In the search for assisted living, Wyoming should be at the top of the list for anyone seeking a quiet retirement surrounded by spectacular scenery and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
“Big Wyoming” is actually the least populous U.S. state, with roughly the same amount of total residents as the country’s 30th most populous city — the metro area of Wyoming’s capital and largest city, Cheyenne, has only around 86,000 people. It’s the vastness of the state’s landscape, rather, that earns Wyoming its nickname and draws millions of tourists every year. Yellowstone National Park, established in 1872 and known for both its wildlife and its size, is the country’s first national park and Wyoming’s most prominent attraction. Also in the state’s northeastern region are the jagged peaks of Grand Teton National Park and the valley known as Jackson Hole. Wyoming’s other natural wonders include the Devils Tower and Fossil Butte national monuments, along with several subranges of the Rockies such as the Granite Mountains, the Bighorn Mountains, and the Laramie Mountains.
Currently, A Place for Mom partners with 12 senior living communities in Wyoming that provide assisted living.
The median monthly cost of assisted living in Wyoming is about $4,700.
Please enter a valid email address.