Wyoming Facts

Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming

Introduction - Wyoming

The state of Wyoming is located in the West region of the United States and is bordered by the six states of Montana, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, South Dakota and Idaho. Wyoming is a state where multiple towering mountain ranges, part of the Rocky Mountains, make up one of three geographical land types. Other land types include the relatively flat lands of the Great Plains and the Intermontane Basins. When traveling to this state, some famous landmarks to see include Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Old Faithful Geyser, Flaming Gorge and Jackson Hole. Below are lists of interesting facts, written for kids and adults, about Wyoming. This information includes when Wyoming became a state and what the capital is.

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