My goal is to see as much of the beautiful, interesting, visually stimulating,  "how on earth did that happen" sights in Wyoming. Hopefully I have enough years in me to get to as many as I can.

Even though less than 600,000 people call Wyoming home, the state is the 9th largest in the United States and a nature lovers dream. You'll see everything from Mountains, Basins, Plains and Canyons. Wildlife like Elk, Deer, Moose, Antelope, Big Horn Sheep, Grizzly & Black Bears and Wild Horses still roam parts of the state. 2/3 of the worlds Geysers are in Wyoming. Miles and Miles of streams & rivers and over 4,000 lakes for fishing, swimming and other water activities.

Tourism is a very important part to the state of Wyoming's survival. As a matter of fact, tourism is the #2 money making industry in the entre state of Wyoming. 2019 was a great year for tourism in Wyoming, the state had a 3.5% increase of income from tourists raking in $3.9 Billion. With much of the country shutdown in 2020, travel throughout the country dropped 35%, but Wyoming only 23%. Even with the crappy year for many, visitors to Wyoming spent over $3.1 BILLION dollars.  Without the incredible options for travel and those tourist that want to see them, each household here would pay nearly $700 more in taxes.

Not every state has 30 visually appealing attractions, Wyoming actually has more than that, we have just put together the list of the 30 top suggested MUST see places, attractions and interesting locations in the Cowboy State.

30 Wyoming Attractions To Visit

Wyoming A to Z

Wyoming's 10 Largest Cities

Wyoming has 10 cities with a population over 10,000...Here they are and what they're best known for.

Top 40 Restaurants Casper Wants Right Now

More From Y95 Country