Wyoming’s Most Under-Rated Towns
For the half million people that call Wyoming home, we know it's a great place. Wide open, rugged, secluded, and beautiful.
For those of us in Wyoming's "cities," it can be hard to remember sometimes that there are so many amazing small towns. Here's my top 5 most under-rated communities in Wyoming.
To Do - Play in the Big Horn Mountains or attend a nightly rodeo.
Must see - Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Where to eat - The Cody Cattle Company & Rocky Mountain Mojoe
Where to stay - Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel
To Do - Crook County Museum, Warren Peak Lookout Tower hike
Must see - Devil's Tower Loop
Where to eat - Higbee's Cafe, Maw & Paw Bar-B-Q
Where to stay - Bear Lodge Motel
To Do - U.S. Highway 16, Lake DeSmet
Must See - Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum
Where to eat - The Fix & Sagewood Cafe
Where to stay - The Historic Occidental Hotel
To Do - Fremont County Pioneer Museum, Museum Of The American West.
Must See - Sinks Canyon State Park
Where to eat - Gannett Grill & Middle Fork
Where to stay - The Inn at Lander
To Do: Star Valley Chocolates, World's Largest Elkhorn Arch, The Tetons
Must see: World's largest intermitten spring
Where to eat: Rocky Mountain Sea Food & Red Baron Drive-In
Where to stay: Lazy-B Motel