Wyoming is often associated with ghost towns and teeny, tiny cities with single-digit populations, but the thing about having so much space and so few people is that there’s plenty of room for growth.

In fact, when Forbes named the small U.S. towns that are the fastest growing, Wyoming cities made up one-quarter of the list. With gorgeous scenery everywhere you look, a ready and willing workforce, and the fact that Wyoming doesn’t have a state income tax as incentives, it’s no wonder big businesses and entrepreneurs alike are attracted to the Cowboy State.

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What other small Wyoming towns are growing at a surprising rate?

Many of our towns have more to offer than people realize, but it’s a secret that’s slipping out. In fact, this little Wyoming town was named among the coolest in the entire nation.

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