Wyoming: Map, Largest Cities & What to See

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Wyoming is a state in the western United States. It is the least populous of the 50 states, and once upon a time its population was almost entirely made up of Indians. Two-thirds of Wyoming’s surface is covered by mountains and plateaus at the base of the Rocky Mountains.

Wyoming: Map, Largest Cities & What to See

Map of Wyoming / Where is Wyoming?

Table of Contents
  1. Basic Information About Wyoming
  2. What to See in the State of Wyoming
  3. Fun Facts about Wyoming
  4. Wyoming Weather
  5. Largest Cities in Wyoming
  6. Food Prices in Wyoming
  7. State Symbols of Wyoming

Basic Information About Wyoming

What to See in the State of Wyoming

  1. Grand Teton National Park
  2. Yellowstone National Park
  3. Buffalo Bill Center of the West Museum in Cody
  4. Devil’s Tower National Monument
  5. Lake Jenny Lake
  6. Hot Springs State Park
  7. Bridger-Teton National Forest
  8. Bighorn National Forest
  9. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
  10. Fort Laramie National Historic Site

For tips on other sights and places of interest in Wyoming, post in the discussion.

Fun Facts about Wyoming

Date of Wyoming’s entry into the Union

10. July 1890 (44th in order)

State nickname Wyoming

Equality State

The Highest Mountain in Wyoming

Gannett Peak (4,209 metres)

Rivers in Wyoming

  1. Snake River (1,735 km)
  2. Green River (1,170 km)
  3. North Platte River (1,152 km)
  4. Yellowstone River (1 114 km)
  5. Niobrara River (914 km)

Airports in Wyoming

  1. Jackson Hole Airport
  2. Casper-Natrona County International Airport
  3. Gillette-Campbell County Airport
  4. Cody-Yellowstone Regional Airport
  5. Rock Springs – Sweetwater County Airport

Wyoming Sports Teams

  • NFL (American football): no team
  • MLB (baseball): no team
  • MLS (football): no team
  • NHL (ice hockey): no team
  • NBA (basketball): no team

Universities in Wyoming

  • University of Wyoming

ZIP Codes

82001-83128

Wyoming Weather | Wyoming Average Temperatures | Wyoming Average Precipitation

Wyoming Weather

Summers in Wyoming tend to be hot, with temperatures ranging between 29 and 34 °C in most areas, dropping to 21 °C in the higher elevations. Summer nights are characterized by a sharp cool down, with temperatures dropping by about half.

Winters tend to be cool with temperatures hovering around zero with occasional lows as low as -10 °C. Wyoming is not very rainy compared to other states, but it does have above average winds. Particularly in late spring and early summer, thunderstorms are common in Wyoming, and tornadoes frequently hit the southeastern part of the state.

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Largest Cities in Wyoming

# City Population Map
1 Cheyenne 59,466 Show on Map
2 Casper 55,316 Show on Map
3 Laramie 30,816 Show on Map
4 Gillette 29,087 Show on Map
5 Rock Springs 23,036 Show on Map
6 Sheridan 17,444 Show on Map
7 Green River 12,515 Show on Map
8 Evanston 12,359 Show on Map
9 Riverton 10,615 Show on Map
10 Jackson 9,577 Show on Map

Food Prices in Wyoming

  • McDonalds Restaurant McMeal prices: $8.00
  • Restaurant draft beer (0.5L): $3.50
  • Cappuccino in restaurant: $5.06
  • Coca-Cola in restaurant (0.33 l): $2.31
  • Milk (1 l): $0.71
  • Bread (500 g): $2.07
  • Rice (1 kg): $4.41
  • Egg (12 pcs): $2.17
  • Cheese (1 kg): $11.57
  • Boneless chicken breast (1 kg): $7.33
  • Beef Loin (1 kg): $12.99
  • Apples (1 kg): $5.50
  • Bananas (1 kg): $1.67
  • Oranges (1 kg): $4.68
  • Tomatoes (1 kg): $4.91
  • Potatoes (1 kg): $3.65
  • Water (1.5 l bottle): $2.00
  • Bottle beer (0.5 l bottle): $1.25
  • Pack of Marlboro cigarettes: $5.65

Grocery prices in Cheyenne effective January 2021. Take these as a guide, prices vary from store to store. Tax is included in the price.

Wyoming Flag | Wyoming State Emblem

State Symbols of Wyoming

  • Dinosaur: triceratops
  • Gemstone: jade
  • Fossil: knightia
  • Flower: rockrose
  • Song: Wyoming
  • Plaza: pillar
  • Bird: Western Wolfhound
  • Fish: Yellowthroat Trout
  • Mammal: American bison
  • Sport: rodeo
  • Tree: American pole

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