Wyoming, USA Travel Guide
Wyoming, View of Devils Tower, Wyoming
Author: Jeff Fennell (Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic)
Principal Cities of Wyoming
- Cheyenne (58,000)
Capital and largest city in Wyoming.
- Buffalo (4,000)
Major producer of methane from coal bed extraction.
- Casper (54,000)
Second largest city in Wyoming.
- Gillette (29,000)
City that produces coal, oil and coal bed methane gas.
- Jackson (8,600)
Town in Jackson Hole valley, Teton County.
- Laramie (27,000)
County seat of Albany County.
- Rawlins (8,500)
City in Carbon County.
- Rock Springs (19,000)
Former coal mining town in Sweetwater County.
- Sheridan (16,000)
County seat of Sheridan County.
Places of Interest in Wyoming
These are arranged in alphabetical order
- Bighorn Mountains
- Jackson Hole
- Opal Pool
National Parks of Wyoming
- Grand Teton National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Wyoming
- Yellowstone National Park (1978)
National Monuments in Wyoming
- Devils Tower National Monument
- Fossil Butte National Monument