Welcome to Wyoming!
Wyoming has a relatively cool climate due to its elevation. It is known to have rapid changes in weather patterns through the fall, winter, and spring seasons, with frequent variations from cold to mild periods. The accumulation of snow in the high mountains allow for the snowmelt to provide ample quantities of water for irrigation of thousands of acres of land. This allows for its economy to be largely sustained by agriculture. Mining and petroleum production have caused an overall increase in population throughout the years and are both important factors in the state’s economy.
Come and live among the truly inspiring landscape of Wyoming – home of many Natural Wonders. From Yellowstone National Park, to Devil’s Tower, to Grand Teton National Park to Bridger-Teton Forest, you will be amazed at the majestic mountains, the wide-open grasslands, pristine lakes, and extraordinary wildlife beauty that will unfold along the way.
Major cities in Wyoming include Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, and Sheridan.