Wyoming – Forever West. Low population, low crime rate, a stable economy, great locations, and outstanding natural features. Instead of spending several hours every day driving to work, we can spend several hours every day recreating instead. Tucked in between many different mountain ranges such as the Black Hills, Big Horn, Medicine Bow, Wind River, Owl Creek, Tetons, and the Absaroka Mountains (just to name a few), Wyoming offers opportunities for all types of outdoor recreation. Of course, when describing Wyoming, one cannot forget such legendary recreation and scenic areas in our backyard such as Devil’s Tower, Flaming Gorge, and Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

There’s hunting and fishing, hiking, biking, and rock climbing all within a few minutes drive of most cities and towns. You can boat on many stunning reservoirs, play a round of golf at any of several private or public courses, study Native American petroglyphs, or four-wheel drive across thousands of acres of state and federal lands.

Living In Wyoming