Finding Apartments for Rent in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne, Wyoming is a city with a lot of history. Founded in 1867, it got its name from the Cheyenne Indian tribe. The word, "Cheyenne" is a Sioux Indian word means "people of foreign language." It is a name the Sioux Indians gave to the Dzitsistes Indian tribe. Cheyenne is 90 miles north of Denver, Colorado. It has approximately 59,466 people and is the capital of the state of Wyoming. It's easy to find rentals in Cheyenne and surrounding areas as it is so close to a major metropolitan area like Denver.
When looking for an apartment around Cheyenne, Wyoming, if you are unable to find something that fits your needs, don't be dissuaded from looking just outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming as well. With I-25 and I-80, you have great interstates to commute into Cheyenne. You can easily use the interstates and get where you need to go within a few minutes on all but the most extreme bad weather days.
Top Neighborhoods in Cheyenne, WY
The best neighborhoods in Cheyenne, Wyoming are north and east of the intersection of I-25 and I-80. Neighborhoods include All America and Imperial Heritage, Imperial Valley and The Pointe, and The Ranch North and Yellowstone Village. Any neighborhood is great to live in Cheyenne, so you should be able to find a good place for rent in Cheyenne.
Cultural Attractions in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne has a number of cultural attractions including the Art Design and Dine Art Tour, Cheyenne Civic Concert Band, Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, and Wyoming Arts Council Gallery. Every July Cheyenne, Wyoming hosts Cheyenne Frontier Days. Cheyenne Frontier Days is the world's largest western celebration and rodeo that has been running since 1897. Called "the daddy of them all," Frontier Days brings in visitors from all over the United States and the world.
Shopping in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne, Wyoming has many small businesses as well as Frontier Mall which boasts department stores such as Dillards, Sears, and J.C. Penney. If you're looking for something more western, you can check out Cowgirls of the West, All Wild & Western, Happy Jack's, and Manitou Galleries. Cheyenne has big box stores such as Kohl's, Sam's Club, and Wal-mart.
Just across the Wyoming border into Colorado are the Outlets in Longmont Colorado. There you can find more shopping choices should you not be able to find what you're looking for in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Sports in Cheyenne, WY
Sports teams in Cheyenne, Wyoming include the Cheyenne Stampede Western States Hockey League, the Cheyenne Grizzlies Collegiate Baseball, and the Cheyenne Capidolls Roller Derby. Other places you can check out include the Little America Golf Course, the Airport Golf Club, Big Country Speedway, F.E. Warren AFB Golf Club, and the Frontier Park Tennis Club.
Transportation Options in Cheyenne, WY
The transit system of Cheyenne, Wyoming consists Cheyenne Transit Program. Most transportation is geared toward automobiles and you'll have no problem catching a cab. The main airport is the Cheyenne Regional Airport. Airlines include Great Lakes Airline and Key Lime Air.
Weather in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne, Wyoming gets an average of 15.2 inches of rain every year. It gets about 55.2 inches of snow on average each year. Its average temperature is 45.6 degrees Fahrenheit with an average max temperature of 58.0 degrees Fahrenheit and and an average min temperature of 33.2 degrees Fahrenheit. The average high temperature in August is 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The average low temperature in January is 15.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Cheyenne is known for being extremely windy as it is on the high plains. The average annual relative humidity is 59 percent.View Apartments in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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