This Is The Most Hippie Town In Wyoming And You Need To Visit

Wyoming towns tend to be straight outta the Old West, complete with cowboy saloons, plenty of log structures, and hitchin’ posts in front of many public buildings. However, there’s one town that is so atypical of the Cowboy State it personifies free spirits and forward-thinking.

Saratoga is pretty much the most hippie town in Wyoming, and there are numerous reasons you’ll want to plan a visit. Filled with laid-back, friendly faces, unique places to stay, eat, and shop, you won’t mind a bit that much of this little town seems to be stuck in the ’60s.

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Have you visited Saratoga?

What other Wyoming towns strike you as being stuck in another era?