Despite its geographic size, Wyoming is the least populated state in the US. Which means that most, if not all, of its towns could be considered small. This makes it the perfect escape. Leave the crowds behind and take in America’s heartland.
With the Rocky Mountains on its western side and the unbelievable High Plains to the east, Wyoming is a gorgeous place. Part of Yellowstone national park is there, as well as Devils Tower National Monument, and Grand Teton. It’s the perfect place to re-connect with nature and the grand American wilderness.
Lets have a look at the best small towns to visit in Wyoming:
In the centre of Wyoming, on the upper plains of the Rockies is Lander. The incredibly lucky population of 8000 has America’s most spectacular mountain range as their backyard.
Visiting Lander means visiting local breweries, jam sessions at a local pub, and every outdoor adventure you could want. It’s most popular time of year is during the three-day International Climber’s Festival.
Drawing climbers from all over the globe, the town offers free camping and plenty of fun. Don’t forget to visit one of the many dude ranches, they year-round Pioneer Days Rodeo (the world’s oldest paid rodeo), and the state fair – held each winter! Sinks Canyon State Park is also nearby.