Here in Wyoming, every town is a small town, at least by national standards. A lot of folks in the Cowboy State wouldn't consider Cody a "small town". With an estimated population just under 10,000, it's the tenth largest city in the state.

Cody is also the "Most Beautiful Small Town" in Wyoming, according to a new MSN list. The article cited Cody's proximity to Yellowstone National Park, the only Night Rodeo in the country, the Old Trail Town, historic saloons, and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.

Cody was also named in Culture Trip's recent list of the "10 Most Beautiful Towns in Wyoming", along with Buffalo, Dubois, Jackson, Lander, Pinedale, Powell, Sheridan, Ten Sleep, and Thermopolis. In 2017, another travel site crowned Centennial as the "Best Small Town To Visit" in Wyoming.

Which begs the question, what is the most charming small town in the Cowboy State? Tell us what you think.