Wyoming Map

Appealing and informative this Wyoming Map is a handy reference tool. It is etched with placements of cities, state boundaries and intricate road systems. Urban concentrations like State capitol Cheyenne and Casper are drawn out separately on insets. The Great plains meet the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming. Other terrain features like rivers, plateau, mountains and peaks are depicted with clarity and captioned. Insets of YellowStone National Park and the Grand Teton National Park bring out the varied topography and layout of these areas. Other features of the map include two indices and a distance chart.

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Wyoming was the first state in the United States of America to grant Women the right to vote and also welcomed the participation of women in active politics.

Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Wyoming Map is a high quality image of the urban layout of the state. Boundaries with other states are demarcated with contrasting contour. All primary and secondary cities and towns are named in their true location for easy understanding.

Highlighted box frames indicate placements of major settlements which are elaborated in separate insets. City insets of state capital Cheyenne and the second largest city Casper are complete with latest street information and accurate landmark locations. Numbered highways, airport locations, military installation and recreational areas are other details that are included in the map.

The physical landscape is depicted with attractive imagery and variation in color. Mountain ranges, plateaus, significant water bodies, mountain peaks, forestlands, national parks and State parks can be placed on the frame with ease. Two separate frames draw out the detail layout of YellowStone National Park and the Grand Teton National Park.

The map is furnished with an elaborate key table, two elaborate indices, one of cities/ towns and the other showing counties. A driving distance chart marked in miles, miniature map of the United States pinpointing the placement of Wyoming along and a digitized flag of the State are other interesting details of the map. This informative and attractive visual display of the State is a great reference tool and can be used resourcefully in schools, homes and offices.

  • Location on the map

    The state of Wyoming is located in the western part of the United States and falls under the mountain region. South Dakota and Nebraska can be placed on the east. Montana borders the state to the north. Colorado and Utah border Wyoming from the south and southeast respectively. Idaho and a part of Montana can be placed on the western side of the state.

  • Region Location on Wyoming Map

    According to the USCB the State of Wyoming is located in Western part of the United States in Mountain region division 8. Other states located in this division are Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Nevada and New Mexico.

  • Counties in Wyoming

    Wyoming has 23 Counties. Laramie County is the most populous county of the state whereas Sweetwater County is the largest in terms of land area.

  • Time Zone in Wyoming

    Wyoming falls under the Mountain Time Zone and observes the Mountain Standard Time (MST) which is 7 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.

  • Zip Code of Wyoming

    The Range of Zip codes in Wyoming is from 82001-83414.

Urban Information

Wyoming is the second most sparsely populated states of The US but the 10th largest in terms of area. The State houses two national parks namely the Yellowstone National park and the Grand Teton National Park. It also owns two national recreational sites, two national monuments, many national forests, historic sites and wildlife refuge. Oil and Gas production along with tourism anchors the state’s economy. The institutes of higher education of the state include University of Wyoming and Wyoming Catholic College. National highways, interstate highways and state highways are numbered and color coded. Military areas, airports, recreational areas and points of interest are also indicated for quick reference.

Major cities of Wyoming

The map feature includes four informative insets. Two depict major urban settlements of Cheyenne and Casper whereas the other two depict the two national parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Each frame is complete with latest street information, military installation, rail routes and airports. Accurate locations of landmarks, notable architecture, historical sites, utility and civic centers are indicated with clarity. Important terrain features are easily recognizable in each frame with specified symbols elaborated in the legend.

  • Cheyenne City Inset

    Cheyenne is the capital city of Wyoming. It is the seat of Laramie County and the largest city of the state. The city was named after the famous American tribe of Cheyenne, one of the indigenous tribes of the Great Plains. The city is located on the Crow Creek and Dry Creek.. State parks, botanical gardens, lakes, museums, art centers, tourist locations, universities and points of interest can be placed easily on the frame.

    Landmarks of the city include Wyoming State Capitol, F.E. Warren Airforce Base and Nagle Warren Mansion. The city is served by Cheyenne Regional Airport, railroads and Interstate highway 25 and 80 along with US Route 30, 85 and 87.All highways are numbered for quick reference.

  • Casper City Inset

    The “Old City” of Casper is the second largest city of the state. It is the seat of Natrona county. The city is geographically located in east-central Wyoming at the foothills of Casper Mountains along the North Platte River. The city is the regional center for banking and commerce. Points of interest in the city include Fort Caspar Museum and Historic site, Werner Wildlife Museum, Art Centers, parks, Veterans Memorial Museum and Historic Bishop House. Elaborate transportations networks of the city include Interstate highways 25 , US Route 20, 26 and 87 along with a number of state highways. The city is served with the Casper/Natrona International Airport which can be easily located on the frame.

  • Yellowstone National Park Inset

    Yellowstone National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the United State and the first National park of the world. Most of the park area is located within the state of Wyoming whereas some parts of the park extend to the state of Idaho and Montana. Important features of the park are Old Faithful geyser, South Central Rockies Forests, Yellowstone lake and the Yellowstone Caldera, the largest super volcano on the continent. Yellowstone ranks amongst the most popular national parks of the US and offers many recreational activities. The Park entirely falls under the legal jurisdiction of Wyoming State.

  • The Grand Teton National Inset

    Grand Teton is located in northwestern Wyoming and holds major peaks of the Teton Ranges as well as parts of the Jackson Hole Valley. The Grand Teton national park is named after the Grand Teton which is the tallest mountain in the Teton ranges. Some of the major water bodies of the region include Jackson Lake, Two Oceans Lake, Blake Solitude and the upper main stream of the Snake River. Points of interest within the park include Jedediah Smith Wilderness, Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Teton wilderness, Gros Venter Wilderness, Bridger- Teton National Forest. The Park offers a wide range of recreational activities like mountaineering, hiking and camping.

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SKU globeturner-GT072_ST_WY_16-1
Size 16.75 x 15.25 in
Publication Date 2016
Publisher Name Globe Turner
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