Clubs and Organizations

Friends of Bighorn Lake
223 Hwy 32, Lovell, WY
82431
The FOBHL are incorporated in Wyoming (August 2006) as a nonprofit corporation. The organization is organized exclusively for charitable, educational or scientific purposes. The mission of the Friends of Bighorn Lake is to build on the recreational, economic and environmental opportunities of Bighorn Lake.

“The mission of the Friends of Bighorn Lake is to build on the recreational, economic and environmental opportunities of Bighorn Lake”

http://www.bighornlake.com
307-272-4777
142 East 3rd Street, Lovell, WY
Our Mission is to promote economic development in the Lovell community and environs, specifically designed to increase employment, payroll, business volume and corresponding factors.

Our Purpose
“We actively work with existing business entities.
We believe in cultivating and encouraging the power of new entrepreneurs.
We search out business ventures that would be compatible with and viable in our marketplace”
 

http:/www.lovellinc.org
307-548-6707
Lovell-Kane Area Museum
287 E Main
Lovell, WY
82431
Including the history of Cowley, Deaver, Frannie, Lovell, Kane.

The Lovell-Kane Area Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage of the towns of Lovell and Kane, Wyoming and surrounding areas.
 

The Lovell-Kane Area Museum is a nonprofit museum whose mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the Lovell-Kane Area; ( including Kane, Dryhead, Hillsboro, Himes, Spence, and Iona (1880-1965)), and to increase awareness and knowledge of the people, and the historical and cultural development of the area.

http://www.lovell-kanemuseum.org/
307 548-7212
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1106 Road 12, Lovell, WY
82431
Wild Horses, Pryor Mountain Wild Mustangs: Wild Mustangs still roam freely in the Pryor Mountains outside Lovell, Wyoming. This herd of about 180 horses (including foals) is unique because of its Colonial Spanish-American heritage.

” Wild horses still roam freely in the Pryor Mountains outside of Lovell, Wyoming. This herd of horses is very special because of its Colonial Spanish American heritage. This tough little horse, derived from the horses of Portugal and Spain, has been present in this rugged mountain area for nearly 200 years. If lost, the herd cannot be restored; and so its biological viability, together with its history, must be preserved.
It is the purpose of the PRYOR MOUNTAIN WILD MUSTANG CENTER to do just that. The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center is a public, nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational institution, unique in purpose and location. The Center is working towards becoming the foremost wild horse educational institution in the world. Your donations can help!”
 

http://www.pryormustangs.org/
307-548-9453