With a rich history, outdoor adventure, culture, and agriculture roots, Laramie offers a unique lifestyle. Located in southeastern Wyoming, Laramie has a population of 30,816 providing a neighborly atmosphere and warm small town feel with all of the amenities and entertainment.
Laramie sits at 7,200 feet above sea level surrounded by the Snowy Range Mountains, Vedauwoo, and the Medicine Bow National Forest offering beautiful scenery with an abundant amount of outdoor activities. Laramie has outdoor adventures all year long with cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter and hiking and fishing in the summer.
As the home of the only four year university in Wyoming, the University of Wyoming, Laramie offers a wide range of sporting events and cultural opportunities to please all crowds.
Our beautiful historic downtown is full of unique shopping, coffee shops, and local restaurants. Check out the downtown buildings for artistic murals by local artists. As you wonder the historic downtown, you can still relive our rich history. In Laramie in 1870, Louisa Swain became the world’s first woman voter. Visit the Wyoming Territorial Prison and Ivinson Mansion to learn about the tent railroad town Laramie once was.
Laramie is a bustling town with technology, academia, industry, and agriculture making it a unique mix of residents. Laramie has a little bit of everything for whatever adventure or lifestyle you are looking for.