About Wyoming Map: The above map of Wyoming shows the Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Utah surrounding this landlocked state in the US. The map of the 10th largest US state depicts state highways, interstate highways, and US Federal highways. It also shows airports, railway network, national parks, lakes, and rivers. Cheyenne, the state capital in south Wyoming, and other important cities such as Casper, Gillette, and Laramie are depicted on the map. This Wyoming map shows popular tourists attractions such as Mystic Falls and Devil's Tower National Monument.
Home to several Native American tribes, Wyoming was once a part of the Spanish Empire and subsequently
Wyoming has a special place in the civil-rights history of the United States and is popularly known as the ‘Equality State’.
Wyoming has two distinctive geographical features: Eastern Rocky Mountains to its west and High Plains, which is a sub-region of the Great Plains of America, to its east. The Continental Divide cuts across the central portion of the state. Another important feature is the Great Divide Basin which is a well-known endorheic basin. The Yellowstone River and the Snake River are some of the important rivers of this area.
Wyoming has a mix of continental and semi-arid climate with warm summer and cold winter. The state is also vulnerable to thunderstorms and tornado activity.
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Known for its Western landscape, Wyoming offers its visitors a vast array of attractions to choose from. Some important places of tourist interest in the state are:
Central Wyoming: Important places to visit in Central Wyoming are the Ayer’s Natural Bridge in Douglas, Casper city, Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Hawk Springs Recreation Area, the cowboy town of Lagrange, the Salt Creek Museum in Midwest, the historic gold mining town of South Pass City and the Oregon Trail Ruts National Historic Landmark in Wheatland, where the actual wagon ruts from the days of the Oregon Trail can be seen.
North East Wyoming: Important tourist destinations include the Devils Tower National Monument, Black Hills National Forest, the cowboy town of Buffalo, the coal mines of Gillette, Big Horn Mountain Range, the city of Sheridan and the Thunder Basin National Grassland.
Northwest Wyoming: The main attraction of this region is the Yellowstone National Park, famous for its many geothermal features, including the Old Faithful Geyser. The Grand Teton National Park, the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Jackson Hole, Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis, and the Wind River Canyon are some other important tourist attractions of this region.
Southeast Wyoming: Known for its mountain ranges and prairies, some popular tourist destinations of this region include the capital city of Cheyenne, the historic Centennial city, Flaming George National Recreation Area, Great Encampment Museum, the Hot Springs of Saratoga and the Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum in Rawlins.
Southwest Wyoming: This region is famous for the Fossil Butte National Monument, Fort Bridger, Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Loop, Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge, and White Mountain Petroglyphs.
Map of Cities in Wyoming
|Cheyenne Map||Casper Map||Laramie Map|
|Gillette Map||Rock Springs Map||Sheridan Map|
|Green River Map||Evanston Map||Riverton Map|
|Jackson Map||Cody Map||Rawlins Map|
Map of Wyoming Counties
|Albany county Map||Big Horn county Map||Campbell county Map|
|Carbon county Map||Converse county Map||Crook county Map|
|Fremont county Map||Goshen county Map||Hot Springs county Map|
|Johnson county Map||Laramie county Map||Lincoln county Map|
Last Updated On : August 22, 2016
Official Name Wyoming
Area97,814 sq mi (253,348 km2)
Population584,153 (2014 estimate)
Time ZoneMountain: UTC -7/-6
U.S. SenatorJohn Barrasso, Mike Enzi
Joined the UnionJuly 10, 1890
NicknameCowboy State, Big Wyoming, Equality State
Highest PointGannett Peak
Lowest PointBelle Fourche River at South Dakota border