The county was created in 1911 and named for David H. Moffat, a Colorado railroad tycoon who died that same year. Portions of Dinosaur National Monument are found in Moffat County, although the Utah side of the park has custody of the fossil remains.
Visit the Moffat County Government website.
- Carbon, WY – north
- Daggett, UT – west
- Rio Blanco – south
- Routt – east
- Sweetwater, WY – north
- Uintah, UT – west
- May – Grand Old West Days in Craig
Stargazing at Dinosaur National Monument | A Look Back in Time – Long before miners and railroad workers made a home for themselves in Colorado, dinosaurs roamed the land – hundreds of millions of years ago and evidence of this can be seen at Dinosaur…
Top 6 Cool Hotels in Craig – Craig may be just a small town with less than 10,000 people, but there’s a magic in this part of the Moffat County. Situated an hour west of Steamboat Springs, Craig attracts adventurers and outdoorsmen, with ample top hotels to…