years: native people, explorers, trappers, settlers, homesteaders, miners, stockmen, and outlaws—they have all called this valley home. Visit the Little Snake River Museum and find out why. It’s “worth the stop.”