Apartments for Rent in Wyoming
Wyoming is a western state with a population of just 577, 737 people. It's known for its wilderness and recreation areas, including the Grand Teton National Park. Cheyenne is the state capital and the largest city. The second largest city is Casper.
Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Wyoming
Average Monthly Rent in Casper
Living in Wyoming
From adventures in Casper to mountain peaks in Teton Village to the State Capitol building in Cheyenne, you'll find a wide variety of interesting attractions throughout the state of Wyoming. The hardest part will be deciding which city is most attractive to you.
Caspar: An Outdoor Enthusiast's Paradise
No matter what your idea of adventure is, you are bound to find outdoor recreation to suit your desires within a short distance in Casper, Wyoming. You can go rock climbing at Fremont Canyon, ride a snowmobile up and down Casper Mountain and play 18 holes of golf at the Three Crowns Golf Course. You'll find many other choices for outdoor activities as well, such as hiking, biking, golfing, hunting, sailing, rock climbing, whitewater kayaking and more. Outdoor adventure isn't the only reason to leave the house. You can visit the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center to learn about the western pioneers who traveled through the area, and the whole family will enjoy spending time at the Casper Planetarium. Or, you can visit any of the more than 20 other museums in the area that suit your interests, such as Fort Caspar, Salt Creek Oil Field Museum and the Nicolaysen Art Museum.
Quick Access to National Parks from Teton VIllage
If you or someone in your family likes to ski, consider living in or near Teton Village, Wyoming. It's located at the foothills of Rendezvous Peak, which is the largest vertical rise in America to the delight of many skiers. A Teton Village apartment will also place you just 12 miles from Jackson Hole, one of the most challenging, beautiful and exciting ski areas in the country. Living in Teton Village can be just as much fun during warmer months, especially if you enjoy horseback riding, hiking and swimming, and Grand Teton National Park showcases spectacular views of mountains, lakes and wildlife. Drive about an hour and a half north, and you'll be in the amazing Yellowstone National Park. Of course, you can also browse specialty shops, dine at unique, local restaurants and attend fun festivals in town throughout the year.
Western Frontier History in Cheyenne
In Southeast Wyoming and you'll find Cheyenne, the capital city of Wyoming. In addition to the Wyoming State Capitol Building, there are many historic landmarks and attractions in Cheyenne, most of which focus on the area's western frontier times. Take visiting friends and family to see the Big Boy Steam Engine (the oldest steam locomotive in the world), the historic Union Pacific Depot, the historic Governor's Mansion, the Tivoli Building and more. Museums, rodeos, historic buildings and local traditions keep the Wild West alive in Cheyenne. But don't worry; Cheyenne has modern amenities and conveniences as well, such as shopping, dining, recreation, nightlife, sports and more. If you're looking for a long-term western adventure, you'll find it when you rent an apartment in Wyoming.