WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU MOVE TO WYOMING    

HISTORY & CULTURE

The Lewis and Clark Expedition led by John Colter and Sacagawea reached Wyoming in 1807. The discovery of South Pass in 1812 allowed the Oregon Trail to continue.

VISIT YELLOWSTONE

This rugged territory got its start with cattle ranching, but eventually added tourism to its economy when the world’s first national park was established at Yellowstone.

CLIMATE

Wyoming's climate is generally semi-arid and continental, and is drier and windier in comparison to most of the United States with greater temperature extremes.

DRIVERS LICENSE

When it comes to updating your driver’s license, all you need to do is to present your current one along with other documents. You can take care of this at any local DMV.

REAL ESTATE

Wyoming homes are listed at an average price of $535,565 with the median price for sales at just above $130,702. For more information, check out the Wyoming Realtors Association.

MOVING & STORAGE

One of the secrets to successful relocation is working with a reputable company. Before your move to Wyoming, be sure to check with the US DOT or the FMSCA to make sure your mover is legitimate.

33 Fun Things to Do in Wyoming

There are so many cool, hidden, and unusual things to do in Wyoming, but we only had room for 33! Check out this article by Atlas Obscura for some fun things to do.

2018 Best Places to Live in Wyoming

Explore the best towns and cities to live in Wyoming based on factors such as crime, public schools, cost of living, job opportunities, and local amenities.

Visit Yellowstone Nat'l Park

Marvel at a volcano’s power rising up in colorful hot springs and geysers. Explore mountains, forests, and lakes to watch wildlife and witness the natural world.