Well, it is that time of year again. Time to wrap up my summer of van life. This summer I spent six weeks on the road, most of it in Wyoming. I really love Wyoming. It is such a hidden gem. It’s hard to believe it has the lowest population of the 50 states. That’s probably why I like it because you get to enjoy the solitude of nature!
Small Towns in Wyoming
I spent the majority of my time in Buffalo, Lovell, and Jackson Hole with a short stint in Red Lodge, Montana, a few days in Cody and Ten Sleep, a day near Pinedale, and a day near Saratoga. I also enjoyed a brief bit in Denver seeing my family and friends. I drove nearly 5,00 miles, though probably only about half of that was in Wyoming.
I failed to snap my token state sign in costume, but that gives me a reason to go back. I already have some places for next year as a pit stop to and from Canada.
Of the small towns I visited in Wyoming, I preferred Buffalo. I loved its quaint downtown, colorful history, the size of the city, and the plethora of outdoor opportunities. It really stood out above all the other towns except Red Lodge, Montana, which I have previously visited.TAKE A DRIVE!