Wyoming is made up mostly of small towns. Most small towns are made up of a community that is just like one big family living in a low-key environment. Here are some small towns, out of many, in Wyoming that offer nothing but peace and quiet.
Newcastle is a quaint little town with a population of around 3,500 located in Weston County. The town is located along an isolated mountain ridge known as the Black Hills which is a great place to escape the craziness of life.
Glenrock is located in central Wyoming at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains along the Deer Creek Tributary System. Here, you can enjoy the peacefulness of nature. It's not unusual to see deer roaming around the town.
Shoshoni is a quiet little town in Freemont County with a population of around 650. Visitors and residents also enjoy the peace and quiet at the nearby Boysen Reservoir.
This peaceful little town was once known as the "Sheep Capital of the World." Cokeville was once a trading post and home to a ferry that ran across Smiths Fork. This small town is located in Lincoln County and has a population of around 500.
Artists, writers, musicians and photographers are drawn to Dubois because of its remote location and remarkable scenery. Dubois is a town in Freemont with a population of around 971 surrounded by the Wind River Valley.
6. Ten Sleep
Ten Sleep is a town of about 254 that lies in the Big Horn Basin along the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. How could a town associated with sleep not be quiet and peaceful? Ten Sleep was a rest stop for the Native Americans because it was 10 sleeps from Fort Laramie, Yellowstone National Park and the Stillwater River in Montana.
Centennial is a sleepy little town that was once filled with dreams of prosperity from the mining rushes. These dreams never really came to fruition and the town remains a quiet little town with a population of around 270 nestled at the foot of the Snowy Range.
Meeteetse is a quiet community with a population of around 300 located in Park County. Meeteetse, meaning "meeting place" in Shoshone, is a great place to get away from it all.
Hulett, with a population of around 400, is considered "The Best Little Town of the West." It's a great little town to enjoy a little time to yourself.
Pavillion is a town with a population of around 250 located in Fremont County. With all the open space, you can enjoy a lot of quiet time communing with nature.