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About Wyoming

The Cowboy state encompasses 62.6 million acres, just over 97,914 square miles. Located in the western region of the United States, neighboring states include Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho.
Wyoming’s name derives from a contraction of the Native American word “mecheweamiing,” meaning “at the big plains.” Wyoming became the 44th state of the union in 1890.
It’s nicknamed the “Cowboy State” in honor of the many ranches throughout the state and the state symbol depicting a cowboy on a bucking bronco. The state flower is the Wyoming Indian Paintbrush, and the state bird is the Western Meadowlark.
The state is made up of 23 counties. Cheyenne is the capital and the largest city. Casper, in the east central region, is the second largest city.

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Fremont County, WY
An angler's delight on 5.66 unrestricted acres w/approximately 580' of PRIME Wind River frontage offering world class fishing.  Anglers who've fished the world claim this as their favorite and BEST fishing spot!  Catch record browns, cutthr...
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Fremont County, WY
This quaint, creekside log cabin offers 1 bedroom & 1 bath & is sure to be your perfect vacation home.  Located on Horse Creek you're sure to enjoy the sounds from your hammock under the trees.  Fish for dinner or take an easy walk ...
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Regions

Wyoming has six major land regions: the Black Hills; the Great Plains; the Southern, Middle, and Northern Rocky Mountains; and the Wyoming Basin.

Agriculture

Agriculture continues to be a top industry for the Cowboy State, generating $2 billion in revenues. There are approximately 11,900 farms in Wyoming, covering 29 million acres. The average size farm comprises 2,437 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 23 counties.
Wyoming’s most valuable crops are hay and corn. The state also grows substantial quantities of barley, wheat, and sugarbeets. Most of the cropland is found in the Great Plains region of the state.

Wildlife

Wyoming’s diverse landscape and vast, open spaces make it a wildlife mecca for land animals and fisheries. Popular wildlife include bison, elk, moose, deer, pronghorn antelope, mountain lions, wolves, grizzly bears, black bears, wild horses, and bald eagles. Diverse fishing opportunities across the state include rainbow trout, brook trout, burbot, largemouth bass, salmon, sauger, and walleye.
Wyoming is committed to creating opportunities for renewable energy and conserving its land, waters, and wildlife from the threats of climate change and habitat loss.

Major Rivers and Lakes

Wyoming’s longest rivers are the Snake River, Green River, and North Platte River. Their main tributaries include the Payette River, Boise River, Weiser River, Owyhee River, and Powder River.
Yellowstone Lake, the largest lake in Wyoming, has over 141 tributaries but only one river, the Yellowstone River. The surface area of this lake is approximately 87,040 acres (136 square miles). Other significant lakes include Flaming Gorge Reservoir and Jackson Lake, which exceed 67,564 surface area acres.

State and National Parks

Wyoming has 12 state parks and 7 national parks.

National Parks:

  • Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
  • Devils Tower National Monument
  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site
  • Fossil Butte National Monument
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway
  • Yellowstone National Park

  • State Summary
    Nickname The Cowboy State
    Neighboring States Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho
    Regions Black Hills, Great Plains, Rocky Mountains, and Wyoming Basin
    State Flower Wyoming Indian Paintbrush
    State Bird Western Meadowlark
    Big Game Antelope, white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, bighorn sheep, moose, and mountain goats
    Small Game Cottontail rabbits, snowshoe hares, and red, gray, and fox squirrels
    Freshwater Fish Rainbow trout, brook trout, burbot, largemouth bass, and sauger
    Saltwater Fish N/A
    Hunting Information https://wgfd.wyo.gov/hunting
    Total Acreage 62.6 million acres
    Total Public Land Acreage 3.05 million acres
    Average Annual Rainfall 14.5 inches
    Farmland by Acreage 29 million acres
    Woodlands by Acreage 10.5 million acres
    Coastline N/A
    Conservation Program https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/wy/programs/
    Primary Crops Hay and Corn
    Largest Lake Yellowstone Lake
    Other Lakes Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Jackson Lake, and Glendo Reservoir
    Major Rivers Snake River, Green River, and North Platte River
    Other Tributaries Payette River, Boise River, Weiser River, Owyhee River, and Powder River

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    Mossy Oak Properties Wyoming began with the goal of becoming a trusted resource for folks looking to buy or sell rural land for sale in Wyoming. Our land brokers and agents understand what people are looking for in rural property because we share the same lifestyle and love for the land as you do. We understand the importance of honor and integrity and that buying or selling land is an emotional and life-changing experience for consumers.
    Only Mossy Oak Properties Wyoming can provide the powerful combination of brand strength, local expertise, quality service, and national exposure. Whether you want to buy or sell rural real estate, a Mossy Oak Properties land specialist is a must-have on your team.

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