Housing for Seniors in Wyoming
Wyoming is the Cowboy State—and it tends to attract those with a wild streak who love wide-open spaces. It’s the least populated state in the country, with just over half a million residents spread out over a vast, varied terrain characterized by high plains, dramatic mountain ranges, and winding rivers. If you think you can handle it, Wyoming may be the perfect retirement state for you.
Wyoming’s climate is dry and windy, with cold winters and relatively mild summers. Residents take advantage of the warmer months to enjoy hiking, climbing, camping, and more in spectacular national parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton, river sports on the Platte, Wyoming, and Yellowstone Rivers, and skiing at one of Wyoming’s stunning resorts such as Jackson Hole.