Rent to Own Homes near Wyoming

Top Reasons Why Wyoming is a perfect place to buy a Rent to Own

  • Yellowstone! Wyoming is home to the majority of Yellowstone National Park, one of the world's most beautiful public parks. At Yellowstone, visitors can hike, birdwatch, picnic, ride horses, fish, and much, much more. The eastern gateway to Yellowstone is Cody, WY, a town founded by William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Cody is a great family town with a thriving community of businesses, and restaurants.
  • The Big Horn Mountains! The Big Horn Mountains are located in Northern Wyoming, halfway between Mt. Rushmore and Yellowstone National Park. The area is a paradise for anyone who loves outdoor recreation, as the mountains boast nearly 30 campgrounds, 10 picnic areas, 8 lodges, and countless streams, trails, and reservoirs.
  • The true Western experience! Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, was named the country's Number One "True Western Town" by True West Magazine in 2008. It's a great city to visit to get a feel for the Wild Wild West, and it's host to Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world's largest outdoor Western and rodeo celebration. Cheyenne is also one of the state's most livable towns filled with apartments, rent to own homes, and property to build on in a wide price range.

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Top 12 Reasons to Live in Wyoming

  • Ski at Jackson Hole! Jackson Hole, WY is a famous tourist destination where vacationers come to ski and explore the outdoors. In fact, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has one of the lowest base elevations of any ski area in the Rocky Mountains. The town has a storied relationship with Hollywood, as well. People say it's where John Wayne first rode a horse, and it's the spot where a whole host of movies were filmed, including Django Unchained and Rocky IV.
  • Great small-town living! Lander, WY was recently named of the West's Twenty Best Small towns by Sunset magazine. Lander is home to the Wyoming State Winter Fair every March and the Pioneer Days Rodeo and Parade in July. It has lots of opportunities for recreation, but it's also a great place to live. Lander residents can find a great selection of beautiful places to call home, like rent to own houses or single-family homes, most of which offer stunning views of the Western landscape.
  • Higher learning! The University of Wyoming is located in Laramie, WY. It has the largest single scholarship endowment for study abroad support in the entire country. Students can choose to study abroad for a semester or an entire year.
  • Delicious food! Teton Village, WY is home to Couloir - one of the best restaurants in the entire American West. Once featured on popular television show Food Paradise, Couloir has received countless accolades - including winning the title of "Place to Eat in Jackson Hole" from Food and Wine Magazine and landing a spot on the Conde Nast "Hot Tables" list.
  • The Cowboy Carosel! Buffalo, WY is home to the historic Cowboy Carousel, manufactured in 1925 by Spillman Engineering. For 63 years, it amused visitors in Ocean City, NJ, but today, it runs in Wyoming, alongside the Cloud Peak Ferris Wheel, where you can get a glimpse of the surrounding Bighorn Mountains.
  • One of America's best bars! Hudson, WY is home to one of America's best bars (according to Esquire Magazine) - the Union Bar & Grill. The Union Bar is an anomaly in the very conservative area, as it has become the largest collection of Jimmy Carter memorabilia west of Georgia. In addition to political souvenirs, it's chock full of taxidermy, and right down the street from Svilars' - one of the state's most celebrated family-owned steakhouses.
  • An unbelievable water park! The Country Inn and Suites in Gillette, WY is unlike any other in the world, and that's because it's home to a huge indoor water park, which includes a playground and two giant water slides. Gillette is also home to the Rockpile Museum, a great place to learn about local history.
  • Extremely livable locales! Pinedale, WY has been called one of the state's most livable towns. Although it's small, the town is home to some of the country's top public elementary, middle and high schools. Property there is affordable - you can get a ton of land for a little money, and you can choose to rent, rent to own, or buy.
  • Historic battle sites! Northeast Wyoming is home to the Connor Battlefield Historic Site - the location of a battle between local Arapahoe natives and American troops in 1865. The Arapahoes fought back and eventually forced the soldiers to withdraw. Today, the site is home to a playground, camping sites, picnic facilities, and great fishing in the Tongue River. The battlefield is close to Sheridan, where you can visit the historic Sheridan Inn, a National Historic Landmark that once hosted Buffalo Bill and Will Rogers.